Welcome to Boise – 3 Must-Sees in Boise, Idaho

If you are looking for houses in Boise, Idaho, it is likely you are planning a move to the area.  Boise is a great place to live and there are many things to see and do in our beautiful city and the surrounding areas.  If you are new to the area, or looking to relocate, you will want to know of some of the must-see attractions to visit once you are here.

#1 – The Boise River

The Boise River is a beautiful site and a great place to spend some time especially now, in the heat of the summer. With inner tubing, rafting, canoeing, and kayaking available, there is no shortage of fun and adventure on the Boise River.  If exciting on-the-river adventure is not for you, there are many riverside places to visit to spend some quiet time with friends and family and see the sites. For information on Floating the Boise River and other activities on the River, visit the City of Boise website.

#2 – The Bruneau Dunes State Park

Another must-see, located just southeast of Boise, Idaho, is the home of the tallest sand dune in North America, Bruneau Dunes State Park.  Highlighting the 470-foot high sand dune towering above the Snake River close to Indian Cove, Idaho, Bruneau Dunes State Park is a wonderful place to spend the day. Whether you enjoy bird watching, hiking or just checking out the observatory, there is something for the whole family at Bruneau Dunes State Park. For directions and activities, visit there website.

#3 – Bronco Stadium

Whether or not you are a football fan, the Boise State University stadium is the home of the Bronco football team and home of the world’s only blue football field.  Located on the Boise River, the campus also sports foothill views and recreation for everyone.  Check out their website here.