About BoiseThere’s a lot more to Boise than just potatoes. Feel free to peel away your fear of heart-racing adventure as you go white-water rafting along the Payette River with Cascade Raft and Kayak. Take to the rapids with a group of friends and feel the rush of rafting as you splash your way throughout the day.
If you’re looking for more of a relaxed day, ride your bike or take a stroll on The Boise Greenbelt, which is located along the Boise River. This 25-mile long pathway takes you through Boise State University, and you can also access Julia Davis Park which is home to the Idaho Historical Museum and the Boise Art Museum.
Located on the banks of the Boise River, Warm Springs Golf Course is the perfect way to bring together golf and the city of Boise. Warm Springs is a great course to bring the family out to as well. They offer a heavily discounted rate on Saturday and Sunday nights where parents can play with their children.
Boise Ranch Golf Course has everything from junior golf and season passes, to one of the longest par 5’s in the entire state of Idaho. Don’t forget to bring your driver.
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