Parks & Recreation


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Missoula Parks and Recreation is proud to serve the citizens of Missoula with quality recreation programs, well-maintained parks and trails, and an abundance of open space lands. Missoula boasts more than 500 acres of city parkland, 26 miles of trails, 3,300 acres of conservation lands and 20,000 park and boulevard trees. 

Our mission to ensure every Missoula neighborhood is well-served with parks and open space, recreational facilities, and bicycle and pedestrian access to the great outdoors. Join us for healthy fun at our two exciting water parks, or participate in our wide variety of youth and adult recreation programs.

What's New:

600 Cregg Ln. in McCormick Park  •  Email Us  •  Phone 406-721-PARK (7275)
  1. Work to resume on Rankin Park

    Parks and Recreation has resumed restoration work on Rankin Park, the triangle of land at the south end of the Madison Street Bridge. Read on...
  2. City to begin native forest restoration on Broadway Island

    Broadway Island, a six-acre undeveloped park in the Clark Fork River, is getting a makeover this fall as Parks and Recreation crews remove harmful invasive trees and replace them with young native trees and hundreds of saplings. Read on...
  3. Public comment on bike skills park accepted through August 26, 2016

    The department is accepting public comment on the draft master park plan for Syringa Park through August 26, 2016. Read on...
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Contact Us

  1. Donna Gaukler
    Donna Gaukler


    600 Cregg Lane
    Missoula, MT 59801

    Ph: 406-721-PARK

    Park Operations
    100 Hickory St.
    Missoula, MT 59801

    Ph: 406-552-6277

    Monday - Friday
    9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.