Hobble Creek Park

6050 N PARK MEADOW WAY

HOBBLE CREEK AERIAL

Hobble Creek Park is a 21-acre community park located in West Boise adjacent to the West YMCA near Eagle Road and Chinden Boulevard.

The park features a wide array of amenities, including tennis courts, a volleyball court, sports fields, restrooms, three covered shelters and a playground named in honor of slain Boise Police Officer Mark Stall.

The park was built in partnership with the Brighton Corporation, developers of the nearby Hobble Creek subdivision. 

A .58-mile pathway circles the park and provides a healthy recreational activity for nearby residents and park visitors.

2-5 Playground

Swingsets: yes
Age group: 2-5

The playground surface is wood chips.

5-12 Playground

Swingsets: yes
Age group: 5-12

Mark Stall Memorial Playground

hobblecreekplayground.jpgAge appropriate for 2-5 year olds as well as an additional area for ages 5-12. The playground was created in memory of slain Boise Police officer Mark Stall in 2000. The playground was developed using $100,000 in impact fees and $15,000 from the city's general fund, which was approved by the Mayor and City Council. The Boise Parks and Recreation Department worked with the Brighton Corporation (developers of Hobble Creek subdivision) to construct the playground, which saved the city $40,000. The city staff also consulted with members of the Stall family on the design and layout of the site, which features a plaza, benches, trees, the playground equipment, and a plaque in memory of Mark Stall. Set in the plaza around the memorial are seven plaques with the words that characterized the principles of Officer Stall: integrity, liberty, respect, peace, justice, dignity and equality. Officer Stall was the first officer in history of the department to be killed in the line of duty. He died September 20, 1997. The playground surface is wood chips. 

Little League

Number of Little League fields: 2
Turf Type: Dirt

Fields are scheduled through local little league organizations and may be available on a drop-in basis (first-come, first-serve) during little league season.  League practice is not able to be scheduled.

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/.

Places to Walk

Download a map of the walking paths and distances in this park.

The walking map sign located in the park was created through a partnership with SelectHealth and Let's Move Boise.

Public Art

Zephyrus by Amber Conger. Inspired by a ship's mast & billowing sails, this giant whimsical weather vane will point the direction that the wind is blowing and add a touch of fanciful imagination to the park. Colorful, fun, & a lesson in natural weather patterns, this unique piece is pure imagination come to life.  It also features a wind speed indicator; near the top of the mast.

Learn more about the public art piece.

Restrooms

Restrooms at this park are open year around.

Sports Fields

The Boise Parks and Recreation Department offers sports fields that can be reserved for sports clinics, camps, tournaments and league games at this location.

For other activities including practices or scrimmages, sports fields can be used by simply dropping in first come, first served. 

If you are interested in reserving a sports field, please visit Sports Fields webpage for general information and application.

Tennis

Number of Tennis courts: 2

Tennis courts may be reserved by contacting:
Boise Parks and Recreation
(208) 608-7680

One court must be open for public use at all times.

View our Rules & Regulations for Tennis Court Use

Volleyball

Number of Volleyball courts: 1

One sand volleyball court is available at a first-come, first-serve basis.

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.