|Staff||Kim Ingraham – Coordinator||208-286-7247|
|Fly fishing instruction with Jack Gardner
and Bob McCurry (not pictured)
|Star River Walk Improvements|
We, the City of Star Parks and Recreation committee members are dedicated to providing and preserving the highest quality of parks and services for as many citizens as possible with the resources available.
Star offers a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities for all ages. The Star River Walk along the Boise river is scenic location minutes from downtown. Picnic spots and other free activities are planned there this summer.
For more information on our recreational activities go here.
Star also has several excellent parks. Blake Park across from star's only school is great open space to throw a Frisbee and play horseshoes. A play gym bathrooms and stage are there as well. Westpointe Dog Park where Star Rd and Floating Feather meet is a great place to meet some canine pals. Everything you need for his/her play date is there. Star's newest acquisition to it's park system is Hunters Creek, across the street from Westpointe Park. This 17 acres will be home to our ever growing youth and adult activities as well as a great spot for unorganized recreation. There are 2 baseball/softball fields, proposed 3 large soccer fields and plenty of parking.
For more information on our parks go here.
Current Parks and Pathways
- Blake Park (11225 W. Blake Dr)
- Star River Walk (1000 S. Main St)
- Westpointe Park (Dogs welcome) (1641 N. Spring Hollow Way)
- Hunters Creek (corner of Star Rd and Floating Feather)
If you are interested in volunteering, or would like to inquire about upcoming events, please contact Kim.
- General Registration and Release Form
- Star Parks Questionaire
- Instructor Packet
- Volunteer Application