Fun Free Things To Do In Boise Idaho
Fun Free Things To Do In Boise Idaho
State Capital. Idaho's Capitol Building is the only one in the United States heated by geothermal water.
Art Walk: A tour throughout downtown Boise of unique pieces of art that really liven up downtown. You can pick up a brochure at City Hall or I have included a link in the description.
Brochure of Boise City Art Walk.
Art Galleria Boise State:
Biology Display in their science building
First Friday of every month they have a free astronomy presentation
Boise Green Belt
The 25-mile Boise River Greenbelt is one of Boise's most beloved parks.
Parks. Boise has an extensive park system in the downtown area. Over 5 major parks within 5 miles of each other.
MK nature center. Park with underwater fish viewing areas along a stream & walking paths amid wild birds & deer.
Historic home walk: Warm Springs Avenue and Harrison Boulevard
Anne Frank Memorial: The Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial.
Boise Train Depot: Boise Depot is open Sundays & Mondays (Closed on Legal Holidays).
4K City Walks: Boise, Idaho virtual treadmill walking tour
We visited Boise Idaho for our latest 4K virtual treadmill walking tour. We start out in the hotel district and walk up towards the capitol building, into a nearby residential area with large houses, and then back through the restaurant district.
Boise is a bustling hip city with lots of places to stay, hotels, motels and AirBnBs. There are lots of great restaurants, breweries, and coffee shops. There are bird and Lime scooters all over the place.
We had a great time in this modern vibrant city.
Here are some facts from Wikipedia:
Boise is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Idaho, and is the county seat of Ada County. Located on the Boise River in southwestern Idaho, the population of Boise at the 2010 Census was 205,671, the 99th largest in the United States. Its estimated population in 2016 was 223,154.
Downtown Boise in the fall of 2013
The Boise-Nampa metropolitan area, also known as the Treasure Valley, includes five counties with a combined population of 709,845, the most populous metropolitan area in Idaho. It contains the state's three largest cities; Boise, Nampa, and Meridian. Boise is the 80th most populous metropolitan statistical area in the United States
Accounts differ regarding the origin of the name. One account credits Capt. B.L.E. Bonneville of the U.S. Army as its source. After trekking for weeks through dry and rough terrain, his exploration party reached an overlook with a view of the Boise River Valley. The place where they stood is called Bonneville Point, located on the Oregon Trail east of the city. According to the story, a French-speaking guide, overwhelmed by the sight of the verdant river, yelled Les bois! Les bois! (The woods! The woods!)—and the name stuck.
The name may instead derive from earlier mountain men, who named the river that flows through it. In the 1820s, French Canadian fur trappersset trap lines in the vicinity. Set in a high-desert area, the tree-lined valley of the Boise River became a distinct landmark, an oasis dominated by cottonwood trees. They called this La rivière boisée, which means the wooded river.
Main Street in 1911
The area was called Boise long before the establishment of Fort Boise by the federal government. The original Fort Boise was 40 miles (64 km) west, near Parma, down the Boise River near its confluence with the Snake River at the Oregon border. This private sector defense was erected by the Hudson's Bay Company in the 1830s. It was abandoned in the 1850s, but massacres along the Oregon Trail prompted the U.S. Army to re-establish a fort in the area in 1863 during the U.S. Civil War.
The new location was selected because it was near the intersection of the Oregon Trail with a major road connecting the Boise Basin (Idaho City) and the Owyhee (Silver City) mining areas, both of which were booming. During the mid-1860s, Idaho City was the largest city in the Northwest, and as a staging area, Fort Boise grew rapidly; Boise was incorporated as a city 156 years ago in 1863. The first capital of the Idaho Territory was Lewiston in north central Idaho, which in 1863 was the largest community, exceeding the populations of Olympia and Seattle, Washington Territory and Portland, Oregon combined. The original territory was larger than Texas. But following the creation of Montana Territory, Boise was made the territorial capital of a much reduced Idaho in a controversial decision which overturned a district court ruling by a one-vote majority in the territorial supreme court along geographic lines in 1866.
Boise has a semi-arid continental weather climate, with four distinct seasons. Boise experiences hot and dry summers with highs reaching 100 °F (38 °C) eight days in a typical year and 90 °F (32 °C) on 51 days. Yet because of the aridity, average diurnal temperature variation exceeds 30 °F (17 °C) in summer. Winters are moderately cold, with a December average of 30.7 °F (−0.7 °C), and lows falling to 0 °F (−18 °C) or below on around three nights per year. Snowfall averages 19 inches (48 cm), but typically falls in bouts of 3 inches (8 cm) or less. Spring and fall are mild. Autumn is brief; spring is gradual. Extremes have ranged from −28 °F (−33 °C) on January 16, 1888 to 111 °F (44 °C), as recently as July 19, 1960; temperatures have reached −25 °F (−32 °C) and 110 °F (43 °C) as recently as December 22, 1990 and June 28, 2015, respectively. Precipitation is usually infrequent and light, especially so during the summer months. It averages approximately 11 inches annually.
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Ocean Fun and Top Tier Shopping in Carlsbad, California
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Carlsbad's mild weather and stunning beaches make it one of the best places to visit in California year round. The seven miles of surf, sand and sun makes for endless outdoor activities. Soak in the sun, catch some waves or stroll along the shore. You can always count on Carlsbad's beaches for ocean fun anytime of the year!
If its natural beauty you're looking for, 40% of Carlsbad's land has been reserved for open space, which has resulted in miles and miles of walking trails along the rolling hills, and its three lagoons. City parks are also central to Carlsbad's quality of life. Carlsbad has 31 parks with a range of amenities located throughout the city, so visitors are sure to find something for everyone!
