Restrooms

JD2 Restroom

Boise Parks and Recreation is responsible for the maintenance of 63 restrooms at 51 park sites throughout the city.  We take pride in our work and do our best to keep the restrooms clean and free of vandalism.

The process of opening and closing restrooms can take several weeks.  In a typical year, crews begin closing restroom facilities and turning off drinking fountains in mid-October when temperatures start to drop.  In April when the weather warms up, we start the process to reopen the restrooms for the spring and summer.

At some parks, the restrooms are winterized and remain open year round.  In high use areas and sports fields without permanent facilities, we provide portable restrooms.

Restrooms which remain open year round:

  • Ann Morrison Park (near the playground)
  • Boise River Greenbelt (near Lander Street)
  • Camel's Back Park
  • Esther Simplot Park
  • Fort Boise Park
  • Hobble Creek Park
  • Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve
  • Julia Davis Park (Agriculture Pavilion)
  • Kathryn Albertson Park (main parking lot)
  • Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park (shelter)
  • Marianne Williams Park
  • Morris Hill Park
  • Oregon Trail Reserve
  • Parkcenter Park
  • Shoreline Park
  • Terry Day Park
  • Veterans Memorial Park

Portable restrooms provided through the winter:

  • Baggley Park
  • Boise River Park
  • Borah Park
  • Cassia Park
  • Charles F. McDevitt Youth Sports Complex
  • Fairmont Park
  • Ivywild Park
  • Julia Davis Park
  • Liberty Park
  • Military Reserve Archery Range/Dog Off Leash Area
  • Optimist Youth Sports Complex
  • Peppermint Park
  • Pine Grove Park
  • Redwood Park
  • Rhodes Park
  • Quarry View Park
  • Winstead Park

Sports Complex restrooms open through end of league seasons:

  • Optimist Youth Sports Complex
  • Simplot Sports Complex