1315 Industrial Rd.
Nampa, ID 83687
Phone: (208) 463-6300
Fax: (208) 475-1434
One of the most spacious and "have it all" venue is undeniably the Nampa Civic Center that has gracefully entertained large audiences through time. The huge 42,000 square foot facility is renowned for its fantastic acoustics. Apart from showcasing public performances and shows, it is also offered as an event venue to hosts meetings, gatherings, banquets, trade-shows, concerts and almost any kind of event. Adding to its illustrious nature, is the catering and plenty of ample parking that is made available to all visitors, thus ensuring one and all the perfect experience.
This impressive city-owned recreation center boasts a second floor indoor track, various exercise machines, aerobic classes and lap pool. Built with private and public funds, the recreation center has become a focal point for Nampa, about 16 miles west of Boise. The center offers something for everyone from an indoor climbing wall and basketball courts to a water slide and weightlifting gym. Classes range from spinning and aerobics to ballet and gymnastics.
Located three miles (4.8 kilometers) southeast of the city of Caldwell and approximately 15 miles (24 kilometers) northwest of Boise, the Caldwell Industrial Airport is a public-use airport. They provide services and facilities for mechanics, sky diving companies and many others. There is a cafe on site.
Located in the city of Eagle, Eagle Christian Church strives to be a place dedicated to helping others discover and deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ. Saturday and Sunday services are available, as well as Baptisms and small groups. Check the website or call the office for more information.
Offering classes throughout the day, this exercise facility features aerobics, step aerobics, yoga, sports conditioning, cycling classes, basketball courts, racquetball courts and more. If you would rather exercise solo, then check out the wide range of machines or get in a few laps in the pool. The staff is helpful and there is even a convenient child care facility on site. Daily and monthly passes are available.
Reed Elementary School is located in the town of Kuna, ID, thirty minutes south of Boise. It is the location for the annual Snake River Birds of Prey festival.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Located at the north end of the downtown area, this event facility is home to concerts, festivals, flea markets and more. The Expo is a family friendly location with park areas, gazebos and arenas. The facility is also available to rent and is home to the annual Western Idaho Fair, held in August.
Having been around for over 70 years, the private Hillcrest Country Club provides members and their guests an exceptional recreational experience, along with a range of facilities like golf practice areas, tennis and swimming amenities, formal dining options and banquet rooms that can be hired for private events. Spend a day at this club which offers scenic views of downtown Boise and the surrounding mountain ranges. Call for further details.
Regular commuters greet each other by name on this old-fashioned, friendly and small city bus service. Most of the routes feed through the Downtown Transit Center. Some of the routes, like Warm Springs and Hyde Park, roll through Boise's older neighborhoods for an inexpensive tour. Outside space for bikes is available.
Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church was built in 1951 by immigrants from Greece. Its architecture is influenced by Russian and Middle Eastern orthodoxy. Arched doorways, oil lamps and religious depictions in stained-glass are quintessential of the Byzantine style. This church is a melting pot of Greek culture having played host to liturgical services, spiritual events, food festivals and community activities.
Boise is famous for its outdoor attractions like kayaking, rafting, mountaineering and cycling. An extensive urban trail system called the Boise River Greenbelt runs along the river that the city is situated on. The city also has a thriving art and theater scene, and catching a show is a must-do for any visitor. Some of the more unique attractions include the World Center For Birds of Prey, and Zoo Boise, both of which are concerned with protecting local animal species. An easy place to explore on foot, don't forget to visit the Boise shopping district for any needed retail therapy.