The Best Public Parks in Boise City

Handpicked Top 3 Public Parks in Boise City, Idaho. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


700 S Capitol Blvd, Boise City, ID 83702

Since 1907

Rose Garden, Playground, Open Play Areas, Duck Pond, Restrooms & Boise River Greenbelt

Two Reservable Pavilions & Six-court Tennis Complex Available - 89.4 Acres Park

Sunrise - Midnight

I love this park. A rose garden is a cute place, and I've seen wedding and engagement photos being taken there on multiple occasions. Right next to the art museum, the zoo, the greenbelt, library, Anne Frank Memorial, and another museum that I don't remember what it is. Lots of community events like The Buddy Walk, Art in the Park, and others.
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1200 W Heron St, Boise City, ID 83702

Since 1932

Open Play Areas, Reservations, Restrooms, Playground, Practice Fields, Tennis, Volleyball, Outdoor Gym, Swing & Slides

Available Access to the Foothills - Fitness equipment accessible year round, is free to the public

Sunrise - Sunset

Large, beautiful park located in downtown Boise! Lots of playground equipment for kids of all ages and Camels Back hill is great for hiking. You can take the steep, direct approach for a super workout, or take the longer less intense switchback trail. Perfect for a leisurely afternoon and a picnic, just get there a little early to claim a table and watch out for wasps as they've figured out this is a prime spot to find unattended food to feast upon!
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1001 N Americana Terrace, Boise City, ID 83706

Since 1939

Trail, Walking Paths, Waterfowl, Gazebos, Fountain, Pond, Paved Footpaths, Restrooms, Trees, Birding & Wildlife

Offer 25-mile pathway - 41-Acre special use park - Located near downtown Boise

Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 8:00 pm

This is a really nice park. It is basically a nature park in the middle of Boise. There are a few pavilions available but this park is best suited for just walking around and enjoying that portion of nature preserved here. There is a much larger park across the street for more park-related activities.
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