There are approximately 15 developed Billings Heights parks. Below is a list of those parks with their location and features. See something you would like to change or see something that should not be here? Contact us!
You’ve probably heard of Boothill Cemetery, where they “died with their boots on.” Well, this is it. This park is easily accessible, but honestly it is not maintained very well. It is good for a […]
Airport Road. Natural park
Cody & Covert. Natural Wet Lands
This 5 acre park has a playground, basketball court, horseshoe pits, and plenty of green space for soccer/rugby/football and a multi-use trail. This is a neighborhood park and located a bit off the beaten path
Subdivision park, off the beaten path.
Nice little park, primarily for used the Uinta and Twin Oaks subdivisions. Has a small playground. Really a neighborhood park and not a destination type park. But great for the local community
60 acre park with biking and jogging trails. Scenic views off the rims. Lots of hills…
Picnic area, playground, ballfield. 3.5 acres Swords/Black
Judicial Lane. Natural Park.
It’s kinda plain, but it is a good place to take your dogs for a walk. Usually has other dogs around and people are friendly. There is a water faucet for your pets that runs […]
Burning Tree Drive. Playground.
Norris Court in Kimberly Heights. Basketball Court, playground, picnic shelter, horseshoe pits. 6 acres.
This park is completely funded by community donations and managed by volunteers at the Yellowstone River Parks Association. They have done a great job getting this up and running. The initial phase is about 172 […]
Bench Blvd. & Radford Lane. Semi-developed Little League Park. Softball/baseball fields. 8 acres.
Wicks Lane & Nutter Blvd. Spray park and 4 Newley resurfaced tennis courts. Large, open park with lots of room. Great place for soccer or a football game. In the winter it is one of the […]
Crow Lane & Blackfoot Street. Little League field, horseshoe courts, playground, irrigated, picnic sites, shelter, softball and baseball field. A multiple-use park situated in a high density residential area. 3 acres.
Great park. Runs along the Yellowstone river. Longer trails which are nice. Lots of wildlife in the area. At The upper section of the park, by the biking/running trail, they have a very nice picnic […]
Janie St. & Columbine Drive. Picnic sites, shelter, restrooms, playground, soccer/football/rugby field and wading pool. 3.7 acres.
This is a great park for Billings Heights residents. Has about a 1.4 mile walking path/running track. A dedicated off the leash dog area for your pets. A nice play ground with swings, slides and […]
Above information courtesy of Jason Lillie and BillingsHeights.com