Camel's Back Park is an 11-acre urban park in Boise, Idaho, managed by the Boise Parks and Recreation Department. The park includes picnic tables, play areas, an outdoor gym, practice fields, and facilities for tennis and volleyball.
June 13, 2020
City park offering vistas of the city and the foothills.
June 3, 2020
Short steep walk to the top of the hill gives good views of the city. Very popular park with dogs, frisbee, etc.
Bridget & Brian
February 29, 2020
The best park in Boise.
Lori & Josh
February 15, 2020
Head to Camel's Back Park for some great hiking trails! There is also a great playground for the kids to let out their energy.
“Freak Alley Gallery is the largest outdoor mural gallery in the Northwest. It's free and open to the public 24/7. We also have an Indoor Gallery that promotes our local Art and Artists; all proceeds from sales support the project and keep the lights on. Be sure to visit our website for detailed information on the indoor and outdoor events. You can even watch the progression of this Boise landmark.”
“Another favorite coffee shop. Take a walk a couple blocks from here and hike around at Hyde Park and Camel's Back Park. Get some icecream from Goodies Candy shop on the corner. Great Burritios across the street at Parilla Grill. Cute little trinkets store on the corner called Hyde and Seek. ”