Playgrounds and town parks



Mike Yokel: 455 East Kelly St.; small picnic shelter, picnic tables, restrooms, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, green space and a playground


Miller Park: 257 West Deloney St.; boulder wall for kids, playground, swings, slides,

tennis court, basketball court, two shelters with four picnic tables per shelter, restrooms


Phil Baux Park: Located at the base of Snow King Mountain; playground, swing set,

two boulder walls for all ages and skill levels, small picnic shelter, picnic tables, horseshoe pits


Powderhorn Park: 200 Powderhorn Lane; softball field, playground, picnic shelter, picnic tables, horseshoe pits, restrooms

Owen Bircher Park: Main Street in Wilson: playground, picnic tables, restrooms



North Park: North Cache Street, adjacent to Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitors Center;a good place to picnic, lots of open space for playing, small observation deck abuts the National Elk Refuge


Munger View Park: Located in the southwest corner of the Melody Ranch subdivision

along South Park Loop road; new playground and walking path


Rendezvous Park, aka “R Park”: 40-acre natural park that sits along the Snake River’s west bank, across from the Emily’s Pond recreation area. Just north of the Wilson boat ramp access road and east of Highway 390/Moose-Wilson Road. Use the Stilson Parking Lot or access is also available via the Snake River pedestrian bridge;fishing hole, pond for swimming, sledding, walking trails, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing