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Whether you’ve lived in Boise your whole life or have decided to call Boise home recently it’s about that time when preparing for winter fun, festivities, and the finer details that tend to help make the holiday season one to remember joyfully!  Have you ever had a moment where you take a minute to chuckle at the mess you’ve created or unintentionally found yourself in. You know the time where you’ve done something so silly that all you can do is laugh at the moment and shrug it off. Well, no matter how silly one of those moments may feel, generally most of us tend to do our best not to relive misfortunes and try to better prepare or avoid mishaps all together. Below you will find a list of items to help better prepare for winter:


It may be time…

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Taking time to explore some of the opportunities for outdoor activities in Boise is a great way to get familiar with the area and the community. There are countless ways to spend a day here. A common and popular destination for outdoor activity opportunities will be one of the many local area parks. Find Julia Davis Municipal Park adjacent to Downtown Boise, the Boise River, and the Boise River Greenbelt. The spacious grassy areas offer opportunities to enjoy open play areas with a favorite book or perhaps sport, places ideal for gatherings, picnics, or preferred activity.

Taking a moment to enjoy the tranquil surroundings, one will likely discover folks out meandering, utilizing the greenbelt to access desired destinations, including local…

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What brings everyone to Boise?
Located along the lower half of the Rocky Mountains, Boise ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the Pacific Northwest, with a population of around 229,993+/- residents. Spanning over 85+/- miles, Boise accounts for a larger portion of the Treasure Valley metropolis encompassing the cities of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Eagle, Star, Kuna, Caldwell, and Middleton. This moderately sized metro is an epicenter for startups, major employers, and companies, including J.R. Simplot, Micron, Fred Meyer, St. Luke's, UPS, Norco, and more, employing over 40,000+/- individuals in the area. With an unemployment rate of only 2.2% as of November, Boise's flourishing economy continues to attract real estate investors, and homebuyers…

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Boise Park's are popular for several reasons; finding the reasons motivating you to discover some of the best outdoor amenities offered in Boise may help you understand why so many people enjoy calling Boise home! Today, we will continue reviewing amenities provided at each park, surrounding area destinations, and locations. Southeastern Idaho's awe-inspiring display of autumn leaves, lovely harvest fragrances, and pleasant fall temperatures are just a few reasons to enjoy calling Idaho home and enjoy all the perks of the surrounding parks!

Bowden Park - 3230 W. Edson St., Boise (South Boise)

Bowden Park is a modest 3-acre park drenched in mature tree life. Come fall, the park transforms into a beautiful ocean of rainbow-colored leaves. Take…

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Boise is an urban paradise complete with gorgeous views of the foothills, vibrant culture, a lively downtown scene, and endless potential. Beloved by many, Boise boasts the ideal balance between big-city amenities and access to some of the state's most incredible outdoor recreation destinations. While the city provides plenty of entertainment, the possibilities for day trip adventures are virtually endless. Plan your next escapade and consider spending the day exploring all that Idaho's natural landscapes and miles of uncultivated wilderness have to offer. Below are a few excellent trip ideas an hour or so from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Lucky Peak

Boise, Idaho

Made up of three distinct recreation units, Discovery, Sandy Point, and…

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Boise is one of the last extraordinary western urban areas remaining that provides an ultimate sense of in-town and out-of-town retreat-like atmosphere. Boise is set along the lower regions of the Rocky Mountains, alongside the Boise River and an ocean of trees. A few of Boise's most preferred characteristics include employment opportunities, seemingly limitless outdoor opportunities and amenities, an all-encompassing culture, and downtown attractions. An excellent vacation destination and great real estate prospect, discover all that Boise has to offer and find out why so many choose to call Idaho home!

Boise is also home to one of the only remaining metropolitans in the Nation, surrounded for over a hundred miles by communities with populations…

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Boise neighborhoods are like snowflakes, each one unique and full of passionate people who are proud to call Idaho home. Whether you gravitate towards convenience, peaceful evenings on the patio, rich culture & history, or delicious locally sourced eateries, these neighborhoods have those one-of-a-kind factors that residents and investors treasure for years to come. Discover which Boise neighborhood best suits your real estate goals and enjoy the perks of a city that's just minutes away from top-rated restaurants, wide-open spaces, excellent schools, community events, and more!

Downtown

Experience city living at its finest in one of the biggest small-big cities around! As Boise continues to grow, you can find an excellent selection of New…

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Boise is one of the last extraordinary urban areas remaining in the Pacific Northwest that provides an ultimate sense of out-of-town retreat with the comfort of being close to home. Boise rests along the lower region of the Rocky Mountains, nestled alongside the Boise River, and is covered in miles of lush trees. Boise attracts visitors and home buyers alike for its employment possibilities, seemingly limitless outdoor opportunities, big-city amenities, all-encompassing culture, and unique downtown attractions.

Whether you decide to spend a day or a lifetime in this beautiful city, below are a few ways to enjoy all that Boise has to offer. Take the weekend off and head downtown for two days well spent, exploring a city rich with possibilities. Host…

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Find the ideal Boise area park to enjoy your time outdoors with various park types, styles, selection of multiple amenities, and opportunities; there is something for everyone to enjoy. Today we will cover part one of a three-part list of Boise parks, as Boise is home to over 80 +/- area parks. Take your list with you and check it twice; discovering all of Boise's parks is quite the adventure; you may find yourself exploring Boise parks thrice.

Aldape Park - 629 N. San Jose Way, Boise (East Boise)

This lovely park, delightfully decorated with mature tree life and open play areas, is located in East Boise with scenic views across the Boise Valley. Aldape Park is a mini-park and great for a midday picnic!

Ann Morrison Park - 1000 S. Americana…

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A hidden gem, Boise continues to attract visitors with a growing underground culture, great food, excellent selection of local breweries, active lifestyle, educational opportunities, and an ever-growing number of small businesses. Boise, Idaho, strikes an ideal balance between metropolitan city perks and rural living, with access to just about every type of recreational activity. As Boise draws more attention, the growing population has created a cultural boom that has revolutionized the area's diversity and transformed the cultural scene.

Annual Events

Boise is host to a variety of things to do year-round, from downtown excursions to outdoor adventures. Look forward to fan-favorite events, including the farmers market, Twighlight Criterium,…

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