With the sage-covered, open-pathed foothills to the north, and the rapid, often raft-filled Boise River to the south, Northeast Boise is a premier East Boise setting for hiking, biking, fishing, boating and more. With easy access to Idaho Shakespeare Theatre, casual local dining at Lucky 13 & Coffee MIll, the Greenbelt, and the Boise River. Northeast Boise is home to many popular neighborhoods such as Harris Ranch, Harris North, El Paseo, River Heights and more.
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Northeast Boise is located East of downtown Boise and encompasses the prestigious foothills neighborhoods of El Paseo, Wildhorse Ranch, Terra Nativa and the majestic and historic homes lining Warm Springs Avenue, as well as the Barber Valley and Harris Ranch developments, River Heights, all north of the Boise River. It’s close proximity to the Boise River, Boise Greenbelt, and our beautiful Boise Foothills are, in large part, what makes this one of the most sought-after areas to live in the Treasure Valley. Harris Ranch has become an increasingly sought-after area to live in Northeast Boise. The saying, “there’s something for everyone” is really applicable. With a diverse range of homes, from smaller, single-level ‘patio’ style to larger two-stories with yards to expansive homes with views to a state-of-the-art senior living facility, the area appeals to young couples, growing families as well as retirees.
You know who else enjoys the foothills and the Boise River? Our wildlife! In fact, the Boise River and Boise Foothills corridor is critical to the well-being and migration of area wildlife. Therefore, efforts are underway to protect the wildlife habitat and migration corridors for our furry and feathery friends. Whether walking, hiking, jogging, biking, or just appreciating the views, and an occasional visit from wildlife, all of these neighborhoods are Boise gems and treasures of our Valley.
Northeast Boise is home to miles of outdoor recreation from running, bike riding, or walking the 25-mile-long Boise River Greenbelt to hiking and exploring the endless foothills trails. Kristin Armstrong park is a shady 28-acre park on the banks of the Boise River where many Boiseans can be found walking their dogs, playing with their kids, enjoying the nature preserve and all of the beautiful views along the greenbelt. Foothills East Park is approximately 8 acres and is a more natural area putting you at one of the entrances to the heart of the Boise foothills. Warm Springs Park is a 19.4-acre community park that includes a native plant garden. Popular trails in NE Boise are Table Rock which features challenging hikes and stunning views, Shoshone-Paiute Tribes Loop, Rock Island, and Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Trail.
You’ll never be bored, whether enjoying local wildlife, beautiful views of the foothills and Boise River or actively biking, hiking, rafting along them – there’s something for everyone here. Love to hike? Enjoy several trailhead entry points to Boise’s amazing and extensive Ridge to Rivers foothills trail system. Take in a golf game at the Warm Springs golf course, then pop over to Harris Ranch’s Lucky 13 restaurant for some great food and drinks on the patio or go next door to The Stil, changing the way ice cream is enjoyed - with beer and wine pairings, affogatos, handmade ice cream sandwiches, and a large variety of delectable frozen treats including non-dairy/vegan options, custom-crafted dairy ice cream, and booze infused flavors, all made with many locally sourced ingredients. You’ll also love close by Boise’s Shakespeare Festival, outdoor concerts and nature events at the Botanical Gardens, restaurants, retail and the Library at Bown Crossing, and you’re just minutes away to downtown restaurants, shopping, Boise’s Art Museum, Discovery Center and football, basketball and concerts at Boise State University venues.
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