After living in Boise for a while, it may be hard to think of new activities to try outside of your little bubble. Cue Josh Cormier of Weichert, Realtors® - Property Hunters! He is the perfect person to help you branch out to new communities. With his charismatic personality and extensive knowledge of the Boise Metro area, he is sure to help you find the perfect community for you —whether you’re looking to move or just spend some time exploring a new area.
To kick off the winter season, Josh shares six fun activities to do in the Treasure Valley!
1. JUMP Slide
Open Tuesday-Friday from noon to 1 PM, you've got to experience the five-story JUMP slide at least once! Aside from sliding into the weekend with JUMP, they are constantly hosting public family-fun events.
2. Boise Art Glass
Have you ever wanted to try glass blowing or have been curious as to how it's made? Boise Art Class has classes and studio tours throughout the year, guiding you to find your new passion! If you're more interested in purchasing local art, Boise Art Glass has products for sale and they also create custom orders.
Photo Credit: Boise Art Glass
3. Old Idaho Penitentiary
Dating back to 1872, the Old Idaho Penitentiary is filled with historical and haunting stories. While many Idahoans experience visiting the Old Idaho Penitentiary at least once, they are constantly getting new exhibits and sharing more stories so it might be time for another visit!
4. Boise Murals
Some might say Freak Alley was the origin of Boise murals! Whether or not that is true, since Freak Alley was established, Boise has been consistently popping up with amazing murals around town. Grab a hot cup of coffee and wander around to find your favorite mural in town!
Read more photo-worthy spots here: Idaho Spots That Are the Perfect Photo Backdrop
5. The Flicks
You know those movie trailers you always see that say "Now playing in selected theaters?" but can never find where they are playing––good news, you can probably find them at The Flicks! The Flick is known for showing independent, foreign, art films along with the best Hollywood movies. They also offer adult beverages, burgers, salads, espresso, and of course, popcorn and candy can be purchased before you settle into your seat waiting for your show to begin!
Photo Credit: The Flicks
6. Gateway Parks
Want to get outside this winter but don’t want to make a long trek? Then head to Gateway Parks! A short drive from Boise, Gateway Park is located in Eagle Island State Park and is a must-visit tubular tubing experience for all ages! Gateway Parks has four lanes for you to slide solo or with friends!
Read more here: Gateway Parks Ultimate Tubing Experience
Not only is Josh a rockstar Real Estate Broker, but he wants his clients to know all of the amazing activities they can enjoy in their community. Whether you are moving to Boise or anywhere else in the Treasure Valley, Josh will help you find your perfect community filled with activities!