Idaho Park List

Bernardine Quinn Riverside Park

Bernardine Quinn Riverside Park is an undeveloped park located north of the Boise River between Fairview Avenue and Veterans Parkway, and is dominated by a 22-acre pond. Adjacent to the Greenbelt, the park will include fishing docks, a small beach area for canoe landings, and picnic area with a ...

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Bicentennial Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, basketball, picnic facilities, tennis, walk/jog trail, restrooms, and ...

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Bill Chipman Palouse Trail

Trailhead at the corner of Perimeter Drive and the Moscow/Pullman Highway. Head West from the gateway and follow this trail for 8 miles to Pullman and the trail network there or head east from this point and follow Paradise Path through Moscow to the Latah Trail at Carmichael Road ...

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Birch Creek Campground

This campground includes twenty campsites in the Birch Creek valley and provides easy access to fishing and the Targhee National Forest. Amateur anglers and seasoned fly fishing experts alike enjoy this stretch of water for its abundance of brook trout, rainbow trout, and some brown trout. Be sure to ...

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Birds of Prey Scenic Float

You can see the birds of prey in their natural river canyon habitat on a scenic float trip. South of Boise, the Snake River has cut a canyon where more eagles, hawks, and falcons nest each spring in greater concentrations than at any other place in North America. The ...

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Bistline Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: playground, parking off of Mountain Park ...

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Black Bay Park

Located off 3rd Avenue on Bay Street, this 56-acre park with paved walking and biking trails tie into the Centennial Trail and offers fishing access and scenic views of the Spokane River. There is a new paved parking lot off 3rd Avenue, a basketball court, and two lighted tennis ...

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Black Canyon Reservoir

There are three day-use parks located at or near Black Canyon Dam: Black Canyon Park, Wild Rose Park, and Cobblestone Park. Triangle Park offers both day-use and overnight camping. Triangle Park, located just upstream of Black Canyon Park, is available for group overnight camping. Water and power are not available ...

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Blackfoot Reservoir Campground

Water stored in Blackfoot Reservoir is used to irrigate lands on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation and other lands in the vicinity of Blackfoot, Idaho. Blackfoot Reservoir is managed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) in Fort Hall. Blackfoot Reservoir Campground and 5 campgrounds along the Blackfoot Riverare ...

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Blowout Campground

Blowout campground sits at a 5700-foot elevation. It encompasses 30 campsites on the east side of Palisades Reservoir. Excellent for RVs and large boats and trailers. Second largest boating facility on the reservoir. Forested sites available on top of the hill. RV sites at reservoir shoreline next to boat ...

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Bluegrass Park

Bluegrass has children's play equipment, a splash pad (open from Memorial Day through Labor Day), basketball, volleyball, tetherball, open space, a picnic shelter with BBQ, disc golf, paved bicycle trails, off-street parking and ...

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Boise Hills Park

Neighborhood kids have discovered the joys of open space and playground equipment at the 7.3-acre Boise Hills Park. The park features play equipment, a parking lot, a bike rack, trash can, utilities and 3 new trees. The project also includes a shade ...

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Boise National Forest

The Boise National Forest includes about 2,612,000 acres of forest land located north and east of the city of Boise. Most of the land is an evergreen forest that includes pure or mixed stands of ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, Engelmann spruce, lodgepole pine and subalpine fir. Elevations range from ...

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Boise River Greenbelt

The Boise Greenbelt links over 850 acres of parks and natural areas along the Boise River, including a 25-mile long bicycle and pedestrian path, paved except for a 1.5 mile section from Barber Park downstream. Year-round visitors can see songbirds, ducks, Canada geese, great blue heron and bald eagles ...

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Boise River Park

Construction has been completed on phase I of the Boise River Park, located between Main Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway. A new section of Greenbelt pathway has been completed, including a concrete overlook at the site of the in-river Waveshaper ...

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Bonneville Park

Amenities for this 5 acre park include: picnic tables, playground, and ...

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Bonneville Point (Section of the Oregon Trail)

Stand in the same spot where Captain Benjamin Bonneville and his expedition party overlooked the valley he named Les Bois, site of the city that today bears the same name -- Boise. This scenic vista sweeps the entire Treasure Valley. The site is also an access point for ...

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Borah Park

This 3-acre site features an outdoor pool, practice fields, a picnic shelter, a large playground, open play areas, restrooms, chess tables and public art. In 2010, the park was expanded with the addition of 4.6 acres of undeveloped ...

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Bowden Park

Bowden Park is a 3-acre park located at 3249 W. Edson Street next to South Junior High School on the Boise Bench. Currently, the park features picnic tables, a restroom and open space for outdoor play. ...

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Bowler Park

Bowler Park is a 24.62-acre undeveloped site in Southeast Boise near Surprise ...

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Brackenbury Square

Brackenbury Square is located right in the center of beautiful downtown Lewiston and offers a relaxing area to sit and enjoy a morning coffee or leisurely brown bag lunch. There is an outdoor stage with lots of shade trees where local talent loves to shine. You can also enjoy ...

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Brady Park

Amenities for this 0.4 acre park include: picnic tables, and a monument and ...

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Bremerton Park

Amenities for this 0.6 acre park include: picnic tables, and a ...

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Briarwood Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: playground, and walk/jog ...

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Brothers Park

This park is 35 acres and currently includes eleven (11) soccer fields, walking paths, drinking fountains, and playground equipment. Pets are not allowed at this sports ...

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Bruneau Dunes State Park

The tallest single-structured sand dune in North America rises to 470 feet high above small lakes in the high desert south of Mountain Home. The state park includes desert, dune, prairie, lake and marsh habitat with opportunities to observe nocturnal species. Activities include fishing, birdwatching, camping, hiking, swimming and ...

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Bruneau-Jarbidge River System

Rhyolote canyons, towering 1,200 feet above the river, have sliced through the plateau of the Owyhee Uplands. The rivers offer challenging whitewater boating in an isolated setting. The canyons and plateau provide ample opportunity for those who wish to explore the area on foot. Sportsmen will find excellent fishing ...

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Bryan Field

This park offers a children's baseball field, play equipment, and a basketball ...

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C.W. Moore Park

C.W. Moore Park is a small special use area located in downtown Boise. A quaint spot to sit and read or enjoy a cup of coffee. C.W. Moore was one of Boise's pioneers. Opening one of the first general stores which would later grow into US ...

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Caldron Linn

At this site near the Oregon Trail, the Snake River is forced through a passage less than 40 feet wide. The Wilson Price Hunt party of 1811 capsized several times here and had to make the rest of their journey on foot. Undisturbed by later farming in the area, ...

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