Parks: The Greater Middleton Parks and Recreation District currently manages thirty-four acres of parks. The current parks, Hawthorne Park, Payne Park and Foote Park are available for use by the community and organized youth sports.
Recreation: GMPRD encourages activities which improve leisure time quality for the Middleton community and the surrounding areas it serves. In addition to maintaining the parks, the GMPRD sponsors or co-sponsors the Annual Easter Egg Hunt, 4th of July Push Cart Derby, Bingo Nights, Annual Harvest Festival, Free Movies in the Park and Santa’s Workshop.
Parks & Recreation
The Greater Middleton Parks and Recreation District office is located at 310 Hawthorne, Middleton, Idaho. The office is staffed from 9 a.m. To 3 p.m. Monday - Friday. Phone: 208-585-3461; Fax: 208-585-6198 Meetings: First Thursday each month at 7 p.m. After hours & emergencies: 208-850-1869 or 208-447-7574
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Our next Community Event!!
April 19th2014. GMPRD & The Middleton Gazette Present the Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Happy Spring!! Go out and Play!
OLD FASHIONED “BARN” RAISING! GMPRD is looking for volunteers to help us RAISE THE
ROOF on our NEW RESTROOM AND CONCESSION FACILITY at Foote Park. If you can volunteer
to help with this great project, please meet us at Foote Park on Saturday, April
26th. Lunch and drinks will be provided to all volunteers. Help us get this project
completed so you can start enjoying the new facility! Looking forward to seeing you
there! Click for flyer
The Greater Middleton Parks and Recreation District was created to serve the current and future needs of our community by acquiring, developing and preserving open space and park facilities and to provide quality, safe and accessible recreational programs, clean facilities and parks that meet the diverse needs of individuals of all ages.