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Boise, ID | Best Local Parks to Visit Year Round

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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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