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Some of Our Favorite Meridian Parks

Here's a little roundup of some of our favorite parks in Meridian. It was definitely hard to narrow it down; Meridian is HUGE and has so many options!

For a little sneak peak of each park check out the reel we made over on Instagram.


☀️Settlers Park

Address: 3245 N. Meridian Road, Meridian

~Idaho’s First Universally Accessible Playground~

-Adventure Island Playground Area

-Little City of Rocks

-Splash Pad!

-Sound Garden


-Picnic pavilions and shade structures

-Tennis courts

-Pickleball courts

-Disc Golf course (seasonal, only open in winter months)

-Baseball fields

-Summer movie nights hosted here every Friday night! (Check Meridian Parks and Rec website for the schedule)


☀️Fuller Park

Address: 3761 W Park Creek Dr, Meridian

-Tucked in a neighborhood and next to Chaparral Elementary

-Multiple play structures for various ages

-Swings (one baby and one double one!)

-4 picnic areas/shelters

-Super nice bathrooms and water fountain

-Sand volleyball court

-3 baseball fields

-Plenty of green space and trees

-Fishing pond

-Shaved ice shack


☀️Kleiner Park

Address: 1900 N. Records Avenue, Meridian

-Across the street from The Village


-Half-Court Basketball

-Bocce Ball area


-Open Play Area

-Picnic Shelters

-Playground with multiple structures for all ages

-Swings (including a double one!)


-Sand Volleyball

-Splash Pad!

-Lots of sidewalk/walking paths (great for all ages!)

-Disc Golf course (year round)


☀️Discovery Park

Address: 2121 E. Lake Hazel Rd, Meridian

-Picnic shelters

-Baseball fields

-Concessions Stand

-Large restrooms

-Performance area with a shaded stage

-Dog park (fenced in)

-Idaho themed play structures (one is toddler sized!)

-Roller slides

-Zip lines

-Sand and water play area

-Idaho climbing wall

-Splash pad!