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Greenough Park

Features

  1. Fishing
  2. Horseshoes
  3. Jogging Trail
  4. Picnic Shelter
  5. Picnic tables
  6. Play equipment
  7. Restrooms

Located just up the Rattlesnake and donated to the city by the Greenough family, Greenough Park is Missoula’s most natural park, covering 42 acres that include fishing locations, horseshoes, a volleyball court, jogging trails, and the “Bull Trout” glass mosaic. The Greenough Picnic Shelter, located on the Eastern edge of the park, features four extra-large picnic tables and a playground.


Request a reservation for Greenough Shelter online today. Please note that there is not a bathroom at the Greenough Picnic Shelter – to reserve the space, the reserving party must also rent a Port-a-John to have at the Shelter for the full duration of their reservation.


If you’re interested in reserving a natural area of Greenough Park for a Wedding or other personal event, please email Marcus Milyko at milykom@ci.missoula.mt.us to coordinate the details of your event!


Courts at Greenough Park cannot be reserved and are always available on a first come, first served basis.


Shelter reservation fees and more information can be found here.