Looking for things to do in Boise?
These event calendars show things that are going on in Boise.
A list and map of public parks can be found here.
Public pools are a great, inexpensive way to cool down in the summer! A list of public pools can be found here.
Zoo Boise is a great place to spend some time and see animals from around the world. The zoo is located in Julia Davis Park and you can learn more about it here.
Idaho Botanical Garden
The botanical garden has thousands of plants on 30 acres in Boise's historic district. The gardens are a peaceful and beautiful place to visit, and the garden has several events and celebrations throughout the year.
Learn more about the Botanical Garden at their website here.
MK Nature Center
The Morrison Knudsen Nature Center offers a unique wildlife experience along the Boise River Greenbelt. The StreamWalk and Visitor Center show Idaho's many landscapes and abundant wildlife. Underwater viewing windows along the stream walk give visitors a fish-eye view of the world.
Learn more by visiting their website here.
Boise GreenbeltFeel like going for a walk or riding your bike? The 25-mile Boise River Greenbelt is one of Boise's most beloved parks. The tree-lined pathway follows the river through the city and provides scenic views, wildlife habitat and pedestrian access to many of the city's popular riverside parks. The Greenbelt also serves as an alternative transportation route for commuters.
To see a map of the Greenbelt and learn more about it, visit its website here.
Boise has several wonderful museums to visit. Most have reasonable entrance fees and some have free days.
World Center for Birds of Prey
The World Center for Birds of Prey sits on a scenic hilltop in Boise, Idaho. The 580-acre campus has many species of bird to see and includes an interpretive center, breeding facilities, a research library, and more.
To learn about the World Center for Birds of Prey, visit its website here.
Idaho Ice World
Boise's ice skating rink is fun for the whole family! They have special discounts on Wednesday evening and on Sunday. They rent ice skates so you don't have to own skates to participate.
For more information on the ice skating rink and costs for skating and renting skates, visit their website here.
Looking for things to do in Twin Falls?
Below are some links to help guide your Twin Falls recreation!
A list of Twin Falls public parks and trails can be found here.
Community Swimming Pool
The YMCA is a great place to go for a swim, any time of the year! Learn more about the Twin Falls community swimming pool here.
Twin Falls Golf Club
This course features 18 holes, a driving range and a club house for those who want a nice relaxing day of golf! Basic information about the facility can be found here.
Also know as the Niagara of the West, Shoshone Falls is a must see! Learn more here.
Dierkes Lake Climbing
Beginners to experts, this is a perfect place to perfect your climbing skills. Find out more details right here.
Hands On Pottery Studio
A great place for families and friends to create their own art! Learn more on their website here.
For all you dare devils out there, Twin Falls offers you the Perrine Bridge, where BASE jumping is allowed year round! Learn more about this extreme sport here!
College of Southern Idaho Basketball
The CSI basketball team is at the top of their division and every game offers a bit of electricity and excitement for all you sports enthusiast. You can find out about the team and their upcoming games here.