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MACK Rides: Explained
MACK Rides is a family-run German amusement attraction manufacturer, famous for their large portfolio of theme park products. The company is the accumulation of over 235 years of rich history and innovation; resulting in the production and installation of over 120 roller coasters around the world. In this video, we'll learn all about how the manufacturer progressed to become on of the key leaders of the amusement industry today, by exploring the company's past history and attractions.
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The State Of West Virginia, USA - Unravel Travel TV
The scenic rural state of West Virginia with its abundance of natural resources provides a perfect backdrop for a true American adventure holiday. Driving tours lead to quaint B&Bs and renowned warm hospitality, breathtaking landscapes carve routes for mountain biking, motorbike journeys and RVs exploring state parks. The camouflaged tracks of the many hiking trails and fishing areas display the natural beauty while championship golf courses, ski runs and white water rafting offer seasonal sporting activities.
Offering unique Appalachian culture, John Denver's ballad adequately describes its state's country roads, dramatic scenery at every turn and the spectacular kaleidoscope of colour in the Autumn. It is a state which is 80% forested, with 7 state forests, 36 state parks and 200,000 acres of protected woodland parks interlaced by 2,000 miles of rivers and streams. Accommodation ranges from log cabins, motels, guest houses to the historical Greenbrier Resort, favoured by Presidents.
West Virginia boasts seven wonders of the natural world, from beaches, waterfalls, high plains plateau to river and mountain trails, rock formations and gorges. There are several lake beaches offering swimming and boating in lush green settings. The 2,700-acre Summersville Lake and 1,500-acre Sutton Lake are great for mountain biking and hiking trails. Walkers can follow the Gentle Trail at Blackwater Falls State Park for a great view of the state's largest waterfall at 63-feet and one of its most photographed spots. Named for its amber-coloured water, the falls spill into the Blackwater Canyon and great for hiking and biking.
The New River Gorge is the perfect landscape for rafting, rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking along one of the world's oldest and scenic white water rivers. The second-tallest bridge, the New River Gorge Bridge is close by. A visit here can be elevated by taking a walk on this 876-foot-highNew River Gorge Bridge catwalk for stunning views of the gorge from one of the top ten steel structures in the world.
Dolly Sods is a 4,000-foot high plains plateau in the Monongahela National Forest. Here blueberries and huckleberries can be picked and where mountain laurel and other flora bloom. Hike or ride horses along the trails near West Virginia's highest point, Spruce Knob. From its observation tower at 4,863feet, there are great views.
Walk the moderate Seneca Rocks Trail up to the summit for amazing scenery atop the 900foot rock formation overlooking the confluence of Seneca Creek and the North Fork South Branch Potomac River. The Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area offers world-class climbing, mountain biking and hiking. Or for a more relaxed pass-time, there's fishing for bass or trout at one of the state's many fishing hot spots: Williams River, Cranberry River, Cherry River, Cheat River, Birch River and Beech Fork Lake.
West Virginia is convenient to reach from Washington Dulles Airport, being just over one hour's drive to its eastern panhandle where Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is located, the heart of civil war history in this state, when back in1863, West Virginia became the 35th State in the Union, the only state born out of the Civil War and today celebrates its culture, beauty and independence.
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Idaho Coeur d'Alene & Hiawatha Bike Tour
Come to Idaho for some of the most incredible rail trail riding in the country: the famous Route of the Hiawatha and the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene. You’ll get to check these two Rail-to-Trail Conservancy’s Hall of Fame trails off of your bucket list!
The Hiawatha treats you to 10 tunnels, including the famous 8771-foot Taft Tunnel, and 7 steel trestles – one of which is 220 feet high. Stunning scenery and grand vistas await!
The gorgeous, paved Coeur d'Alene Trail begins in the historic Silver Valley, and continues along the Coeur d'Alene River past sparkling Lake Coeur d'Alene, through rolling farmlands to Plummer.
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Best Western Plus Northwest Lodge ID - Boise Hotels, Idaho
Best Western Plus Northwest Lodge ID 3 Stars Hotel in Boise, Idaho Within US Travel Directory This Best Western is about 8 km from downtown Boise, Idaho’s capital and largest city.
The hotel offers a free shuttle to and from Boise Municipal Airport, which is less than 10 minutes away.
Best Western Plus Northwest Lodge has rooms with a work desk and a refrigerator.
All rooms have free Wi-Fi and cable TV with HBO.
Breakfast is served and newspapers are provided every morning at this Boise Best Western.
The hotel has a 24-hour indoor pool, fitness center, and hot tub.
A business center with free printing, photocopying, and faxing is also available.
Northwest Lodge Best Western is conveniently located near Interstate 184.
The Idaho State Capital and Boise State University are just over 10 minutes away.
Julia Davis Park, home to Zoo Boise, the Boise Art Museum, and the Idaho Black History Museum, is about 15 minutes away.
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Quality Inn St Robert Missouri
Quality Inn St. Robert Missouri
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Newly remodeled hotel with all the amenities to make your stay pleasant. You'll get more than you expect when you stay at Quality Inn. One of the industry's oldest brands, Quality Inn is the mid-priced hotel that consistently provides guest essentials in a helpful, accommodating environment. In addition to welcoming accommodations at a great value, our hotel offers a relaxing night sleep on one of our signature Quality Sleeper beds by Serta®, free high-speed Internet access, free local calls, fitness center, indoor heated pool and business center. Ironing boards and coffee makers are in all rooms with refrigerators and microwaves in selected rooms. Complimentary breakfast with hot and cold bar including freshly made waffles. Guest laundry and same day dry cleaning service/pick up available. For your enjoyment there is an outdoor paved walking/biking trail. We are conveniently located near Ft. Leonard Wood Mo Military Base