Parks & Recreation
1st Floor of City Hall just off the rotunda
Hours: Mon-Fri ⋅ 8am – 5pm
Phone: (208) 773-0539
Dave Fair – Director
Forms and Documents
Parks & Recreation Master Plan Draft 2020
Parks & Recreation Master Plan 2012
(PDF Version to download and print)
Park Reservation Form & Fee Schedule
Online Park Shelter Reservation Request
Park Reservations/Trailhead Event Center Questions
“It is the mission of the Post Falls Parks & Recreation Department to provide exceptional parks, services, facilities, and recreational opportunities to our customers and the citizens of Post Falls.”
– David Fair, Parks & Recreation Director
ATTENTION: 08/04/2020 Swimmers itch has been reported at Q’emiln Park Beach. Once swimmers are done swimming make sure to rinse off at one of the outdoor showers and towel dry. Once at home you will want to bathe with soap and water. Make sure that towels and swim suits are cleaned properly after being at the beach.
To reduce the risk of swimmer’s itch:
– Choose swimming spots carefully. Avoid swimming in areas where swimmer’s itch is a known problem or signs warn of possible contamination. Also avoid swimming or wading in marshy areas where snails are commonly found.
– Avoid the shoreline, if possible. If you’re a strong swimmer, head to deeper water for your swim.
– Rinse after swimming. Rinse exposed skin with clean water immediately after leaving the water, then vigorously dry your skin with a towel. Launder your swimsuits often.
– Skip the bread crumbs. Don’t feed birds on docks or near swimming areas.
– Apply waterproof sunscreen. This has been reported to protect the skin from the parasite that causes swimmer’s itch.
Swimmers Itch FAQs
Q’EMILN PARK BOAT LAUNCH OPENS FOR THE SEASON – 07/02/2020
Q’EMILN PARK BEACH & PARKING
Q’emiln Park Beach Rules
Q’emiln Park Parking
All Day Parking:
Cars/$5 — Boats/$8 — Buses/$10
Parking Booth Hours:
No overnight boat moorage.
Season Parking Pass
A season car parking pass for Q’emiln Park can be purchased at the Recreation Office
(No season passes for boats)
$15/Residents — $30/Non-residents