Location: At the site of the existing Rodeo Grounds and Skatepark.
About This Park: Working with its Parks & Lands Board, the Sawtooth Rangers, Hailey Ice and other volunteer groups, the City of Hailey, owner of the Rodeo Grounds and the Hailey Skatepark, has adopted a Master Plan for the entire rodeo grounds property that creates diverse year-round recreational activities for all ages in our community.
To read frequently asked questions about the $6 million project, click here.
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Design of all site facilities is preliminary and subject to revision by the City of Hailey and Ruscitto/Latham/Blanton as development of the project and its components progresses.
Location: This non-motorized, diverse use trail runs for two miles along the foothills east of the Woodside Subdivision.
About This Trail: As the valley floor becomes more developed, more residents seek nearby recreation in the undeveloped hillside lands that border Hailey. The Toe of the Hill Trail is a maintained, wilderness-type trail open to pedestrian, bicycle, equestrian and canine use.
Location: Main Street at the Post Office Traffic Signal, next to the Rodeo Grounds.
About This Park: The original park was completed in 2002, thanks to an independent fund raising committee and a generous community. The Hailey Skate Park - built by Dreamland Skateparks - challenges even the most experienced and daring skaters. As a part of the rodeo park project the skatepark was expanded in 2011 by Dreamland Skateparks to include a street skating element.
Location: At the four-way stop in the middle of town, go west on Bullion. Drop down the hill, and the park is on your right.
Size: 4.3 acres
About This Park: Named after a former city councilman, this park has the largest play structure of any park in town (funded and built completely by volunteers). Hop Porter Park also has a large covered group pavilion with a BBQ, individual picnic areas, and restroom facilities. This park is popular for both Special Events and family get-togethers.
Location: Della View Subdivision, along War Eagle Drive.
Size: 3.5 acres
About This Park: Named after a former Hailey mayor, Lawrence Heagle Park is known for its beauty and proximity to the Big Wood River. This park is the most popular park for weddings. The park has a covered group pavilion, individual picnic areas, restroom facilities, tennis/basketball courts, and play area. Riverside Pond is located nearby.
Location: Main Street on the south end of town, between 3rd and 4th Avenue.
Size: 2.5 acres
About This Park: Named after local legend Roberta McKercher, this park is most popular for Special Events where visibility is important, and also for sports. Soccer is an often-seen activity here, and in the winter the park is converted into an ice rink for local skaters. Roberta McKercher park has a large open grassy area, individual picnic areas, and an RV dumpstation, open seasonally.
Location: Curtis Subdivision in East Hailey. Bounded by Carbonate St., Bullion St., and 7th Avenue.
Size: 2.5 acres
About This Park: A quiet, neighborhood park; beautiful in the fall.
Location: Deerfield Subdivision in East Hailey. Access from Eastridge Drive or Chestnut St.
Size: 3.3 acres
About This Park: A neighborhood park, Deerfield Park has a play structure and individual picnic areas.
Location: Foxmoor Subdivision near Wood River High School. Access from Eastridge Drive.
Size: 1.3 acres
About This Park: A neighborhood park, Foxmoor Park has a play structure and individual picnic areas.
Location: At the four-way stop in the middle of town, go west on Bullion. Drop down the hill, cross the river, and the drive into the park is on your left.
Size: 3 acres
About This Park: The Lions Club built the ballfield in this park. Primarily used for organized softball games, this park is also sometimes used for family get-togethers.
Location: Central Woodside Subdivision, at the intersection of Laurelwood and Moonlight Drive.
Size: 8.6 acres
About This Park: Keefer Park is Hailey's newest park, and also the city's largest. Park amenities include restroom facilities, a soccer/rugby field, softball field, basketball courts, a pavilion, and a play structure. In the planning stage are individual picnic areas, a plaza, xeriscape gardens and public art.
Location: Central Woodside Subdivision, at the corner of Briarwood and Laurelwood Dr. along the Wood River bike path.
Size: 2.4 acres
About This Park: Balmoral Park was built by the Balmoral Apartments developer and dedicated it to the city in 2003. The park has an adjacent parking area and a half-court basketball court.
Location: Old Cutters Subdivision at the corner of Cutters Dr. & Badger Ln.
Size: 5.1 acres
About This Park: Old Cutters Park was built by the Old Cutters Subdivision developer and dedicated to the city in 2011. The park has adjacent parking, bathroom, pavilion and playground equipment.