Effective Friday, March 27, 2020, restrooms at all Canyon County Parks facilities will be unavailable to the public. Celebration Park is closed for camping until further notice. See below for further details.
In order to comply with the current statewide Stay-Home order issued by Governor Brad Little:
Beginning Friday, March 27, 2020, restroom facilities will be unavailable at all Canyon County-owned Parks in order to protect staff and visitors and prevent the spread of disease. The Celebration Park Visitor Center and Canyon Crossroads Museum will be closed until further notice and we are closing Celebration Park for all camping effective immediately. All Canyon County Parks, Cultural & Natural Resources Department programs, events, camps, activities, and volunteer opportunities are canceled until further notice. This includes the cancelation of all on-site interpretive tours.
Canyon County Parks restroom closures include:
- Celebration Park
- Lake Lowell Park
- George W. Nourse (‘Pickles Butte’) Gun Range
- Jubilee OHV Park
- Ward Memorial Park
For information related to access to Lake Lowell and the Lower Dam Recreation Area, please visit the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge website: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/deer_flat/
For information related to access to Wilson Ponds or Martins Landing, please visit the Idaho Department of Fish and Game website: https://idfg.idaho.gov/
We are asking everyone to please stay home as much as possible and to strictly adhere to CDC social distance guidelines and small groups if you need to leave your house. For those still choosing to recreate outside, please bring your own supplies, be prepared for restroom closures, and pack out what you bring in.
Take care of yourselves and help us take care of our Parks!
Canyon County Parks, Cultural & Natural Resources