Fall in Boise’s North End

Cover photo courtesy of John Wee –  www.LuckyStudio13.com Boise is nicknamed “The City of Trees” for good reason. It’s a hot spot for deciduous, non-native trees. Oaks, maples, and ash add variegated pops of color to the downtown area, local parks, and the East and North End neighborhoods. The Boise River’s banks and adjoining parks are…

HPSF 2017 Schedule

Hyde Park Street Fair Hours at Camel’s Back Park. 9/15 – 4 pm to 9:30 pm 9/16 – 10 am to 9:30 pm 9/17 – 10 am to 6 pm For breaking news and updates visit the Hyde Park Street Fair Facebook page – click here Be sure to visit Historic Hyde Park during the…

Hyde Park Street Fair

Hyde Park Street Fair Background UPDATE 09/06/2017 Important Reminder: Last year the Boise Police Department began enforcing public parking in the area around Camel’s Back Park. What this means is your attempt to reserve on-street parking with lawn chairs, trash cans, etc. will be thwarted and they will remove the obstacles and may cite you….

Spring & Wildflowers

Being surrounded, as we are in the North End, by Boise’s beautiful foothills, we tend to measure our urban landscape by the hills and plants that surround us. We are resistant to non-native plants, environments that require too much water, and the tendency is to plant native species when possible. Native Plant Appreciation Week is…