Kathryn Albertson Park, Boise
Kathryn Albertson Park, Boise - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1001 N Americana Blvd, Boise, ID 83706, USA
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Kathryn Albertson Park, Boise
A splendid park spread over 41 acre lush green landscape and rich in wildlife and natural beauty. The park is adorned with clean paved pathways and gorgeous gazebos making it one of the most happening places in the city to come with your friends and have a nice time. The park was built for Kathryn Albertson, the wife of Joe Albertson, founder of Albertsons chain and has various highlights including a beautifully built fountain and various pounds nestled between lovely trees. Don’t be surprised to come across deer, herons and as such as the place is home to a variety of birds and animals too. Visit the place to spend some nice quiet time with yourself and enjoy the tranquility that it brings with it.
Kathryn Albertson Park Information
- Dogs are prohibited from 1 March to 30 June. On other months, they must be kept on leash.
Kathryn Albertson Park Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Kathryn Albertson Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Open from Sunrise to Sunset.
- Can be visited in the mornings as well.
How To reach Kathryn Albertson Park by Public Transport
- Bus Station: Americana @ Ann Morrison Park
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Nice park. It is designed to make you feel as if you were in the wild. There are places where you can observe the ducks in their natural habitat. Nicer quite place good areas to mediate or just unwind.
Beautiful park with lots of options. We would definitely visit again. It is a very popular park to go to.
Very nice park in heart of Boise. Always beautiful but fall is best. I have seen deer, rabbits, turtles, and thousands of ducks and geese there.
There park is so quiet you can hear a pin drop during the day. There still dogs that come here and last time I checked there was no dogs allowed.
Been walking there for 20 years, variety of features depending on one's frqency. Deer, fox, cats, chickens, skunk, badger, and nice people. Some walking their animals. Normally only those with well-mannered dogs use this park. Behavior depends how small they are! Two restrooms for walkers! No bicycles! One can use three different paths with a number of sitting areas. Lots of geese, and a few duck species. Loads of plants, shrubs, and many native plants.