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Trip Location Information for AB Site Leaders: Boise, ID

This LibGuide is organized by trip location for use by current AB Site Leaders. Within each location tab, SL's will find ideas for activities to do and places to go with their trip group during free time.

Free Time Ideas

1) Table Rock: a mountain pillar at the foothills of the Boise range of the Rocky Mountains. Located close to downtown, Table Rock is a perfect place to take a low impact hike that offers sweeping views of the city. 

2) Freak Alley Gallery: a free outdoor art gallery with an array of constantly changing murals located in downtown Boise. 

3) Boise Fry Co. or Westside Drive In: located in the capital of the potato state, both reasonably priced eateries specialize in making the perfect French Fry. Westside Drive In has been featured on Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives show. 

Trip Focused Ideas

The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial: Located right off of Boise's vast Greenbelt park system, this statue of Anne Frank is the only human rights memorial in the US. It is free and is a nice area for the group to come together and have a conversation/reflection about refugee resettlement or human rights as a whole.