Recreational Sports In Boise & Area
If you like to spend your time on the golf course, than the toughest call you‘ll have to make is to decide which of the myriad of Treasure Valley courses you‘ll try first! In Boise alone, there are eight public courses, three with nine holes and five with a full 18 hole compliment. Outside of Boise, there are nine more courses within just a few minutes of wherever you are. So, whether you are this close to making the cut for the PGA, or just a weekend divot maker, this area is custom made for your passion.
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Now that we‘ve got you covered in the spring, summer, and fall, we‘ve got plans for you once the temperatures dip. Once the snow starts flying, there are three world-class ski resorts within two hours of Boise. Just a hour above Boise, Bogus Basin Ski Resort offers 2,600 acres of vertical terrain, in addition to 32 kilometers of cross-country trails. Bogus has a variety of runs for all skill levels, in additional high speed lifts and a tubing hill for unlimited fun in the snow. The resort also hosts mountain bikers, hikers, and picnickers in the summer.
Located to the north of Boise, less than two hours away, are two additional resorts—Brundage Mountain in McCall and the newest luxury resort, Tamarack in Cascade.
If golf isn‘t for you, then chances are you enjoy another kind of outdoor sport. Boise also has a wide variety of facilities designed for sports enthusiasts of all types:
- 24 Tennis courts
- 18 Baseball complexes
- 20 Basketball courts
- 7 Pools (Indoor and Outdoor)
- 6 Volleyball courts
- 4 Horseshoe Pits
All of these facilities are open for public use, although some may need reservations through Boise Parks and Recreation. They also have a system of picnic shelters available for gatherings of all sizes.
Within two hours of Boise, there are also recreation opportunities abound in the Boise and Payette National Forests, as well as the Sawtooth National Recreation area. In the national forest system, there are thousands of miles of trails, all with varying degrees of difficulty but each one with breathtaking beauty.
Opportunities also exist for fishing, water skiing, kayaking, and boating and selected lakes and rivers.
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