Here we offer you the opinions of people who are purchasing the services of Ann Morrison Park (Tourist Attraction) in Idaho area.
Nowadays this business gets a score of 4.7 stars out of 5 and that score has been calculated on 2333 reviews.
As you can read, it has an average rating is nearly the best, and it is founded on a large number of reviews, so we may be pretty sure that the score is quite credible. If many people have bothered to value when they've done well, is that it works.
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Nice playground, pretty clean, shuttle that goes to barber park so you can float the river.
Great playground area. On the greenbelt where you can swim in the river. Lots of mature trees.
Lots of things for the kids to do while giving the parents some time to relax
A beautiful park right along the river. The baseball diamonds are well maintained, and the frisbee golf is also quite enjoyable. There is ample parking, although the best spots are always taken due to how popular the park is.
Beautiful park along the Boise. We saw folks tubing in from up the river. There is a new dog park called Dog Island where dogs run free and can jump in the water.
One of the biggest parks in the Boise park system, acres and acres for recreation of all sorts. It is also the main pullout for bois Boise river floaters. There's an 18 hole disc golf course, a great playground, alphonso soccer fields, tennis courts and a softball field. The Greenbelt runs right through the park, so you can park there and get to just about anywhere.
The dog park is absolutely wonderful! There are large open grass areas, water for dogs to swim in, and a shy dog area for those in need!
One of the nicer city parks we have found. Highly recommended.
Seems like a nice, open park. I love the idea of a "dog island". Kudos to the designers for that idea.
One of Boise's best parks. Acres of lawn and mature trees. Runs along the Boise River and greenbelt. Has beach volleyball, outdoor gym, playground, softball fields, disc golf, soccer fields, fountain, fishing, walking paths and picnic areas. Best spot to pull out when you float the Boise River.
Great park with a lot going on. River access, greenbelt, fun playground, water fountain, soccer fields, disc golf, and more. We really enjoyed our time.
If you want a fun but cheap date idea, get some cheap bread and go feed the loads of geese. It will be a date to remember and have a happy wallet
On top 3 list of my favorite parks here. Disc golf, dope fountain, good playground for the kids, river access. What more could you ask for??
Nice place. Lot of open space, access to the river, a playground for the kids, and plenty of greenery. Not overly crowded that I've experienced.
My favorite Boise city park . Dog Island off leash park is an amazing dog park.
PERFECT dog park, best one I've been to all around the Country.
O loved it because I got to meet new people
Had a great time at the Glow hot air balloon event. Lot's of open space even with all of the people there watching, plenty of space
Ann Morrison is a nice park. Easy traffic and parking, even on a heavy river float day. Renting the shelter was easy and affordable.
Beautiful place the new dog park is amazing. Had a blast. Tons of area to roam. Others parts of the park are amazing as well. Totally worth your time to go.
Have always loved taking the grandkids to feed the ducks. How ever every since they put the dog park in the ducks are very few. Witness a duck being killed today by a dog the owner was telling him to get the duck. Horrible decision by boise parks. Very disappointed in them.
Super fun place for the kids to run around
Great way to spend some quality time with my furry granddog! He loved the water and meeting other dogs!
Are you kidding me? The new dog island is such a great addition. This make this the #1 dog park from here to Northern California! I'm missing the drinking water for the dogs and maybe put in some fire hydrants ( fake ) so the guys can lift their legs as the trees are mostly protected by large rocks.
The new Dog Park at Ann Morrison is amazing! Very beautiful grassed area and great place for the dogs to swim. Well done Boise
Very nice park the area around the dog park does need to be cleaned up but all around it is nice
Very quite, people need to stop leaving their trash laying around the drinking area, I through mine into the trash cans nearby. Humble people. few if any police around. Only visit on Sundays. Please put the water fountain back in, so we can get a drink and fill up our bike water bottles (I know you took it out because inga abused the privilege during the summer of 2016. She's not around anymore, she is "long gone". Thank you!
Really enjoyed the park. We were there almost every day we were in town. Our three year old crushed the bike path and we liked sitting under the chestnut trees and watching the geese.
Close to everything. Downtown. The river. The greenbelt. Have spent the entire day on the 4th. The fireworks display is amazing.
This is where we exited the river from our tubing adventure. Easy to find, there are clear signs. Easy to get out. While the drivers went to retrieve the cars from the other park, the rest of the family played at the playground. There is also a large fountain, but it is not close to the playground. There are plenty of open spaces for picnicking, sports, etc, and even an official event area. Parking here is free.
We love meeting up with extended family here and having a BBQ and throwing a football around among other sports. Only down side is the geese poop all over, it's ok for adults and older kids but I had my 18 month old daughter and with her still being stumbly it wasn't the best place for her.
