"Named for the family who donated the property to the city in 1916, Schmuck Park is a destination park featuring a large covered picnic area with stone fireplace, a smaller covered area, restrooms, drinking fountains, a playground, sand volleyball court, horse shoe pit, tennis court and acres of green grass and mature shade trees. The municipal swimming pool and skatepark are located at the south end of the park. The school's track and football fields are also a part of Schmuck Park and are adjacent to the south end of the park. The park can accommodate large groups and is often the site of class and family reunions, school and youth events and Chamber events."
In Spring 2010, the city had planned to demolish the pool and rebuild a new one because over time it had been sinking into the Palouse River.