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Discover Boise, ID

In French, “boise” means “wooded” and this is evident in the 25-mile aptly named Boise River Greenbelt, a tree-lined pathway that follows the Boise River as it snakes through the heart of the city. When you book an RV in Boise, you can enjoy this verdant corridor that doubles as your connection to downtown. Walking, jogging or cycling along the Greenbelt, under towering trees with abundant wildlife in sight, you will forget that Boise is the state capital and most populous city of Idaho, and perhaps for this reason, one of the most livable cities in the United States. That impression is strengthened by the fact that Boise has a high rate of bicycle commuters, even as ValleyRide buses take commuters around town. The main artery, I-84, connects Boise to nearby cities like Portland, Oregon, and Salt Lake City, Utah. A five-mile stretch of that freeway called “The Connector” links the interstate to the downtown area.

The Great Outdoors

Idaho is a Rocky Mountain state, so you don’t have to go far to experience the wonderful outdoors with the Boise motorhome rental. Just 10 miles southeast of the city center, along the South Federal Way, are remnants of the historic Oregon Trail which fur traders and eventually settlers used to journey from the Missouri River to Oregon valleys. Follow in the footsteps of the pioneers as they headed west and explore the Oregon Trail Reserve’s many walking paths according to your fitness level. From this elevated point, admire the spectacular views of the Boise Foothills and the Barber Valley.

To see ruts the wagons made as they journeyed west, drive your Boise camper rental to the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, a little more than 100 miles southeast. The real stars here though are fossils of Pliocene epoch horses that allowed paleontologists to conclude that horses evolved in North America. Fossils of over 200 other species can also be found here.

At Craters of the Moon National Park, 80 miles down the same direction, a different experience awaits. Drive the Loop Road with your Boise RV rental to view cinder cones, explore a small portion of the lava field on a paved trail, discover a series of lava tube caves, do some backcountry hiking, or gaze up at the Milky Way, thanks to the park’s newly received status as an International Dark Sky Park.

Head 160 miles east of Boise and combine scenic road views with wildlife watching on your way to the Sawtooths, a mountain range rising up to more than 10,000 feet. Follow Highway 21 with the Boise travel trailer rental and gradually climb to 5,000 feet at Banner Summit, where you’ll begin to see coyotes, elk, deer, and hawks. Idaho City is a perfect place to stop along the way if you wish to learn about Idaho’s Gold Rush in late 1800s.

RV Parks

Within 10 miles of the city center, there are several RV park options for the Boise RV rental by owner. Leafy Mountain View RV Park is the only RV park within city limits and therefore connected to the city’s great-tasting water. Wake up to glorious mountain views, jog around the grass yards, or bike to the Greenbelt. The park offers full hookup sites, coin-operated laundry facilities, clean restrooms and showers, and access for persons with limited mobility. Find a Walmart within four miles and several gas stations less than a mile away.

Boise Riverside RV Park is about five miles away in the opposite direction. You can find water, sewer and electrical hookups, clean laundry and shower facilities, large common areas, picnic areas, bike rentals, river access and propane onsite at animal-friendly Boise Riverside RV Park. You’ll find plenty of restaurants nearby, a couple of golf courses within two miles, and whitewater adventure within 20 miles. The closest Walmart is within four miles, while the nearest gas is within a quarter mile drive in your Boise motorhome rental.

Get closer to the Sawtooths in Ketchum, where you can park at The Meadows RV Park. This park offers full hookups, restrooms, showers, and access to laundry facilities. If you can fill your water tanks or find a dumping station for your wastewater elsewhere, you can stay for a night or more at Craters of the Moon’s seasonal Lava Flow Campground. The views, the solitude and the sheer geology of the area are worth the little sacrifice.

Exploring the City

There’s more to this “City of Trees” than the Greenbelt. As the state capital, most of the museums are located here, and a great introduction to the area is a visit to the Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology. After all, gold was found here in the mid-1800s. The Gold Rush and its resulting fortunes sparked many of the crimes committed by the West’s most daring criminals. Next door, take a look inside the Old Idaho State Penitentiary, which was functional from 1872 until 1973. The Military Museum and the State Museum are also worth a stop to understand the state’s history, nature and culture.

Take a walk around the serene Botanical Gardens or Kathryn Albertson Park, and admire contemporary art at the Boise Art Museum. See raptors in captivity at the World Center for Birds of Prey, or volunteer to band birds at the Intermountain Bird Observatory. With your Boise RV rental parked in a safe campground, hop on the ValleyRide or put the pedal to metal to get to the downtown’s other attractions. Meet animals from around the world at Zoo Boise, and see fish clearly through underwater viewing windows along the stream at MK Nature Center. Don’t forget to drop by at the State Capitol and, if you’re game, ring the bell at the foot of the steps.

RV Rentals in Boise, ID

Boise, ID is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Boise. Outdoorsy's Boise RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Boise are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Craters of the Moon National Monument, City of Rocks National Reserve, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, and Sawtooth National Forest.

