Tour Middleton's Five Parks with Julie Freeman
Hi, everyone. I’m Julie Freeman with Real Property here in Middleton, Idaho. Today we want to take you on a tour of Middleton’s five parks. So, if you’re looking to buy a home, it’s a great idea to look around the area and find out where the parks, sports fields, and other areas are; this will help you not drive all over the place for your kid’s activities once you’ve moved into your new home.
1. Middleton Place Park
Middleton Place Park has a lot of fun features for the kiddos. There’s a ton of grass for them to run around and play on. There are also:
- Play Ground
- Basketball Courts
- Volleyball Courts
- Tennis Courts
- Picnic Area
This park is also the home to Middleton Market, which is on Thursdays from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. during their season.
2. Foot Park
Foot Park is a family-friendly park with a lot of grass. So, this park is mainly for playing soccer and baseball. There’s also a sand volleyball court and a few water features that are brand new to the park, but mostly, families hang out on the weekends playing soccer or baseball. There’s no playground, but there is a concrete tube that kids like to slide down and entertain themselves. This park also has a walking trail around it, and it’s just a lovely spot with lots of trees for shade.
3. Roadside Park
Roadside Park is in town as you enter Middleton, right next to our only stop light. So, this park is much smaller, but it’s the sweet little spot to stop with your kiddos if they need a break and to stretch their legs. This park has:
- Covered Picnic Area
Also, near the park are a creek, a museum, and a library. So, there are some fun little spots to check out in this park.
4. Hawthorne Park
Hawthorne Park, or as my kids call it, “The Easter Egg Hunt Park.” The Middleton Parks and Rec put on an awesome Easter egg hunt for older kids in middle and high school. There is also an adult side to this park that is quite fun and is off the main road, which is nice. It also has:
- Baseball Fields (on both sides of the park)
- Play Structure
- Covered Picnic Area with Benches
So, this is another spot where you could bring your kiddos to run around and get their energy out.
5. Piccadilly Park
Piccadilly Park is one of our favorites and is also right in town. This park is unique because it’s not about sports. It’s a waterpark with a splash pad and a big skate park where kids can enjoy riding skateboards, scooters, and bikes. Kids are having a blast, and when they get too warm, they can go next door and cool down in the water park.
Thank you for joining us on our tour of Middleton Parks. If you’d like help finding a home or land near the amenities for your kiddos, feel free to contact us. We would love to help, have an excellent rest of your day.