Foxwood Cottages, Boise, Idaho
Located around the corner from the cottages The Co-op is a place that’s more than 40 years old, and is about as fresh and homegrown as it gets. The Co-op was founded in 1973 by health-conscious individuals searching for nutritious, great-tasting food at a reasonable price. Since then, we've grown into a community of more than 24,000 co-owners and have become a reliable resource for fresh, delicious foods.
North End Historic District
Simply the best place to spend an afternoon sightseeing, shopping, or just relaxing in a coffee shop or park, the Northend offers pedestrians and bicyclers an eyeful of historical and natural beauty. It is renowned for it's trees, flowers and dozens of parks. It is known as the gateway to the Boise foothills, Bogus Basin Recreation Area and home to Hyde Park over on 13th St.
The Foothills and parks.
Boise is home to many parks and fantastic hiking trails. One is Camel's Back Park. The site was acquired by the city of Boise in 1932. Trails such as the Grove and Lower Hulls Gulch are the starting point for some of the 180 miles of Ridge to Rivers trails in the foothills. Hikers, mountain bikers, dog walkers, runners, and horseback riders enjoy the trails in this area. Common wildlife seen throughout the year in Hulls Gulch includes great horned owls, kestrel, coyotes, mule deer, red fox, and species of snakes and lizards. Enjoy!
Downtown Boise is the dynamic, prosperous and vibrant urban center of the Treasure Valley. Business services, retail shops, restaurants, theaters, art galleries and event facilities are weaved among office buildings, historical buildings, residential units, parking and open space—all combining into a rich urban texture. There’s something for everyone. Boise’s parks and trail system are world class, offering gentle garden strolls, biking trails, rigorous climbs and glimpses of wildlife and city lights … all within steps of Downtown Boise’s cafes, shops and theaters.