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Nampa, Idaho, is Idaho’s second largest city. Despite having 54,770 people in 2000, Nampa’s population multiplied by 2010 to over 80,000 people. Located to the west of other high-density urban centers Boise and Meridian, this Idaho city is only twenty miles from Boise’s city center. Surrounded on nearly all sides by farmland and east of the Lake Lowell area, Nampa is a picturesque as well as locally important location.
Since the 1880s, Nampa has played an integral role in the development of the Treasure Valley. It was one of the many towns created during the construction of a railroad to Oregon from Wyoming. In fact, Nampa became a junction for four different railroads by 1900. With this, the valley was opened up to Eastern settlers.
Over a century later, Nampa is still an influential city in the area. This beautiful metropolis, despite its urbanization, is still the world’s leading producer of sweet corn seed. Furthermore, Nampa is home to the Ford Idaho Center, one of Idaho’s leading indoor event centers for concerts, rallies, and conventions.
Homes in Nampa
Nampa is one of the most affordable places to live in Idaho. The median price for a home in the Nampa area, as of 2014, is about $130,000. The national median of home prices in June of 2014 was calculated as $273,500 - over twice as much. This comparatively low price contributes a great deal to Nampa’s livability. Also, Nampa is rated on the cost of living index as 90.5, nearly 10 points below the national average.
There are hundreds of listings for sale in Nampa, which include acreage properties as well as smaller homes. No matter what your size constraints are, we’ll be happy to help find the home ideal for you and your household. Our highly advanced searching tool can bring to your attention homes that fit your budget, your location, and the rest of your requirements.
As a rapidly growing metropolis, there are many things to do in Nampa’s lively community! For example, Nampa is the home of the Snake River Stampede, a nationally top-ranked rodeo and part of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. This rodeo is one of the biggest events in the Treasure Valley every summer, and many professional rodeo celebrities first received recognition there.
Karcher Mall is also located in Nampa. This was the first major shopping mall in the Boise Metropolitan Area, built in 1965. This impressive shopping facility includes over twenty five stores and kiosks, including a cinema.
The Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa is one of Idaho’s leading military museums, and has a large collection of planes, equipment, and homefront artifacts of the World War II, Korea, and Vietnam eras of America. This vast facility also includes an exhibit on the space race from the 1960s. For those who want something a little more down to Earth, there is the Nampa Train Depot Museum. This former major train depot for Nampa’s rail lines is not only an example of beautiful baroque architecture, but it is also displays a vast array of period curiosities.
Are you looking to experience outdoor Idaho? Nampa is surrounded by excellent recreational areas, including the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. The major part of this refuge land, the Lake Lowell area, is just to the southwest of Nampa. This area spans a massive 10,588 acres, and is a breeding ground for many species of birds. These birds consist largely of waterfowl, who migrate to the area during the fall and winter seasons. Though the refuge is open for visitors year round from dawn to dusk, boating on the Lake Lowell itself is restricted between October 1st and April 14th. The rest of the year, the park is open to visitors for hiking, swimming, boating, and other activities.
Want something a little tamer? Nampa has twenty five parks, including the Nampa Dog Park. This pet-friendly area has six acres for dogs and their human companions to shake, sit, and play ball together. Another park, the West Park, is forty-four acres of lawn, softball fields, volleyball courts, fitness path, disk golf courses, and more. Or, maybe you’d enjoy the Lions Park, which was established by the Lions Club 1952 to bring the local community together. This delightful outdoor space includes a public swimming pool.
And even more appealing, Nampa is only several minutes away from most of Treasure Valley’s locations. That means that Nampa residents can enjoy floating the Boise River, visiting The Village at Meridian, or bird watching at the Birds of Prey Wildlife Refuge. The Treasure Valley is a thriving area, and Nampa is right in the middle of it.
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Listing information last updated on January 22nd, 2019 at 5:52pm MST.