basically the weird people come out over here, not much else like it in Boise, if you went to feral house over break inbox me because we probably caught up.
The grounds keeper is a creeper. He likes to ride his four wheeler and try to zig zag through your dogs. He yells at you if your dogs are not on a leash right outside the water. He is uber weird. Don't go there alone if you are a woman, he tries to intimidate you and it feels like he might be a bit off....
The Storey Bark Park is a fully-fenced 2.25 acre dog park located in Meridian, Idaho, at 430 W. Watertower Lane.
It features a safe leashing/unleashing area, separate large and small dog areas, shade shelters, a restroom building, water fountains, agility playthings, paved pathways, a variety of ground covers, benches and picnic tables, bike racks, fire hydrants, dog-themed street signs, fire hydrants, ample parking and more!
Storey Bark Park, a project of the Meridian Parks and Recreation Department, will be open daily from sunrise to sunset (beginning August 13, 2015). Admission is free.
Site was advertised as location of specific park yet I cannot find it in this site.
Please fix and put Optimist park on your site I came to play disc golf and cannot find it here in mountain home. I'll just head back home.
It could have been fun.
We love having the Boise River Park available virtually every year and all year long. It has been a great addition to the community and a focal point for urban surf, SUP and kayaking throughout the region. The Phase II fundraising is underway too! It will add so much to this area of Boise and solidify Boise as the heart of #idahoriverlife. For more about how you can help visit: http://www.boiseriverpark.com/riverlife/Th…
I found this park online and decided to book it for a baby shower. The website says the park fee is 50 bucks so it was comparable to booking a park through Boise parks and rec... or so I thought. The week before the party (after sending out the invites with the location) I drove up to look at the space and the attendant at the gate informed me that all of my guests will have to pay a 5 dollar parking fee when they come. I know it doesn’t seem like much but when you're talking about 30 guests and probably that many cars, that's 150 bucks! I hadn't informed my guests in the invite to bring money to park so now we're doing a parking tally and I'm going to foot the bill. Had I known this when booking the site I would have just booked it somewhere else and saved myself some serious cash. I talked to the "manager" he was pretty unapologetic about the whole thing even though he's the one I booked it with over the phone and he didn't inform me of the parking fee on top of the rental fee at the time of the booking. They didn't offer a discount or anything. Horrible customer service, horrible website and overall horrible experience. Thanks for making the baby shower so special Idaho Parks and Rec.
I love cycling and always wonder that if i could be the good cyclist but for cycling we need space and proper place where we can freely perform cycling
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awesome good stuff Being home Cant wait to do it a gain see all them brews the babes say hi to bob my personal faveorite was the wasatch brew Them Utards make some delicicious beer
awesome man good beer kicks ass my favorite was brewed by the utards at wasatch mmmm.mm cant wait to come home again see bob and and all them babes and brews
Boise's favorite park and home of the Hyde Park Street Fair, YMCA Duathlons, sledding, walking and the gateway to Hull's Gulch, trail walking and mountain biking. It's also a stones throw from Hyde Park and is a favorite destination for all Northender's at heart. http://www.northend.org/content.asp?cat=8&…
It's great! Specially that it was operated by a women.
Hyde Park is home to great, local and independently-owned businesses that are predominantly owned or operated by women - For more information about Hyde Park and the Northend in general visit http://www.northend.org
So Close to my house! The kids are going there daily and riding the jumps. I ride the Beginner DH line, and run the dogs on the trails every morning. The skills park is cool and gets me ready for more advanced trips to Black Rock and Oregon trails.
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