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Virtual Tourist Guide to Boise
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Capital City Public Market: Open Saturdays 9:30am to 1:30 pm mid April through mid December

Located in downtown Boise , this public market offers everything from fresh baked bread, organic vegetables, handmade jewelry and crafts to a donut maker and ethnic foods.   There are many parking garages in the area for those driving, or ride your bike on the Greenbelt and take advantage of the bike barns provided for The Market.   For more information visit:  The Capital City Public Market   

Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches:

The Farmstead
:  Open late September through November 1. 
Located just off I-84 at the corner of Eagle Road and Overland Rood Features a corn maze and pumpkin festival, Farmstead offers a variety of activities for all ages.  Check out their calendar of event, group rates, times of operation and educational opportunities at The Farmstead.                                   
Linder Farms: 
Open late September through November 1
Located on South Linder Road 1 mile west of Highway 69 (Kuna/Meridian Highway) between Lake Hazel and Columbia Roads (look for the Big Red Barn). It feature a 20 acre pumpkin patch and 15 acre corn maze and includes a straw bale maze for the little ones, hayrides, petting zoo, pumpkin slingshot, zip line, and for the teen (and terror lovers)—the Trail of Terror and Zombie Acres.  Click for more information:   Linder Farms

Fall Color
:  Approximately mid September to early October
Boise River Green Belt:  Enjoy a leisurely bike ride or walk all on the Boise River Greenbelt which winds its way through 25 miles of prime riparian habitat and majestic , towering trees.  Stop and enjoy a  wide variety of wildlife.  Don’t forget the binoculars!  Nesting boxes installed by the Boise State Biology Department attracts many native bird species.  Bald Eagles are often seen in the area during migration.  You may even spot some very camouflaged Western Screech Owls or Peregrine falcons that are nesting on the building in the area.   For routes and more information visit:  Boise State Biology Green Belt Information  or  Boise River Green Belt
Orchard and Wine Country:
For a day drive AAA recommends a loop drive through the orchard  and wine country around the Snake River west of Boise.  Check out AAA Fall Color Drives  and scroll down to Orchards  & Wine Country for driving directions.

Craft Fairs and Bazaars: 
Click here  Craftmaster News Guide for Artists, Crafters, Entertainers and Vendors for basic information about the location of craft fairs across Idaho.  The promoter’s name, the location of the event and dates are listed.  For more information about times, street addresses and dates, check out our blog (coming soon).