Hot Springs - There are so many natural and commercial hot springs that surround the Boise area, that all you need to do is make your list of what ones you want to check out most and start crossing them off your list. Maybe even more so than Winter, Spring is the perfect time to hike in and explore a natural hot spring.
Zoo Boise - More than a zoo, Zoo Boise has goals towards helping with the rehabilitation of animals and also educating the community about animal conservation of wildlife worldwide. A Totally Boise Tip is to go on Thursday’s for discount admission day.
Hike Stack Rock - For those of you looking for more than an intermediate or beginner hike not far from town, Stack Rock might be just the trail for you. It is 8.2 miles and is rated as a moderate hike, where dogs are welcome!
Sawtooth Weekend Trip - Do yourself a favor and go see Redfish Lake, located in the Sawtooth mountains for a glorious weekend getaway. People even venture out in the winter for camping trips there, but come spring might be easier for those that aren’t as experienced.
Golf at Warm Springs - As the weather starts to get nicer, what better way to get back outside then going to hit some golf balls at the in-town course located on the end of Warm Springs? Special prices are offered for affordable family golf as well.
Chinden Wine Tour - Lucky for all you vino lovers, there is a series of wineries along Chinden road that make it the perfect route to have a wine tasting tour with all your friends. The five we recommend checking out are all within 2 miles of each other. Cinder Winery, Split Rail Winery, Syringa Winery, Telaya Wine Co., and Coiled Wines are all must-stop spots.
Treefort Music Fest - March means one of everyone's favorite months for the city of Boise because of Treefort Music Festival. Treefort is a 5-day music, art, food, tech, story, kid, and comedy festival for all ages.
Shoshone Falls and Caldron Linn - Located on the Snake River, Shoshone Falls is truly a site to see. One of the main attractions for the falls is Caldron Linn which is a 25-foot waterfall, and because of the all the melted snowpack during the Spring months, it is supposedly the best time to venture out and see it.
The Ridge to Rivers Trail system in Boise Foothills - You’ll always wanna check if the conditions are too muddy, but if you’re in the clear the trail system in the Boise Foothills is perfect for going out a jog our mountain biking trip with your friends. Go here to find out more about the trail system: https://www.ridgetorivers.org/
Photo Credit: Zoo Boise
Photo Credit: Treefort Music Fest Boise