Facility Reservations

(A 2.5% non-refundable convenience fee, minimum of $1.00, will be added for online credit or debit payments.)

Your online reservation is for use of the park structure ONLY. There are fees associated with amusement equipment, food vendors, amplified sound, and the need for vehicle/gate access. Water feature amusement equipment is not allowed in the parks. In addition, per city ordinance, commercial activity of any kind is not allowed on public property. 
Please call our office at 208-769-2252 if you have questions or need more information.

Planning a group picnic or family reunion? Or perhaps a wedding reception or special event?  

You can reserve covered picnic shelters, City Park BandshellRiverstone Amphitheater, or the McEuen Avista Pavilion for a special event through the Parks Department; below is a list of all parks with picnic shelters that may be reserved. 

The Centennial Trail and the Prairie Trail are also available for special events. A reservation fee and Facility Use Permit are required for the reservation of facilities. 

Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis through this website, or at the Parks Department Office at 710 E. Mullan Avenue. 


(Upon report of no damages or additional fees to be assessed, your deposit will be refunded back to the credit/debit card used for your transaction.)


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The following parks have covered picnic shelters that can be reserved.

Bluegrass Park

Coeur d'Alene City Park

G.O. Phippeny Park

Landings Park

McEuen Park

Ramsey Park

Riverstone Park

 

 Other parks with picnic shelters available on a first come first serve basis:

Johnson Mill River, North Pines, Shadduck, Sunset Park, Sunshine Meadows and Winton

For further information please contact the Parks Department at (208) 769-2252 or parks@cdaid.org  

For your safety and the safety of others, dogs, vehicles, alcohol, overnight camping, and glass containers are not allowed in Coeur d’Alene’s parks.

Dogs are allowed at Central Bark Dog Park,  Cherry Hill Dog Park, and McEuen Dog Park.  They are allowed on leash on Tubbs Hill, Canfield Mountain Natural Area, the Prairie Trail, and the Centennial Trail.

For reservation and scheduling of ball fields, contact the city’s Recreation Department (208) 769-2250.