Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Where is Boise?

Adapted from the Boise Valley Economic Partnership pamphlet

The Fellowship sits on roughly four and half acres of land, fifteen minutes from downtown Boise, near the Boise River and its 25-mile long greenbelt connecting the park system with the Ridge to Rivers trails. Our address is 6200 N. Garrett St, Garden City, Idaho, where we've been since 1998.

Boise has non-stop air service to all major cities on the west coast, the pacific northwest and the intermountain west. Outdoor pursuits exist in perfect sync with city life. In just minutes you can escape to float a river (or surf a wave at the Boise River Park in the middle of Garden City), ski at Bogus Basin, boat, hike, bike and more. Boise is quickly becoming a hub for sports fans, too. Home to the famous blue football turf of the Boise State University Broncos, we also have minor league baseball, ice hockey and basketball teams. You can go to a rodeo, golf, play soccer, tennis, softball, cricket, frisbee golf, take a bike ride through the city or a mountain bike ride into the foothills.

The "City of Trees" is full of recreation, culture, food, and family fun. With a delightful four-season climate, Idaho’s capital city sites at the base of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains along the clear Boise River. There's more information about our city and the region on the Boise & Idaho page, with links to explore your areas of interest.

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