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What's around Boise, ID

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Jump Creek Falls Trail Marsing Idaho
Iron Creek to Sawtooth Lake Stanley Idaho
Boise River Greenbelt Trail Boise Idaho
Crestline Sidewinder Loop Trail Boise Idaho
Goose Creek Falls New Meadows Idaho
Red Cliffs Nature Center Trail Boise Idaho
Petite-Toxaway Loop Trail Stanley Idaho
Blue Lake Trail Cascade Idaho
Hulls Gulch Nature Trail Boise Idaho
Table Rock Trail Boise Idaho

Nearby Campgrounds

Boise / Meridian KOA

campground Meridian, ID
As with most KOA sites countrywide, this one in Meridian, Idaho, is well maintained and clean. Close enough to the interstate to be convenient, yet far enough for you to not be bothered by the traffic noise, the Meridian KOA is located in a decent area of Boise, where you can enjoy peace of mind during your stay. Unwind from your journey as you settle your RV or motorhome into one of the 75 foot pull throughs, fitted with all the hookups you need for your stay. Free wifi, cable TV, clean restrooms, hot showers, laundry facilities, an indoor pool and spa, as well as group meeting facilities in a full-service clubhouse are available. As an added bonus, local musicians from throughout the valley meet at the RV park every Tuesday evening for a jam session, and all campers are welcome to participate, or simply enjoy the live music.

Ambassador RV Resort

campground Caldwell, ID
Just off the interstate in Caldwell, Idaho, the Ambassador RV Resort offers quick access and great amenities for all types of RV enthusiasts and campers. The park consists of abundant open spaces with plenty grass in between level, narrow, gravel lots featuring 85 foot short term pull thrus, 75 foot long term pull thrus, and 65 foot back ins which all have regular hook-ups available at the rear of the sites. Each site has a long concrete patio with a table. Serviced by wide paved streets, the Ambassador is located near Idaho's wine country and is only 20 minutes away from the Boise metro area. Boasting a 5,000 square foot recreational hall, clean laundry, spa, sauna and pool area, as well as good wifi and cell phone reception, the Ambassador RV Resort is well maintained, cleaned regularly by maintenance men, and offers the perfect home base for all your activities.

Mason Creek RV Park

campground Nampa, ID
Nampa is one of Idaho?s largest cities, and you can enjoy its ever-changing growth right in the comfort of your RV at Mason Creek RV Park. Nestled just a few blocks away from the historic downtown and with easy access to the Idaho Center for engaging events, this is your destination for both outdoor and local entertainment in this amazingly fun city. Enjoy easy pull-through access for your RV with a grassy lot and picnic table, full bathroom amenities, and friendly management during your short or long-term stay. As you settle in, you will see the beautiful mountains and vast terrain around you inviting you to hike or simply explore. A quick drive on the close interstate will take you to the heart of the city where you can shop, meet the locals, or eat delicious food at nearby restaurants. Whatever brings you to the area, this RV park will make your stay even more enjoyable.

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Recommendations for Boise, ID from Outdoorsy Owners

Awesome bike park to ride around and have a great time. There is a skate park, bike park, BMX track - something for everyone.

Sep 3, 2019

Beautiful lake and lots to do! Hike, raft, play in the water, enjoy the day at at the beach! Maybe rent a boat!

Day trip
Aug 7, 2019

Beautiful park to enjoy the area in. Does have a beach, waterslide

Hiking Fishing Kid-friendly Day trip
Aug 7, 2019

This is a great park! Highly recommend for families. Lots of shade included by the trees. The river is also beautiful.

Local Fave
Jun 13, 2019

Great park for hiking and hanging out. Excellent kid park and lots of shade. Enjoy the river!

Dog-friendly Hiking Sightseeing Good weather
Jun 13, 2019

BFC has great fries and burgers. Try their vegan burger, you will not regret it. And the purple fries ;)

Jun 13, 2019

One of our favorite restaurants in the area. You will love Fork! Great food for every occasion.

Jun 13, 2019

Lovely zoo with lots of animals. Great for families and adults alike. Inexpensive day trip.

Jun 13, 2019

Wahooz is amazing place and super fun for kids and adults. One can spend nearly all day here with all the attractions.

Local Fave
Jun 13, 2019

Amazing waffles with many different varieties. You will love this place!

Local Fave
Jun 13, 2019

Walmart. Huge parking lot, with a lot of food and amenities near by.

Jun 13, 2019

Great campground near Eagle and central to Downtown Boise. Lots of amenities near by including the foothills.

Social Scene Hookups Scenic
Jun 13, 2019

Great campground located near Boise and the best spot for the Western Idaho Fair.

Jun 13, 2019

Boise KOA is a great central spot to a lot of amenities including Wahooz and Downtown Boise.

Jun 13, 2019

This is a great quick hike to see a great view of the mountains and area surrounding.

Jun 13, 2019

Awesome locally owned spot with over 40 Craft Beer Taps. Every Wednesday there is a Trivia and bar games sponsored by local breweries and theres a bunch of giveaways and free sample. Check It out!

Aug 22, 2018