The City of Omak owns and maintains approximately one hundred and five acres of park and recreation property with another 220 acres of undeveloped open space.  Omak's park lands include several small green spaces that are under a half-acre in size.  Although these "green spaces" have limited potential for development, they play an important role in the overall park system by providing aesthetic and enjoyment to  residents a visitors.  The rest of Omak's parks form a vital core of recreation opportunities in the area.    

Omak Park and Recreation 


Eastside Park

This 76.6 acre destination park is located in East Omak directly across the river from downtown Omak.  The park is home to the Stampede Arena and the Omak Stampede Office.  The 2nd weekend in August, this Park is transformed to host the annual Omak Stampede.  The park also contains a seasonal swimming pool, seven baseball fields, four soccer fields, four tennis courts, two basketball courts, a variety of play ground equipment and an enclosed skate park,.  The City owns a 68 space RV Park which is also located within the park and an enclosed dog park.  We offer a Veterans Memorial Garden, picnic shelters with a barbeque grill, restroom facilities and a half mile paved fitness trail and much more.    


Park Reservations

You can reserve a City park, picnic shelter or green space for your event.  The park use is free to families and non-profit organizations.  We encourage you to make a reservation to ensure the area is available.  If you are hosting an event open to the public, there are additional requirements that must be met.  

To reserve the park, you must complete a Park Request Form and submit it to City Hall at 2 N Ash.  You will receive a confirmation of your reservation and the area will be posted with a reservation sign.  If you have further questions, please call us at 509-826-1170.      


Civic League Park


Civic League Park is the City's oldest park.  It's located at 20 S. Ash Street next to the Public Library in downtown Omak.  Civic League Park has a bandshell that has been used for theater, music and dance performances.  It's also been used for community movie nights.  This park also has restroom facilities and playground equipment.  

The Farmer's Market is held in this park every Tuesday beginning mid June and running through October.  


Other Existing Parks

 Omak Pioneer Park   Neighborhood park with a gazebo with river access
 Julia Maley Park  Neighborhood park with  playground equipment
 Kiwanis Park  Neighborhood park with a basketball court
 Oak Street Park  Neighborhood park with ball fields 
 Dalton Klessig Park   Neighborhood park with walking trail, rest area and play equipment. 

Green Spaces/Open Spaces

 Aston Island   Wildlife refuge and nature observation
 Maley park  Green space with rest area
 Washington Elm  Green space
 Ivy Park  Green space
 Johnny Park  Green space
 Ross Canyon - L.E.F. Park  Law Enforcement Memorial
 Water Resevoir  Open space 
 Suicide Race Hill  Open space - Start for Suicide Race
 Old Landfill  Open space
 Koala Parcel  Open space - future park