The Fun Never Ends in Boise:

The West’s Best-Kept Secret

Boise may be known for its famous potatoes, but there is so much more to this vibrant city. The food and art scene is thriving, with delicious restaurants fused with local art popping up all over town.

The 25-mile, tree-lined Boise River Greenbelt runs through the city, offering stunning views of the Boise River and foothills. And outdoor enthusiasts will love exploring Boise's nearby mountains and lakes for endless outdoor adventures. There are so many incredible things to do in Boise.

Getaways to and from “The City of Trees” are easier than ever, with 26 direct flights from cities across the US and 200 days of sunshine. Over 1 million visitors are flocking to the city, eager for a getaway full of fresh air and adventure.

Boise River Greenbelt

Many hotels offer complimentary bikes for touring around Boise, or you can pick up one of the many electric scooters parked throughout the city and safely explore in one of the many bike lanes.

You can find incredible flavors at trendy restaurants like Juniper or have a unique dining experience at Fork restaurant, where many of their key ingredients are sourced from local Boise and Northwest suppliers.

Enjoy The Boise Culinary Scene

Explore The Art Scene in Boise

Freak Alley Gallery is an open-air mural gallery located in Downtown Boise between 8th and 9th streets and Bannock and Idaho. It is the largest such gallery in the northwest. 

Bogus Basin is a mountain biking hot spot in the summer and a wonderland for skiing and snowboarding in winter. Bogus Basin’s highlight is a ride on the historic mountain roller coaster.

Take a Ride up To Bogus Basin

Check Out Idaho Craft Breweries

This state is the number one barley producer in the US and the second in hops. With over 55 craft breweries in Idaho, you will surely find a beer that will satisfy your taste buds.

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