Boise River Greenbelt

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The Boise River Greenbelt, a 25-mile long bicycle and pedestrian path, links over 850 acres of parks and natural areas along the Boise River. Year-round, visitors can see songbirds, ducks, Canada geese, great blue heron as well as bald eagles in the winter. Wildlife viewing is best in early morning or late afternoon as sunset approaches. There are several developed sites and overlooks adjacent to the Greenbelt for wildlife viewing. Parks along the Boise Greenbelt include Barber Park, Municipal Park, Julia Davis Park, Ann Morrison Park and Kathryn Albertson Park, all offering a variety of recreation activities for visitors.

Boise Parks and Recreation

Things To Know

  • Bikes may be rented from nearby hotels and other locations near the Greenbelt and stand-up paddleboards and other water craft are available to rent for use at the Boise Whitewater Park.
  • Please review trail etiquette before you hit the trail. Click here.

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