Peppermint Park

2030 S Sumpter Way

peppermint.jpgPeppermint Park is a 7-acre neighborhood park located next to Pepper Ridge Elementary School in Southwest Boise.

Park amenities include open space, trees, pathways, restroom and picnic shelter.

The restroom and shelter were funded by Mayor's Neighborhood Reinvestment Grants awarded to the Southwest Ada County Alliance. 

Initial development of the park was dedicated on Oct. 27, 2006 by Mayor David Bieter, Meridian School District Superintendent Linda Clark and neighbors and students at Pepper Ridge Elementary School. Development of the site was funded by West Bench Neighborhood Impact Fees levied on new home construction and allocated by the Mayor and City Council with input from a citizen committee.

 

2-5 Playground

Swingsets: yes
Age group: 2-5

peppplaygroundyoungThe playground was completed in May 2013 with sustainable tiles. The rubber playground tiles reduce maintenance costs and increase the play value of the playground.

5-12 Playground

Swingsets: yes
Age group: 5-12

peppplaygroundolderThey playground was completed in May 2013 with sustainable tiles. The rubber playground tiles reduce maintenance costs and increase the play value of the playground.

Adopt-A-Park

Logo.SummitChurchPeppermint Park has kindly been adopted by the Summit Church. The Summit Church is a unique blend of people: young, old, and everything in between. That are big enough to provide many needed ministries for the community in which we live, yet small enough to enable you to meet others and make friends.

The Adopt-A-Park program gives churches, civic organizations, local businesses, and other community groups the opportunity to adopt their neighborhood park. Adopting groups will commit to maintaining their park for a renewable one-year term, helping with things such as eradicating graffiti, picking up litter, filling mutt-mitt dispensers, painting site amenities, raking leaves, and mulching trees and planting beds. In exchange, the Department recognizes the group as the adopting agency via our website and signage at the park.

Visit here to learn more about our Adopt-A-Park program.

Basketball

Number of Basketball courts: 1

Open Play Areas

Open play areas are cut grass spaces that provide opportunities for healthy recreational activities for people of all ages.

Operating Hours

Park is open from sunrise to sunset.

Pickleball

There are 2 dual use pickleball courts available for use on the tennis courts at the park. For more information, visit http://boisepickleball.com/.

Public Art

Wonder Wall by Reham Aarti

Restrooms

Park restrooms are available at this park. Restrooms are now open. Park drinking fountains are now operational.

For a list of restrooms and portable restrooms that are available year around in parks and the reserves, click here.

Tennis

Number of Tennis courts: 2

Smoking Prohibition

Boise Smokefree Park SignSmoking is prohibited in all public parks, including within 20 feet of the Boise Greenbelt, except in designated areas within Ann Morrison and Julia Davis parks and city-owned golf courses.

NOTE: E-cigarettes are not prohibited under the ordinances.

Towing

Unauthorized vehicles will be towed at owner's risk and expense. Boise Valley Towing at (208) 389-9707.

Master Plan

A Master Plan is a concept drawing illustrating recreation facilities and landscape features planned for a park site.  It does not necessarily represent what amenities are currently in a park.