Brown Park is open to the public. The park will be closed to reservations from August 8- August 19 due to decomposed granite pathway completion. Closure dates TBD and will be posted asap.
For further information or questions please call 208-634-3006, McCall Parks and Recreation.
Project No. 2—Brown Park Improvements & Playground located on the former McCall Mill site, which contains some unidentified fill material. In order to limit the disruption to this material, limited re-grading work is proposed. The major enhancements include the relocation of the playground with the installation of new equipment, realignment of the pathway and increasing the walk-able surfaces, installation of more aesthetic materials and landscape features, and possibly incorporating public art.
The Project will be located North of Legacy Park from City boat ramp and run the shoreline along E. Lake St. extending through Brown Park.
This project is funded by The McCall Redevelopment Agency (MRA) & Grants.
Learn more about MRA
Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) - Grant funds awarded by the Idaho State Parks Department will be used for the necessary replacement of Brown Park Playground Structure & Improvements. LWCF purpose is to provide financial assistance to support projects the will acquire and to develop basic outdoor recreation facilities to serve the present and future demands and needs of the general public. This grant project will improve the quality of the public outdoor recreation experience by replacing an obsolete playground. Review the City Grant Application HERE
Local Sponsor: City of McCall
Principal Engineer: Heidi Carter, P.E.
Please contact Karie Gullickson with any For project questions or concerns.
Project #1 Fall of 2020 (September- November)
Project #2 Spring of 2022 (June 2021- June 2022)
The completion of Project #3 and Project #4 depends highly on available funding. Completing Project #4 before Project #3 poses some difficulties, as temporary anchorage of docks and access ways will be required before the proposed pathway is built. However, these can be worked out and don’t restrict that as an alternative for implementation. Project #3 is the most expensive project, so finding funding for completion will most likely control the timeline for completion. Ideally, these projects would be completed simultaneously but constructing the
shoreline improvements of Project #4 prior to implementing Project #3 is likely more feasible.