The most Haunted places in Boise, Idaho (that you can visit today)

The most Haunted places in Boise, Idaho (that you can visit today)

Although Boise’s history is much newer than many eastern states, there are still hundreds of years of buildings, people, and culture in the city. Because of this, there are plenty of haunted places in Boise, many of them you can visit today. Click the links...
Where to find the best ice skating in Boise [schedules & photos]

Where to find the best ice skating in Boise [schedules & photos]

If you were to visit Boise 25 years ago, there would have been very few options for ice skating (actually, none). If locals wanted to ice skate in Boise, they would have had to take a trip out of town — usually to Sun Valley, Idaho. But now there are plenty of places...
Where to play hockey in Boise: Youth and adult hockey leagues

Where to play hockey in Boise: Youth and adult hockey leagues

If you were to visit Boise 25 years ago, there would have been very few options for ice skating (actually, none). But now there are plenty of places to ice skate or play hockey in Boise — we have three sheets of ice — and there is even a pro hockey team in Boise. Here...
Visiting the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise

Visiting the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise

The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise is a unique monument in a picturesque setting. The memorial is dedicated to human rights, with information about many different historical stories. Boise Parks and Recreation maintains the memorial, which is also run...
Visiting Boise State football field’s blue turf

Visiting Boise State football field’s blue turf

Boise State University and Boise State football are known for the 2006 Fiesta Bowl, Coach Pete, and especially their blue field — or, smurf turf, as some call it. The Boise State Football field actually has a really interesting history and is a fun place to visit in...
Visiting the Boise Rose Garden in Julia Davis Park

Visiting the Boise Rose Garden in Julia Davis Park

The Rose Garden in Boise’s Julia Davis Park is a treasure not many cities have. It is located near Capitol Boulevard in downtown Boise, near Zoo Boise, the Idaho State Museum, and Boise Art Museum. The Rose Garden is a popular destination for weddings in Boise,...
Family-friendly fun: Visiting Roaring Springs and Wahooz

Family-friendly fun: Visiting Roaring Springs and Wahooz

Roaring Springs and Wahooz are the a perfect family-friendly places to visit in Boise — actually Meridian, Idaho. Whether you are just visiting or are a lifetime resident, Roaring Springs and Wahooz are fun for kids and adults alike. Roaring Springs Roaring Springs is...
Visiting Boise’s Freak Alley: An entire block of public art [photos]

Visiting Boise’s Freak Alley: An entire block of public art [photos]

When visiting Boise, Freak Alley is a must-see. Freak Alley is a fairly new addition to the downtown Boise, Idaho area, but has quickly become important to the public art in the city. The alley is actually the largest outdoor art gallery in the Northwest, according to...