The new dog park is wonderful. The have a large area for dogs to play and run; and two water areas where dogs can fetch balls from the water. They require all owners to carry a leash and supervise their dogs.
Boise has the most wonderful parks. The Parks and Rec department does a fantastic job!
We enjoyed ourselves. Also has a trail and playground.
Beautiful large park with room for all activities and river walk
Nice park to walk around and take the kids too. Had a pretty good sized playground too.
This park is wide, open and clean. Well stocked with trees but watch where you step and play because geese are everywhere and the grass is full of poop
A great park, with all the space the dogs can find stuff to do instead of fight.
Love it here, when I can run my dogs. Just adjacent to the new spot.
Hands down one of my favorite parks in Idaho. As long as you don't mind watching where you step because of the geese. There's even a side of the park that is like a dog park. Great place to walk around or have a picnic since it's so big.
Beautiful! We took a walk along the river path and just enjoyed the beauty of nature. There are playgrounds for kiddos and we also noticed a calisthenics area for working out. You can also bring your own inner tube and float down the river. Lots to do if you like the outdoors.
Its a huge park, theres something for everyone and its close to BSU and all the cool downtown events
So today was the first day at the new dog park. Here is what I found. Beware of the gate latches. The way they are set and how they stick out it caught my arm and ripped off about 3 inches of skin. 2nd, the rocks around the entrances to the water for the dogs are larger rocks, big enough to leave holes that are big enough your dog's feet could slip though which could cause broken legs. On top of that these rocks are also at the end off the ramp under water. That ought to be real good should the dogs get their legs caught in those rock's causing broken legs or worse. Be careful at this dog park, I would not call this one dog friendly. Well I'm done, doctor musty called me back, guess I'll see what damage this fantastc dog park caused.
The new dog park is so wonderful! Both times we have been have renewed my faith in dog parks here in the area. No aggressive dogs, owners were engaged and everyone, dogs included, having a great time!
Nice outing to see the Spirit of Balloons. We arrived to packed parking lots but were able to park nearby and walk to see the balloons. Nice playground for kids & lots of open space to watch the waterfowl.
To much bird shut on grass squirl dropping on tables very discusing
A very nice park. I walk by it mostly while on the Greenbelt. Usually many people enjoying it during the day.
Beautiful asset to Boise! Love it. The new dog park is fantastic!
Spectacular early morning sunrise hot air balloon liftoff.
Extremely clean park where you can enjoy events and your family and friends!
Beautiful, well-kept park with a variety of different accommodations to spend good-weather days out in Boise! Festivals, hiking trails, playgrounds, sporting tournaments, concerts, etc all happen regularly here. There is ample parking, and like I mentioned, this park is kept up very well.
Big, well-maintained park, right on the greenbelt. Flippin sweet!
Family gathering was a great success. This park is beautiful.
This is a beautiful Park, with lots of trees, shade, a splash water fountain pad for the children, bathrooms, playground, and seating with picnic tables. It's safe and very peaceful. Lots of people go there on their lunch hour, or to enjoy a quiet day in the park as a family. It's definitely worth going.
Very happy with the new dog area it's a great place!
Wonderful park. My pup loves the dog island.
Ann Morrison park is a great place to walk with a long stretch along the green belt and a lot of trails through the park and on its south side. When I walked there last a section of trail in the SW corner near Americana was closed off.
Spectacular"Night Glow" event in the park this evening! Lovely park next to the Boise River. The 29th Spirit of Boise Balloon festival was amazing. They had 16 hot air balloons filled at the same time, but on the ground. Trivia... Balloons stand 8 stories high. They lit them up all at the same time. WOW!
I LOVE this concept!! All the dogs were having soooooo much fun!! I wish they're were watering stains with clean water... also maybe a little filtration for the water the dogs play in (super icky). We did have fun, and will go back!
We like this park a lot, my daughter's like to ride on the greenbelt. Everybody is pretty decent and considerate of the rules, but like in all public spaces, sometimes you get rowdy people. Interestingly enough, it isn't the people who you'd expect e.i. young guys on skateboards but it's the mid 30-40yr old roller derby group. Just keep in mind if you're riding or walking the greenbelt with young children. The river is near by so people really should supervise their children, sad to say but we've spent time looking for a child's parents more than once.
Awesome park to hang out in with your family and friends even if its at a balloon festival
Ann Morrison Park was great. I got a picture of Elvis's Hot Air Balloon today, it's the last day of " The Spirt of Boise " Hot Air Balloon.
