Northwest Meridian is the area contained between Hwy 26 (Chinden Road) in the north, the Freeway (I-84) in the south, Meridian Road in the east and the county line in the west.
An ideal location for those that want to feel a little more "out in the country" but close to amenities, this area offers a wide range of housing options. There are smaller modest home, and larger more luxurious homes, brand new homes, and older homes. There are even farms still in NW Merdian, though those numbers are dwindeling. There is a nice golf course in this area (see below). This is a popular residential area, and for good reasons.
There is an abudance of parks including Chateau Park, Storey Park, 8th Street Park, Season's Park, and Fuller Park. Heroe's Park is a popular park for dog owners. It offers sweeping views of the foothills and can be used nearly year-round with basketball courts, benches, an interpretive display, Mutt Mitt Station, open play area, a pathway around the perimeter, a picnic area, playground and a pond for fishing. Soccer fields are in use throughout the fall and spring. Settler's Park is a large, popular park that boasts playgrounds, baseball fields & a splash area, plus disc golf, tennis & horseshoes.
The Keith Bird Legacy Park is a 7.5 acre neighborhood park in the Bainbridge subdivision. Open to both Bainbridge residents and the community at large, this truly unique park features a playground, outdoor gym (yes, you read that right!), and public art. An iconic 24' x 28' picnic shelter features beautiful stonework completed by the city of Meridian and roofing with Southern Yellow Pine tongue and groove.
Hoping for nearby schools in NW Meridian? You're covered. Rocky Mountain High School, Ponderosa Elementary School, Meridian High School, Meridian Elementary School, Paramount Elementary School, Barbara Morgan STEM Academy, Chaparral Elementary School, and Peregrine Elementary School.
And finally, a staff favorite! Lakeview Golf Club is nestled in the center of Northwest Meridian. This popular 18-hole course enjoys a high desert climate and the beauty of all four seasons. This beautifully designed 18-hole course enjoys a high desert climate and the beauty of all four seasons. With 6,521 yards of playing area, Lakeview Golf Course creates an unforgettable experience for low handicappers as well as beginners. The course’s diversified fairways, undulating greens and strategic pin placements (not to mention trees, ponds, water ways and bunkers) present challenges for seasoned players and a sense of accomplishment for those less practiced in the game. The beautiful tree-lined pond bordering the challenging first hole also doubles as the Driving Range; its fountain serves as a target and sets the stage for an amazing golf experience.
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