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A new whitewater park that has it all!!! Endless fun with a day of surfing, fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, swimming, walking, jogging and cycling. Located off the Greenbelt on N. 13th Street just west of downtown Boise. The park is a combination of the Greenbelt, Veteran's Memorial Park, Quinn's Park and Esther Simplot Park.
parks.cityofboise.org

Boise River (Whitewater) Park


Boise River Float

The Boise River is open for floating from June to September. You can rent a raft and the life jackets at Barber Park in Southeast Boise. The float is typically very similar to a lazy river with a few more exciting moments! Check out the link for more information: http://boiseriverraftandtube.com/


Offering a variety of whitewater rafting trips from mellow half-day river floats to a full day of whitewater thrills, Cascade Raft offers the best Idaho rafting experience on the Payette River.

cascaderaft.com

Cascade Raft and Kayak


Greenbelt

The Greenbelt stretches 30 miles on both the north and south side of the Boise River. Its an amazing part of Boise! Walk or rent a bike along any stretch of it and you love it!

http://parks.cityofboise.org/media/228316/16–0726-greenbelt-map-b.pdf

Bikes are easy to rent in Boise:

http://boise.greenbike.com/


hiking table rock

Table Rock is one of Boise’s biggest landmarks. If you look at the foothills it’s the one with the cross on top. This is a great place for a 45-60 minute hike while enjoying views if the city. Bring water. Its also a popular place to watch the sunset.

https://www.ridgetorivers.org/trails/detailed-area-descriptions/table-rock-area/


Skiing, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Nordic Skiing & Tubing at Bogus Basin

Bogus Basin is located 30 minutes north of downtown Boise and offers options for all! If you are skiing and do not have your equipment with you, your best best is to rent off mountain at Greenwood’s Ski Haus. There are two lodges for those who would rather take in the scenery without exerting too much effort! Check the website for conditions and more information.

http://bogusbasin.org/

bogus basin


45 minutes east of Boise you’ll find “The Springs.” Soak in the natural hot springs in a resort setting! You can get poolside service and massages as well. Check the website to make a reservation. Only so many people are allowed at a time. There are also designated family times.

http://www.thespringsid.com/

hot springs


Walk up 13th to Camel's Back Park. It’s a great place for a quick hike (easy) and gives you just enough elevation to get a closer look at downtown. There is a great playground for kids and tennis courts.

http://parks.cityofboise.org/parks-locations/parks/camels-back-park/

Camel's Back Park


Located in west downtown near the Linen District you will find a 1.28 acre skater heaven. Designed by local youths, Rhodes Skatepark features both in-line skating and skateboarding. The park has drawn national attention for its unique and challenging attributes... X Games will host another Road to X Games in June 2018!

Park Hours: Daily Sunrise-11pm

parks.cityofboise.org/parks-and-facilities/parks/rhodes-skate-park/

Rhodes Skatepark