5 Top Parks In Boise
Camel’s Back Park
Camel’s Back Park has a vast 11-acre green space leaving plenty of room for everyone who wants to enjoy its space. Within the park, there are open play areas, an outdoor gym, a playground, and tennis courts which can be reserved for private use. This park has numerous hiking trails and picnic areas for reservation. As well as the famous staircase climb! Click here for more information.
Julia Davis Park
Surrounded by several local attractions, Julia Davis Park is a renowned park situated by the Boise River. It holds events like “Art in the Park” every September. Julia Davis Park is one of the oldest parks in Boise, created in 1907. Visitors can enjoy its lovely rose garden, see the Abraham Lincoln statue, and enjoy the various pavilions throughout the park. There are also tennis courts, a playground, and boat rentals in Julia Davis Park. Click here for more information.
Fort Boise Park
Opened in 1999, Fort Boise Park’s 33-acres regularly attracts people playing sports due to its well-maintained facilities and amenities. It features six tennis courts, softball fields, a baseball field, multiple open play areas, and an in-ground skate park. Fort Boise Park is also home to the Boise Community Garden. Here you can take an afternoon stroll amid a beautiful botanical display. Click here for more information.
Kathryn Albertson Park
Kathryn Albertson Park is a 41-acre special use park located in downtown Boise. This park is great for wildlife lovers looking for a place to birdwatch or see some animals. Kathryn Albertson Park has wide, paved footpaths and various outdoor gazebos for visitors to enjoy its peace and solitude. Kathryn Albertson Park also provides visitors with access to the Boise River Greenbelt along a pathway lined with trees. Click here for more information.
Avid bird watchers congregate at Ann Morrison Park. This 153-acre park offers plenty of wildlife and bird sighting opportunities. Ann Morrison Park has bocce courts, soccer fields, a disc golf course, cricket fields, lighted softball diamonds, an outdoor gym, and a sand volleyball court. Within the park, there is also the Treasure Valley Dog Island, where owners can let their dogs run off-leash. Ann Morrison Park also plays host to a number of events such as the Boise Balloon Classic. Click here for more information.
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