From Interstate 84, take the Broadway exit (54), continue on Broadway north to Boise Avenue 1.7 miles. Turn east (right) on Boise Avenue and stay on Boise Avenue until it ends at Eckert Road 3.6 miles. Turn north (left) onto Eckert Road and take your first left turn from Eckert Road into the park .01 miles.
Open Space and Trails
Learn more about the Ada/Eagle Bike Park, Hubbard Reservoir, Oregon Trail Recreation Area, and Victory Wetland.
Learn more about Lucky Peak Lake Recreation, recreational docks, and boater safety.
The Mission of Ada County Parks and Waterways is to provide diverse outdoor recreation opportunities with quality facilities and education, at an affordable price while protecting resources and natural habitats for the safe enjoyment of our residents and visitors.
The park includes the Education and Event Center facility, covered patio for picnics, picnic tables and BBQ’s’ throughout the park, playground equipment and numerous pathways and trails through natural wildlife habitat areas. Boise River adventure seekers will find raft and tubes for rent and free air stations for filling your own equipment during the summer months. Mid-November through mid-March wintering bald eagles can be seen perched in large Cottonwood trees watching the river for fish. Deer are also spotted roaming the park in the fall and early spring.
Barber Park Education and Event Center
Designed with nature in mind, this facility complements its surroundings with stone, wood and contoured landscaping. Barber Park Event Center resides along the Boise River – here you can enjoy a gorgeous outdoor reception or tuck yourself inside next to the fireplace on a crisp October evening.