Parks & Recreation

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Armory Park - Skate Park

 Dave Olseth Memorial Skate Park at Armory Park

Baker Park

Baker Park playground

Bakke Nature Reserve

Bakke Nature Reserve is 4-acres with an interpretive trail.

City Beach

 City Beach has a public swimming area.

Depot Park

Depot Photo

Hugh Rogers WAG Dog Park

Hugh Rogers WAG Dog Park is free to the public and welcomes all responsible users.

Grouse Mountain Park

Grouse Mountain Park has 3 tennis courts, 2 soccer fields and a public restroom.

Kay Beller Park

Kay Beller Park has easy access to the Whitefish River.

Memorial Park

Memorial Park has 4 pickleball courts, a playground and a basketball court.

Mountain Trails Park

Mountain Trails Park has a playground and a sand volleyball pit.

Riverside Park

Riverside Park features 3 tennis courts, paved trails and Whitefish River access.

Roundhouse Landing

Roundhouse Landing provides easy access to the Whitefish River.

Soroptimist Park

Soroptimist Park features a playground, basketball court and a gazebo.

Mission Statement

The mission of the City of Whitefish Parks and Recreation Department is to maintain a healthy, diverse, sustainable, and interactive environment for our residents, visitors, and future generations with dedication, pride, and respect for our community. 

As stewards of Whitefish, through proactive involvement, efficiency, communications, and understanding, we will go above and beyond our duties as City employees to enhance the overall quality of life for the citizens of Whitefish.