Parks

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Art Roberts Park
327 E Lake St., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.)


Art Roberts Park is a great place to relax & view Payette Lake. It features municipal docks, grassy slopes with picnic benches & a small sandy wading & swimming beach (at your own risk; there are no lifeguards). In addition to the spectacular view of the lake, Art Roberts Park is home to the first piece of public art in McCall—the five fun-loving bears. Art Roberts Park is located downtown, due north of 2nd St. There is parking along the street in front of the park, & also behind the City Hall/Library at the top of the 2nd St. hill. view photos (PDF)


Brown Park
1500 E. Lake St., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.)

Brown Park, the former location of the McCall Mill, is a great place for family outings. A shoreline path encompasses the picnic tables, public restrooms, benches & children’s playground facilities (provided by generous private donations & volunteer help).

Brown Park is located north of the corner of E Lake St. & Hemlock St., generally north along Payette Lake from the Sports Marina. There is no vehicle parking adjacent to the Park. Users should park along Hemlock St. & E Lake St. Please be courteous to the owners of property in the vicinity & avoid blocking narrow streets & driveways. view photos (PDF)

Centennial Plaza
905 N. 3rd St., McCall, ID. 83638

Located in downtown McCall, Centennial Plaza commemorates McCall's 100th anniversary as a community, established July 19th, 1911. This beautiful mosaic displays McCall's past historical events.Citizens or visitors can purchase a brick to celebrate, commemorate, or dedicate in honor of a loved one or a special event.

Davis Beach
590 Lick Creek Rd., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours Sunrise - Sunset)

Outside of the downtown area, Davis Beach is a quieter area favored by families & nearby cabin owners. Whether under the shade of scattered pine trees or basking in the sun, the sand & water offer many diverse activities for all ages. The swimming area is at your own risk; there are no lifeguards. There are also public restrooms & two docks, which are privately maintained & owned, but open to courteous public pedestrian use. Boat mooring is limited to the dock & cabin owners, whose predecessors constructed the docks before the park was deeded to the city. In addition, one of the city's domestic water pumping stations is at the far south end of this Park. Davis Beach Park is located at the west end of Diamond St. off Davis St. near Lick Creek Rd. Users should park in the municipal lot at the southeast corner of Lick Creek Rd. & Davis St., walk north along Davis St. & west on Diamond St. Please be courteous to the owners of property in the vicinity & avoid blocking narrow streets & driveways.

Disc Golf Course Nature Area
(Park Hours Sunrise- Sunset)

The 9-hole Disc Golf Course is a 10 acre Nature Area located just south of the McCall-Donnelly High School along the bike path.  The natural forested area and terrain makes this course moderate in difficulty but should appeal to novice and well versed players alike. Keep an eye out for the resident mule deer herd that likes to frequent the area.  If you're lucky you just might catch a peek!  Players can pick up a personal map at the Recreation Office on Deinhard or view an online pdf by clicking HERE .

Gold Glove Park

720 Fairway Dr., McCall, ID. 83638
(Park Hours 6 a.m.- 11 p.m.)

If you are looking to catch a local baseball game or play a friendly game of kickball, Gold Glove Park is the place to be. Sporting events are encouraged on these diamonds! The baseball diamonds of Gold Glove Park are located on the corner of Fairway Dr. & Davis Ave.

Harshman Skate Park & McCall Skills Pump Park

128 Idaho St., McCall, ID. 83638
(Park Hours Sunrise-Sunset)

The best skate park under the Salmon River Mountains. Thanks Tony Hawk Foundation! Harshman Skate Park features concrete bowls with coping, fun boxes, and plenty of ledges and rails to grind. A new pump park has been added for BMX riders or young riders fine tuning their mountain bike skills.

Historical Museum
124 W. Lake St., McCall, ID. 83638

(Open Wednesday- Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.)

The Historical Museum is an excellent place for recreation & learning. Along with the visitor’s center & heritage room, there are tours of the fire warden’s house at the Historical Museum. This site also contains an informational kiosk & day-use area with walking paths & picnic sites, public restrooms, several historical buildings & a used book space. Cultural tours of McCall leave from this location daily. Visit the Historical Museum's Website HERE The Historical Museum is located along W Lake St., with an entrance on State St. N. The parking lot is RV accessible.

Legacy Park
1120 E. Lake St., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.)

Near the downtown shopping area, Legacy Park is the premier central location for summer recreation. Amenities include a volleyball court, picnic tables for relaxation, an enclosed swimming area (at your own risk; there are no lifeguards), public restrooms & a public boat ramp for watercraft. Recently built with the proceeds of a bond sale, the Park is intended as a centerpiece of the community. Be careful of the landscaped areas where extensive vegetation is establishing itself.

Legacy Park is located downtown, at the bend north of Hotel McCall on E Lake St. There is a parking lot just east of the Park, with additional parking adjacent to E Lake St. & behind City Hall at the top of 2nd St. Please be courteous to the owners of businesses in the vicinity by avoiding use of parking in front of their places of business. view photos (PDF)

River Front Park
610 S. Mission, McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours 6 a.m. - 11p.m.)

Riverfont Park offers excellent opportunities for fishing along a scenic nature trail following the meanders of the North Fork Payette River. Located slightly off the beaten path, Riverfront Park receives less traffic than other parks with plenty of room to roam and catch a few fish.

Rotary Park
333 W. Lake St., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours 6 a.m. -11 p.m.)

With what began as a Rotary International Club improvement site, this park has become highly visible & noted for its aesthetic location on the lake. Rotary Park is great for families—the beach & playground facilities provide excellent recreational opportunities. There is a grassy patch, public restrooms, picnic tables & a swimming beach (at your own risk; there are no lifeguards). Rotary Park is located at the east end of Lardo Bridge, between Highway 55 & Payette Lake, where the N Fork Payette River exits the Lake at Lardo Bridge. There is a parking lot at the entrance to the Park.

Veteran's Memorial at Community Park
900 N. 3rd St., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.)

In commemoration of the McCall area veterans & those individuals who have served in the military, a war memorial & brick pathway is proudly positioned in Community Park. Located on the corner of the park & adjacent to the war memorial is the old McCall jail, which is currently being restored. Both landmarks are of historical & cultural significance to the people of McCall.Veteran's Memorial Park is located on the southwest corner of Lenora St. E & 3rd St., heading south towards Cascade. Parking can be found across the street in the Railroad Ave. public parking lot.

Wildhorse Park
708 Thompson Ave., McCall, ID. 83638

(Park Hours Sunrise-Sunset)

McCall's newest park and first sensory trail! Wild Horse Park is a small neighborhood pocket park featuring a native plant garden, wildlife habitat trees, and firewise landscaping. A great place to relax in the shade and take in all things wild.