Every Park in Meridian, Idaho

Meridian has been growing rapidly and new homes are being built on a constant basis. Even though a lot of land is being used to build new houses and subdivisions, developers and the City of Meridian are making sure to build a lot of green space into the community. Parks and fields add a touch of nature to the city and provide families with easy ways to get outside and be healthy. Meridian contains 21 parks within its city limits. Many more exist in the surrounding cities of Eagle, Boise, and Nampa. Here is a list of all of them broken into their different types. Make it a point to visit all of them throughout the year.

Regional parks

Meridian Settlers Park - 3245 N Meridian Road

Julius M. Kleiner Park -1900 Records Avenue (behind The Village)

Discovery Park - 2121 E Lake Hazel Road

Community Parks

Bear Creek Park -  2400 S Stoddard Road

Heroes Park - 3064 W Malta Drive

Fuller Park - 3761 W Park Creek Drive

Storey Park - 205 E Franklin Road

Tully Park - 2500 N Linder Road

Hillsdale Park - 5155 Howty Lane

Storey Bark Park (Off-leash dog park) - 430 E Watertower Lane

Neighborhood Parks

8th Street Park - 2235 NW 8th Street

Centennial Park - 223 E Idaho Avenue

Champion Park - 3430 N Troxel Way

Chateau Park 2640 W Chateau Drive

Gordon Harris Park - 2400 E Three Bars Drive

Renaissance Park - 4155 S Genoard Avenue

Seasons Park - 5300 W Ridgeside Street

Keith Bird Legacy Park - 3737 W Lost Rapids Drive

Reta Huskey Park - 2887 Tubac Drive

Mini Parks

Cox Monument - Intersection of Meridian Road and E Idaho Avenue

Fire Station #4 Park - 2515 S Eagle Road

Special Use Parks

City Hall Plaza - 33 E Broadway Avenue

Generations Plaza - 804 N Main Street

Sports Parks

Heritage Middle School Ballfields - 4990 N Meridian Road

Jabil Fields - 915 E Central Drive

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