Lots of room to run and really friendly pet owners.
The dog island is a great concept in theory, but there is almost no fresh water to access (just a broken bowl by one of the two entrances) and the dogs are left thirsty from running and playing, and choose to drink from the still pond water. Parasites and disease for dogs are most commonly spread through ingestion of fecal matter containing eggs, which the local fauna and dogs at the park are depositing in the water. I’d love to see some water stations in the center of the park and around the non-moving pond.
First off I'm from Utah, and Utah loves its parks and disc golf and kickball ect. But I was blown away at how good this park was, so much space and so much to do. Parking was a touch wonky, and there was a disc golf tournament going on that day so those not in the tourney where asked to let them play through. So 9 holes took us about 2 hours. But it was still a blast! All the parks along the bosie river are amazing and well worth the effort to bring out the family and enjoy the sunshine.
Very quiet beautiful types of trees and flowers they have a stone made gazebo very beautiful must see to appreciate been coming to this part for 8 years and I still look the beauty of it
Great public park. Frisbee golf, sand volleyball, soccer
Great place to spend the day with the kids. Beautiful trees line the greenbelt it's easy to find a shady place to relax. The fountain is fun too!
Frolf for days or walk the dog. You can't go wrong parousing these vast green fields in Boise.
Loved the playground for kids. Soft bark and lots of things to play on. During the summer months the water fountain is awesome. Beautiful scenery and easy location.
Gorgeous park filled with different things to do. A place for everyone in the family.
Every year they have the hot air balloon festival its definitely very cool to see them in person. Also a great place to come with the family and hangout.
Nice park. Great ponds. Clean
The animal park is a great addition! So much space for the dogs. While there are some dog owners that need to work on their etiquette of picking up after their dogs, it's still pretty darn clean.
A solid disc golf course. Interesting variety of shots. A little too flat for my taste though, so only 4 stars from me.
Really nice except for the
This is a beautiful park! Lots of outdoor enthusiasts opportunities. This is the take out for floating the boise river, if you have two cars park one here first then go to Barber park because the bus can be crazy sometimes. Some good trout fishing can be had here too if you can avoid the floaters. GET THERE EARLY. River gets crowded by 2-4pm.
Huge park, many leagues to join, great dog park inside this park, tons of river front grass as well.
Balloons were fun to see, will go again next year.
One of Boise's great parks. Shuttle from here to float the Boise river! 3 bucks each. Tube rentals at the put in spot.
Beautiful huge park. Plenty of parking. Great events held here too.
Loved it. Nice place for a walk
I love it it is so nice And my daughter is in love whit this place
Fantastic park! Its so open, so clean, and so much fun for everyone! There is a playground for young kids, an off leash area for the dogs, and plenty of spectacular views for anyone just taking a walk. Definitely a must see!
Very clean and no obvious drug use. Dog island was fun to watch. Canadian geese fertilize the lawn. People like to float the Boise River along the park.
I really enjoy the happy hour food and drinks! Love the spicy shrimp, and the steak sliders (watch out for the burger and fries-delicious, but I have never been able to finish it, its huge). Staff and management are invariably courteous and prompt.
Wonderful park with a off leash dog island!! We took our dogs there and they had a great time interacting with other dogs and the people there were dog people. No one was complaining about over energetic puppies or friendly wet dogs. Just good people and dogs enjoying the day. The park also has nice restrooms, a huge fountain, which kids were playing in, and a large playground.
It was great! Very muddy areas near the water edge be careful. Lots of room to run. Be aware of irresponsible dog owners:A lady leftt her dog at the dog park with me without asking to take her other little dogs home because her large breed dog was swimming and wanted to play, it took her maybe an hour to come back, he was playing with my dog, he got out of the water and he was looking all over for his owner, I distracted him by playing ball with my dog, I stopped this other couple to see if they had a phone, they were kind enough to call the number on the tags in his collar. They left a message. Maybe about 10 minutes or so later she was calling her dogs name. He heard her but couldn't see her because she was standing under a tree. I said to him "let's walk", he walked with me but hesitant. He finally realized it was her and she pit a Leash on him and she told me thank you for babysitting my dog, all I could say was " He just wanted to play", pathetic.
Rafted the Boise River with some good friends. Easy flowing, other floaters were considerate, clean, pristine water, and relaxing. The best part, the waters were FRIGID!!
It's an amazing parkx it has plenty of shade and play area for kids and lots of open space for playing games like football, soccer, etc. You can splash around in the fountain. I'm not a big fan of dogs but dog island is good for owners to stay there. Overall great park with easy access and overall ok parking.
My puppy had a blast. Tons of dogs to play with with and has a swimming area for doggos!
