BOISE, IDAHO – Where wilderness and adventure are only minutes from an energetic downtown with gourmet restaurants, funky local shops, and craft breweries galore. It’s a city where a river runs through it, dirt trails are out your front door and live theater performances are an Uber ride away.

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The North End is Boise’s historic treasure and is comprised of many of the city’s older homes and quiet neighborhoods near downtown. It’s known for its tree-lined streets such as Harrison Boulevard and the Historic Hyde Park District with boutiques and popular eateries. Residents look forward to the Hyde Park Street Fair each year located at the locals favorite Camel’s Back Park.

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The Bench, as locals call it, offers some of the best view of Boise in that it sits about 60 feet higher than Downtown. It’s generally an older residential neighborhood with a strong sense of community, oldschool culture and hipster vibe. The Bench gets its name from the sudden rise, giving the appearance of a step, or bench. It is home to the Boise Union Pacific Depot, offers easy access to the freeway and downtown, and overlooks beautiful Ann Morrison Park.

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Garden City is a 4.2-square-mile urban enclave surrounded by the City of Boise on the north, east and south and the City of Eagle on the west. The Idaho State Capitol lies 1.6 miles east. The foothills and mountains of the Boise National Forest outline the sky to the north and east. They provide an ever changing backdrop to the city with a clear view of the 7,582-foot-high Bogus Basin Ski Resort just 18 miles away.

Learn more at https://gardencityidaho.org/ or https://adacounty.id.gov/assessor/other-important-links/

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