We love this May weather. The weather is still the perfect blend between spring and summer. We think spending our time outdoors helps boost our overall health and wellness. Some would say that makes for the ideal day!
There is so much to do in Boise, we have a few spots that will make enjoying the sun-filled days that much better:
Esther Simplot Park
Home to Quinn’s Pond, with 23 acres suitable for fishing, wading, or swimming you really can’t go wrong.
Hike Military Reserve
The Military Reserve is home to a bike park, dog park, and 734 acres of land recognized for recreation and wildlife reserve. Explore some amazing views and our beautiful green filled lands while hiking the local trails.
Lucky Peak Reservoir
About a 20-minute drive from Boise will take you to Lucky Peak, the perfect place for swimming, relaxing, paddleboarding, boating, fishing, or biking. Enjoy the sun-filled day while sprawling out on the sandy beaches.
3-day weekends provide the best opportunity to escape the city for a night or a few days! We’ve got 5 beautiful camping locations within 3 hours of Boise that may be calling your name,
Just past Hyde Park you will find Camel's Back Park, known for an abundance of trails and one really big hill. Explore the local trails or play games in the wide grass lot, either way enjoy some time soaking in the sun-rays.
Hike Somewhere New
With extra time on your hands, exploring a couple hiking trails further from Boise is a great opportunity to experience more of the Idaho land. Check out this list of the top 5 trails within a few hours of Boise,
No matter how you like to spend your sun-filled days, remember the importance of social distancing and keeping your loved ones and the community healthy.