East Side Park



Located in East Omak

This 76.6 acre destination park is located in East Omak directly across the river from the central business district.  A portion of the property, which lies within the boundaries of the Colville Indian Reservation, was acquired from the U.S. government in 1918.  Additional properties were purchased in the mid-forties with another thirty-five acres acquired in 1964.  The park contains the Stampede Arena, municipal pool, 7 baseball fields, 4 soccer fields, 4 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts, a variety of play ground equipment (a big toy, slide, swings, merry-go-round and 2 other pieces of equipment) an enclosed skate park, a 68 space full service RV Park, Veterans Memorial Garden, Tourist Information Center, 2 picnic shelters and cooking areas, 3 restroom facilities, a walking trail and plenty of parking.  Approximately 70 acres of the park have been developed with underground irrigation.  The park also serves as the home of the Stampede Association which operates the annual rodeo and famous Suicide Race.