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Parks and Trails Update:

Getting outside and recreating is essential to staying healthy during this time. While the Columbia Falls’ parks and trails remain open during the COVID-19 outbreak, we ask that you follow the personal hygiene guidelines prior to heading to trails – wash hands, carry hand sanitizer, do not use trails or parks if you have symptoms, cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Observe the minimum recommended social distancing of six feet from other people. You are discouraged from using playgrounds as they are not cleaned and disinfected at this time. The tennis, pickleball and basketball courts are open as you bring your own equipment – maintain distancing and please pick up your trash.

Columbia Falls has a wide array of park properties to enjoy, each with a unique set of facilities and terrain.

Our largest park, River’s Edge Park, lies on the banks of the Flathead River, just off of 3rd Avenue East and 5th Street East. Follow the signs. River’s Edge is home to our new Family Fishing Pond, open to anglers of all ages. The park has walking paths to the Flathead River and 27 acres of beautiful, quiet grassy meadows. River’s Edge Park is also the home for the Columbia Falls Community Garden. There is over 900′ of river frontage to view and walk along.

Rivers Edge Park

 

 

 

 

 

Pinewood Family Aquatic Center and Park – A nicely treed park with picnic tables, a basketball court, a play area for children and our city public pool. Pinewood Park is located at 925 4th Avenue West. The City Pool will be opening Monday, June 10, 2019 and closing mid August.

Columbus Park features a regulation full court basketball court (with lines for pickleball), swingset/play area  and four tennis courts. It is located at 219 3rd Street East. When the High School tennis season is over, one of the courts is converted to Volleyball. Click on the Columbus Park link for information on Pickleball.

Falls Park is a relaxing “sitting park” with a seasonal cascade of water from the “falls” and a small picnic area, located next to Glacier Bank on Nucleus Avenue.

Fenholt Park is one of three baseball facilities in town. This well-shaded facility includes an extensive playground area and is located at the corner of 9th Street East and 3rd Avenue East.

The other two city-owned baseball fields are Railroad Street Field (at 4th Avenue EN and Railroad Street) and Hoerner Park (at 720 12th Street West across from the high school).

Horine Park features youth and high school soccer fields and a play area, as well as a skateboard ramp. It surrounds the City Water building between Talbot Road and Beth Road (the address is 11 Beth Road).

Marantette Park features the Don Lawrence Amphitheater, a picnic pavilion with built in barbeque, the Veterans Wall and a large playground area There are several  small picnic areas. It is located at 233 13th Street East.

Wildcat Park is located at 1220 Talbot Road, along the Talbot Road hike/bike trail.

Riverbend Estates Park is located at 82 Hidden Cedar Loop, near the Flathead River, and has a playground area and picnic area.

Interested in renting a park facility for an event?

Visit our park facility rental/use permit page.

CITY POOL INFORMATION
The pool is scheduled to open in June and close mid- August.The City is committed to providing the community a fun, safe environment at a reasonable, equitable cost. 
 See form below for daily use fees as well as seasonal swim pass information and swim lesson information.

POOL SCHEDULE – Check back for updates