Parks and Recreation

Chubbuck Parks

The City of Chubbuck Parks and Recreation Department is committed to provide our residents and visitors safe and well maintained parks.  we strive for diversity in our parks and recreational facilities.  With Strategic planning and community involvement our department will be involved in the future growth of park facilities and recreation opportunities in the City of Chubbuck.

Interactive Park Map

Explore Chubbuck Parks with this interactive Parks Web Page.  Click below to start.

Chubbuck Recreation


Can I take my dog for a walk in the city parks?

Of course. We simply ask that you be a responsible and considerate dog owner.

You must keep your dog on leash. Some people prefer to not be approached by even the nicest dog. Dogs are excited and unpredictable when meeting other dogs and children. Remember that you are ultimately responsible for the actions of your pet. Be cautious and in control at all times.

Also, please clean up after your best friend. You may think it’s not that important, but what if everyone walking dogs felt the same way? Soon our streets and parks would be covered in you-know-what. Use a plastic bag to cover your hand, pick up the offending matter, turn the bag inside out so the waste is securely inside it, tie up the bag and toss it in a trash can. We also encourage you to keep your dog away from the trash cans, so he is not tempted to come back later and tip it for a midnight snack. Thank you in advance for helping to keep your City parks clean and pet accessible.

Why are the bathrooms and tennis courts locked?

Unfortunately, we have had a great deal of vandalism done to the buildings and courts. Vandalism and graffiti are both senseless acts of destruction that cost the City’s taxpayers thousands of dollars each year. Hours of labor and expensive graffiti removal chemicals are required to restore structures to original conditions if that can be achieved. Restroom facilities are unlocked in the warmer months during daylight hours. You can get tennis court key checkout information online or call the Public Works office at 237-2430.

All City parks close at night fall. If you notice any vandalism, any suspicious activity in your parks or any person in the park after dark, please notify the Chubbuck Police Department as soon as possible.

Can I reserve park fields or other facilities?

The answer to this question depends on what you would like to reserve:

The pavilions at Bicentennial Park and Heritage Park, along with the gazebo at Cotant Park, can be reserved for your gathering. Pavilions or other gathering areas at all other parks are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Sports facilities including baseball fields and basketball courts are also available on a first come, first serve basis with a few exceptions. The baseball fields at Cotant Park are home fields for the Chubbuck Youth Baseball leagues. The softball fields at Capell Park are the home fields for Chubbuck Youth Softball. These fields must be vacated for scheduled league games.

Chubbuck Recreation Opportunity Overview

The City of Chubbuck offers the citizenry multiple opportunities for outdoor recreation. The vast majority of the recreation outlets we offer are maintained physical structures such as walking paths, basketball hoops, playground equipment and so forth. In addition, we offer organized recreation leagues or facilitate spectator sporting events we feel the community would enjoy and come out to support.

City League Baseball & Softball Information

The City of Chubbuck offers boys baseball and girls softball leagues for ages 4 to 15. Registration for all leagues is typically held at the end of February until the first of March.
Contact information for the league commissioners is listed below.

Director: Chris Adams 238-7229

  • Boy’s Baseball: Bobby Garvin 208.406.3484
  • Girl’s Softball: Ralph Daniels 208.406.3699
  • Backyard Baseball (T-ball & Beast Pitching Machine): Tabitha Romriell 208.705.3683


Youth baseball and softball seasons start in April and run through June. Backyard Baseball season starts in June and runs though July. The Cotant Park baseball complex serves as the home fields for all boy’s baseball games. Be aware of parking regulations near this park. The Capell Park softball complex will be home field for girl’s softball.


A volleyball court is located at Bicentennial Park and is open to public use.

Tennis Court Locations & Key Checkout Information

chubbuck parks and recreationCitizens can obtain a key for the park tennis courts at the Public Works desk during regular office hours. You may checkout a key at no cost for a 48 hour period. In addition, you may checkout a key for the entire season (April 1 to October 31) for a $10 fee. You must complete and sign a court use agreement form in either case.
Your public tennis courts are located at Capell Park.  Please remember to lock and clean courts when you are finished with them.

Pickle Ball

The court at Mary’s Park is a Pickle Ball court. Please remember to clean courts when you are finished with them.


Hours of Operation

City Hall Lobby Hours
Monday thru Thursday 7:30am-5:30pm

Friday 7:30am-11:30am


City Hall / Mayor's Office

(208) 237-2400
290 East Linden St.
Chubbuck, ID 83202



Inspections / Permits

(208) 417-7176
290 East Linden St.
Chubbuck, ID 83202


Public Works Yard

(208) 237-2430
175 Park Lawn
Chubbuck, ID 83202


Police Station

(208) 237-7172
5160 Yellowstone Avenue
Chubbuck, ID 83202


Utility Billing

(208) 417-7175
290 East Linden St.
Chubbuck, ID 83202


Public Works

(208) 237-2430
290 East Linden St.
Chubbuck, ID 83202


Fire Station

(208) 237-3212
4727 Yellowstone Avenue
Chubbuck, ID 83202