5th West & 3rd North
Wildlife and waterfowl, Walking paths, Children’s playground, Picnic shelters, and Restrooms.
The Nature Park is a great place for joggers and cyclists to exercise in a beautiful environment. Honestly, this is my favorite park in Rexburg, due to its large size, as well as the other parks often being crowded with College students. Located near the fairgrounds on the west side of Rexburg, this 15 acre park has something for everyone. Away from traffic, the pathways provide beautiful and tranquil scenes around the park ponds and ties into Eagle Park, located just north of Nature Park along the Teton River. Wildlife and waterfowl can often be seen in the park.
Lots of geese is seen at this park. They are very friendly. For some fun for the kids, be sure to bring some bread to feed to them!
The ponds are available for fishing all year long. A valid Idaho fishing license is required. General regulations are enforced. One pond has been designed for children under 12 years of age.
Special consideration has been given to accommodate the needs of handicapped or physically challenged individuals so everyone can enjoy this scenic park.
-Idaho fishing license required
-Fishing is open all year
-General regulations enforced