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Hop Porter Park
209 W. Bullion Street
Children's playground, water, tables, covered facilities, grills.

Lawrence Heagle Park
War Eagle Drive
Tennis courts and basketball hoops, sand volleyball court, playground, nature trails, river access, grills, covered facilities, and rest rooms.

Lion's Park
309 W. Bullion Street
Children's playground, softball field, covered facilities, grills, river access, nature trails, soccer fields.

Roberta McKercher Gateway Park
Highway 75
RV dump station, picnic facilities, playfield, bicycle path.

Curtis Park
800 E. Bullion Street
Children's swing, picnic tables.

Deerfield Park
Chestnut Drive
Children's playground.

Blaine County Recreation District

Wood River Little League:

"Batter up!" The sounds of youth playing ball and enjoying this great American pastime are just around the corner. Wood River Little League provides many benefits including teaching the FUNdementals of the game, sportsmanship, and fair play, along with giving youth the opportunity to build friendships. Come out and enjoy the fun!

Hershey Track & Field:

Runners take your mark...Once the snow melts BCRD will be ready to bring track and field to youth in grades 1st - 8th. This program emphasizes friendship, life long skill development, along with healthy competition. Youth of all abilities will benefit from three weeks of coaching and will be able to participate in the annual Blaine County Track meet in May. Students age 9-14 who place 1st or 2nd in their event at the track meet are eligible to travel to the regional Hershey meet to be held in June.

Summer Youth Program:

Every summer for the past seven years, hundreds of children have benefited through participation in the Blaine County Recreation District's Summer Youth Program. Youngsters have the opportunity to learn and practice new skills, increase their self-esteem, use their creative side in art and theater, along with meeting new friends. Children can choose to attend sports camp, creativity camp and Friday fun days in June. Summer activities include jogging/walking, free swim, mountain biking, bicycling, swimming lessons, dirt biking, rollerblading, lap swim, hiking, touring, dolphin swim team and ice fishing. Winter activities include skiing, x country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing, snow mobiling, ice-skating, ice fishing and broomball.

Hailey's Public Library has several programs and activities year round, including:

  • "A Giant's House" by Elizabeth McCraken - Summer Adult Reading Discussion Group.
  • Chinese in Idaho - Speaker, Priscilla Wegars from the Idaho Humanities.
  • Library Board of Trustees Meeting.
  • Kids End of Summer "Monster Bash Party."
  • "Joy Luck Club" by Amy Tan - Summer Adult Reading Discussion Group.
  • Friends of the Hailey Library Meeting.
  • Ridley Pearson reading from his new book, The Art of Deception."
  • "White Oleander" by Janet Fitch - Summer Adult Reading Discussion Group.
  • Dating Quilts, sponsored by the Idaho Humanities Council Speakers Bureau.
  • Children's Story Hour.

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