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Albertson Family Donates $3.5 Million
Albertson Family Foundation awards $3.5M to Boise River Park...
Release Date: 4/23/2016

GREENBELT SECTION TO CLOSE JAN.12 FOR RECONSTRUCT

Construction at the Boise River Park/Esther Simplot Park beginning January 12 will require Greenbelt closures from Veteran's Memorial Park to the 36th Street pedestrian bridge and closure of the temporary parking lot off Whitewater Park Boulevard.

Release Date: 12/26/2014

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    Welcome to the Boise River Park

    Where is the Park?

    The Boise River Park is located between the Fairview Avenue and Veteran's Memorial Parkway Bridges on the Boise River off of North Whitewater Park Boulevard. 

    Where CAN I park for the Park?

    Parking is now available in the new Esther Simplot Park and the Greenbelt spur between Whitewater Park Boulevard and the Boise River is open.  The temporary lot with 32 spaces opened at the former Bob Rice Ford property along the Greenbelt at Main Street is scheduled to close this Fall and additional parking will be available in Esther Simplot Park adjacent to Idaho River Sports.

    Click here for a site map.

    Waveshaper schedule - click here.

    What is the Park? The Boise River Park is a public park, owned and operated by the City of Boise. It is in the process of being completed.

    Phase I includes the Harry W. Morrison Dam with wave shaper and viewing area off of the Boise Greenbelt, was opened in 2012.

    Phase II, will include features in the river and along the shoreline for 1/2 mile downstream from the dam, will be completed through a generous donation from the Albertson Family Foundation. For more information on the donation - click here.

    The Friends of the Park are continuing fundraising for other projects on the Boise River. For more information, contact us.




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