Idaho Attractions April 30, 2017
You’ll Love This One Awesome Activity In Idaho And It Won’t Cost You A Cent
Now that spring has sprung in Idaho, it’s time to get outside and have some fun! Here’s an activity that won’t cost you a cent.
You'll find the Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center on 600 S Walnut Street in Boise. Admission is free!
Learn all about the habitats here by reading the interpretive signs.
Take a stroll along the Streamwalk.
It takes you to the viewing bridge at the pond.
Check out the beautiful waterfall along the creek.
You'll even see a real beaver dam.
See fish up close at the underwater viewing windows.
Watch for wildlife! You'll see it everywhere.
The flowers here are simply beautiful. This is Syringa - the Idaho State flower.
At the Visitor Center, you'll find plenty of displays to help you learn more about the plants and animals in this pretty area.
Visit the Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
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