Smith Park features 2 baseball diamonds, a Veterans Memorial, 2 shelters, gazebo, kids playground, tennis courts, basketball court and walking path. The East Shelter and the South Shelter are the same size with 8 tables each. During summer months concerts are in the park every Thursday night.
It was named “Smith Park" in honor of Mayor J. Fred Smith. In 1962 an antique steam engine was placed in the park adjacent to Main Street. This engine was owned by James W. Webster and was used on the Webster-Woodmansee farm in the early days of dry farming on the Rexburg Bench.
- Smith Park
|Phone||208-359-3020 Ext. 0|
|Address||3rd E Main St. Rexburg, ID 83440|
|Location||3rd E to 4th E and Main St. to 1st N (which is a full city block) in Rexburg|