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The Boise River Greenbelt follows its namesake river among towering trees, connecting downtown Boise with neighborhoods and the business district. Leading out of the city both north-west and south-east, the trail connects suburbs with parks and the Lucky Peak State Recreation Area.
The 46-mile trail is one of the area's most popular for its scenic views, wildlife and access to popular parks and recreation sites. In addition it provides a non-motorized corridor for commuters and passes by the university campus.
Most of the trail is paved except for a 1.5-mile section from Barber Park downstream. In Eagle, a new bike-ped bridge was constructed across the Boise River, connecting two sides of the trail.
Access the Boise River Greenbelt from numerous places, including the following parks:
Ann Morrison Park (1000 S Americana Blvd)
Riverside Park (7559 W Riverside Dr)
Baggley Park (1411 E Parkcenter Blvd)
Shoreline Park (1375 Shoreline Dr)
Veterans Memorial Park (930 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, Boise, ID 83703)
Warm Springs Park (250 S Marden St)
Bown Crossing (3183 S Temperance Way)
Willow Lane (4623 Willow Ln)
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