Boise, ID boasts activities year-round. However, now that it’s warming up, why not explore the Boise area parks in your neighborhood? Here is a list of some lesser-known parks that are perfect for picnics, nature walks, and anything else you might want to do in the city of trees.
- Marianne Williams Park: Located in Southeast Boise, Marianne Williams Park offers solitude. This is a dog-free and bike-free park, and offers ponds, benches and walking trails. The park also connects directly to the Boise Greenbelt, making access even easier.
- Catalpa Park: If you are looking for a playdate spot in Northwest Boise, consider this park. Located adjacent to Collister Elementary School, Catalpa Park is a popular destination for children and families.
- Arrowrock Dam: If you’re feeling adventurous, Arrowrock Dam is located just past Lucky Peak Resevoir. Spring is an excellent time to visit the dam, as the water levels are high, making for spectacular waterfalls.
- Molenaar Park: This park seems to offer something for everyone because of its size and amenities. Located 2815 S Maple Grove Road between Victory and Targee, this 20-acre park has a pond, walking path and open play areas.
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