Biking, walking, running, taking photographs… enjoy one of the best outdoor activities by simply connecting yourself with the Boise Greenbelt. http://parks.cityofboise.org/parks-locations/parks/greenbelt/
BOISE WHITEWATER PARK
Boise Whitewater Park (formerly known as Boise River Park or 36th Street Wave), features one of the first adjustable river waves in the world. http://www.boiseriverpark.com or https://idahoriversports.com/pages/boise-river-park
Quinn’s Pond is located north of the the Boise River between Fairview Ave. and Veterans Parkway, and is dominated by a 22-acre pond. https://idahoriversports.com/pages/quinns-pond
DISCOVERY CENTER OF IDAHO
Discovery Center of Idaho is an interactive science center in Boise, Idaho. http://www.dcidaho.org
The mission of the Boise Philharmonic Association is to musically enrich, entertain and educate through community engagement and music performance at the highest level. https://www.boisephil.org
TAKE A HISTORICAL DRIVE
Warm Springs Avenue is a stretch of road with houses dating back to the 1800’s. It’s a spectacle just to examine the historical architecture from that time period.
JACK’S URBAN MEETING PLACE – Spring Programs are Here!
“JUMP is an invitation to look at things in new ways, including ourselves, and to try things for the first time. http://jumpboise.org
The Treefort Music Fest is a five-day, indie rock festival which is held at numerous venues throughout downtown Boise, Idaho. Treefort begins Wednesday, 3/22 through Sunday, 3/26. For tickets & information: https://www.treefortmusicfest.com
FORT BOISE SKATEPARK
The BSA started as a group of shop owners, local skaters and community advocates in 2005. They officially organized as the Boise Skateboard Association and set out to transform Rhodes Park into a world-class skatepark.
CROOKED FENCE RESTAURANT & EVENT VENUE
Located on a beautifully groomed 5 acres, our restaurant provides innovative food and great beer in a gorgeous setting.
Originating in 1968, Firebird Raceway is a quarter-mile drag racing facility that was created to provide family entertainment at an affordable cost. https://firebirdonline.com
EAGLE ISLAND STATE PARK
Bordered on the north and south by the Boise River, Eagle Island features a swimming beach, grassy picnic area and more than five miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking, walking your dog, or playing disc golf. Also, the waterslide is open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. https://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/parks/eagle-island
Head Out and Enjoy the Treasure Valley!