Let Your Dog Loose In Boise

Your furry friends have plenty of options for running out all of their energy around town. Boise has excellent community parks, trails, and space for the whole family to enjoy the great outdoors. With National Dog Day coming up, plan to get your doggo off their leash and running around with some other furry friends. 


Morris Hill Park – 10 N Roosevelt St, Boise, ID 83706

This central location is one of Boise’s most popular dog parks! Open from sunrise-sunset, this dog park has a perfect fenced-in area that’s great for playing off-leash! Enjoy the picnic area while your pup enjoys the agility toys and fire hydrants.


Manitou Park – 2001 S Manitou Ave, Boise, ID 83706

In Southeast Boise, this 5.1-acre park has plenty of room for dogs (and grownups) to play. During the off-leash hours (sunrise to 10 am and 4 pm to sunset), expect to see a lot of activity around this vast park. 


Military Reserve Flood Basin Dog Park – 750 N. Mountain Cove Rd, Boise, ID 83702

This huge open space offers a 10-acre off-leash park – open daily from sunrise to sunset. Plus, if you and your dog are up to it, enjoy some off-leash trails around the Military Reserve. It’s an excellent place for outdoor recreation for all of our two and four-legged friends. Bring plenty of water as there isn’t any available onsite. 


Cypress Park –  4382 S Tableridge Way, Boise, ID 83716

In this park north of Columbia Village, your pups can enjoy 1.4 acres of off-leash space before 10 am and after 4 pm. There’s also a walking path along the Boise Front if you’re not ready for your doggo to go off-leash.


Storey Bark Park – 430 E Watertower Ln, Meridian, ID 83642

If you want to visit a place that’s really gone to the dogs, Storey Bark Park is where you should go! This 2.25-acre, fully-fenced dog park has separate spaces for both large and small dogs. Humans have shelters for shade and picnics, water fountains, benches, and plenty of parking. Dogs can enjoy different terrain, toys, and more at this popular spot in Meridian!


Before the cold weather sets in, get outside with your pets! This season is a great time to make sure their tags and microchips are current as well. Plan an exciting day for your four-legged friends for National Dog Day on August 26th!

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