Boise has a plethora of options when it comes to spending the day bonding with your dog. There are activities that appeal to all sorts of lifestyles, so take advantage of what Boise has to offer. Here are just a few ideas for the next adventure with your four-legged friend.
Take a stroll through Hyde Park / North End
Stroll through the streets and observe historic Boise’s North End. Make your way to Camel’s Back park where you’ll find plenty of grass for your dog to roll around in or chase after a ball plus rails to explore in the foothills. There's almost always an opportunity to meet new people and maybe a new friend for the dog as there are a lot of dog lovers in the North End!
Dry Creek Trail
Roughly 4 miles up Bogus Basin Road on the right side is a pullover that is more often than not full of cars. This parking lot leads to a trail that is worth checking out. This fun and winding trail crosses Dry Creek no less than 10 times, as you make your way up and up into the treeline. With stream access for your dog to drink and located in a little valley, this makes a wonderful hike with great views.
Morris Hill Dog Park
Located at 10 N Roosevelt St just off Americana, this 1-acre dog park is a wonderful place to socialize your dog. The dog park is fenced with mulch on the ground and a picnic shelter for the humans — usually outnumbered by dogs! No matter your schedule, you will most likely end up there at the same time as other park-goers and your dog is sure to make a great friend.
We hope you and your four-legged friend have a great time!
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