The Boise River Greenbelt flows side by side with the Boise River among colorful trees, and scenic views, connecting the city of Boise and neighborhoods with the business district. Flowing along the city north to south, the trail connects neighborhoods with parks and the Lucky Peak State Recreation Area.
The 46-mile trail is most popular for its scenic views, wildlife and access to popular parks and recreation sites. Hiking, bicycling, and walking without the hassle of motorized vehicles.
The trail is mostly paved except for a one and half-mile section from Barber Park downstream.
Accessing the Boise River Greenbelt from Bond Hotel and Extended Stay is easy. Numerous places, including the following parks have access to the Greenbelt: Ann Morrison Park, Riverside Park, Baggley Park, Shoreline Park, Bernardine Quinn, Veterans Memorial Park, Riverside Park, Warm Springs Park, Bown Crossing, Willow Lane, Julia Davis Park Athletic Complex, Municipal Park.
Payette Brewing Company a 13 minute walk.
Stage Coach Theater a 19 minute walk.
Cinder Winery a 24 minute walk
Ann Morison Park a 34 minute walk
Kathryn Albertson Park a 34 minute walk.
AEN Playhouse a 34 minute walk.
Veterans Memorial Park a 34 minute walk.
Boise Trolley Tour a 41 minute walk.
Boise Art Glass a44 minute walk.
Idaho State Capital Building 2.7 miles.
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