250 S Marden Lane
A 19.4-acre community park, Warm Springs Park is located
adjacent to Warm Springs Golf Course. The undeveloped park provides
valuable wildlife habitat and vegetation in a wetlands demonstration
area. The park also features a segment of paved Greenbelt
pathway and a spur to the Baybrook Court foot bridge across the
A pathway and interpretive signs rim a pond and wetlands planted
with native vegetation. The wetlands project was funded, in part,
by the Rotary Club of Boise.
An accessible restroom with a drinking fountain was opened in
2008 to serve golfers and Greenbelt users in the area. The restroom
features a wildflower mural mural created by Reham Aarti-Jacobson
with funds provided through the public art program administered by
the Boise City Arts & History Department.
Parking for the site is available in a lot north of the park off
Marden Lane. The parking lot was built to serve the needs of park
& Greenbelt users, Adams Elementary School and the
This location provides opportunities to see birds and other
If you are interested in learning more about birding in Idaho
and the Idaho Birding Trail, see http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/ibt/
This park has parking spaces with Greenbelt access.
restroom features a wildflower mural mural created by Reham
Aarti-Jacobson with funds provided through the public art program
administered by the Boise City Arts & History Department.
List of flowers and
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.
Wetlands Demostration Site
Warm Springs Park is home to a wetlands that was developed in
2000 by Boise Parks & Recreation, Ada Soil & Water
Conservation District (ASCD) and other partners. The site has
become overgrown with vegetation. In February 2013, the department
began efforts to restore the site to its intended use as a wetlands
demonstration site and educational resource.
The first step was to remove excessive growth of woody
plants. Next, crews will burn the area before removing
remaining non-woody vegetation, stumps and detritus in the
The Department continues to work in partnership with the ASCD to
provide an educational destination as well as an enhanced and
diversified habitat for the animals and plants in both wetland and
upland environments. We'll post updates and photographs
periodically, so check back often to see what's new at this
wonderful little park.
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.