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Fruitland Parks

Mesa Park at 1200 N Pennsylvania Avenue is primarily a sports facility featuring softball fields, tennis courts, basketball court, picnic shelter, concession stand and restroom facilities. Mesa Park is home to the Payette County Recreation District that provides a variety of recreational opportunities.

Swire Park is a small neighborhood park donated by the Swire Pacific Holdings and is adjacent to the Swire Coca Cola Bottling Company.

Crestview Park at 805 SW 8th Street is a neighborhood park that offers a play area, splash pad, restrooms, and covered shelter. Future plans are to incorporate a trail to the Snake River, a skate park, benches, trees and additional restroom facilities.

Fruitland Community Park at 505 SW 3rd Street is nestled downtown and was originally the site of the first public school in Fruitland. The structure at the entrance of the park is modeled after the original bell tower that served the first school building. The park received a major reconstruction in the late 1990's. Amenities include a play area, splash pad, two gazebos, horseshoe pits, picnic tables, benches and restroom facilities.

 

Payette River Sports Complex at 1400 NW 6th Avenue is a developing park adjacent to the city's water treatment plan. Amenities include open areas for active recreation, playground area, restroom facilities, covered shelter, and picnic tables. Future amenities will include soccer goals and benches.