I love the huge fountain! Great place for disc golfing and feeding the ducks!
Like all of the parks the recreational aspects are wonderful this park is Stellar one of the best I've ever been in Boise is at the top of their game that is all
Great park near downtown Boise. Lots to do and see, within walking distance wherever you park your car. Very close and/or connected to the Boise River, BSU housing and campus, the greenbelt and more. The park itself is the exit when floating the river in summer with an affordable ride back to the main launch area at Barber Park. Playground, volleyball courts, fitness area's, frisbee golf and nice water feature in the middle of the park.
Beautiful park. Fun disc golf course.
Overall the dog park is nice, but it has a major issue. Along the fence line near the small dog area there is a 1 foot gap between where the fence ends and the river begins. It makes it very easy for a dog to get out quickly! My two huskies found their way out and one was almost hit by a car. I am very thankful for the couple who saw them run out of the fenced area they were able to grab the collar of one and came yelling into the dog park if anyone had two huskies at the park. My husband and I were able to run out of the park and call the one back. I am very thankful she wasn’t hit by a car, but I fear for anyone else’s dog who gets out they may not be as lucky! I write this review in hopes this gets fixed ASAP before something bad happens to someone’s dog!
The balloon festival was awful to try to navigate to and from this park. Thousands of people. Lines 100+ people long for bathrooms and food trucks all around and a sea of people. Most tried to leave at once and there was a stampede for the bridge. No one was hurt but it made for some claustrophobic moments.
The park is always nice and taken care of, bathrooms are clean.
We go to all the events in this park. Love the river access so our dogs can enjoy the park as well.
This park is insanely huge, and has everything that you could think of, so there is no reason not to give it five stars! Went here with my dogs during my first visit to Boise, and it is a great place to walk around and relax. I pretty much just walked around and stayed close to the river with my dogs, but there is tons of stuff to do at this park. We saw people playing disc golf, soccer, volleyball, and riding bikes and skateboarding. Plenty of trash cans and porta potties also, to ensure that all waste goes in its proper place!
Life is what you make it! I always have a blast. Nice Greenbelt trails, water fountain, fields for days, workout equipment and playgrounds.
This is a beautiful place to take your dog! There is plenty of room for all the dogs to play and have fun! I will be taking my dog there every day!
Ann Morrison Park is a very beautiful park to visit by yourself or with your family. I highly recommend visiting this park especial if a festivity is going on such as seeing fireworks for Fourth of July or Spirit of Boise hit air Balloons. The park is so worth visiting for sure.
Ok beautiful. Good disc golf course but they should have a bright flag for hole one. When they change it around. Overall I love coming here. With my family or with s buddy
Beautiful park as long as you dont my the geese
The crowed was very busy but the balloons were amazing
Dog park only review..Great idea...bad layout...terrible smell and mud in areas where dogs get in and out. Areas where dogs can get their feet caught in rocks also...be careful.
so fantastic time boise has beter park for enjoy with family and friends
Great park with plenty of park stuff... Ya know... Trees, picnic tables, fountain, ponds... You get the idea!
Have lived in Boise for over 4 years now but haven't been to this park until today and I have to say I really enjoyed it. There is a cool water feature, a playground for kids, a path that runs through the part to walk or bike on and the park is HUGE so it has plenty of room for everyone!
Can't troll the place at night for dudes because it's against the law. But can't troll the place during the day because you feel like a bunch of families are watching. It's like being at the balcony
We don't have a dog, so I took the kids to Dog Island at Ann Morrison Park. So much fun. Not too crowded, plenty of dogs.
Was a great experience for my 4 year old she loved the hot air balloons
Beautiful clean huge friendly love it my dog loved it
Lovely park to hang with family and friends. With everybody floating the river it is really lively.
We'll keep. Playground for kids. A lot of room. Nice place to picnic
Great park for local events and sports. Safe and pretty. Location is great. Parking is not so good!
Great park. Fishing, dog park, barbecue, play ground, frisbee golf etc.
My family loves Ann Morrison park. Great place to go and the kids love the huge fountain
It is a large outdoor grass area where your dog can run and play catch or mingle with the other dogs.
The giant fountain in the summer is lovely and there is lots of spacious ground. However, there is always goose poop EVERYWHERE you step, and the geese are too numerous. Also, during public events and holidays, it can get very overcrowded. And the parking is NOT enough.
I take my kid here all the time. Great bike path and fun park. It feels safe.
What a neat dog park! Super fun and unique design. Word to those with dogs who are swimmers- gotta watch them or they can swim to the other side. Wearing tall boots for the mud and yuck is a good idea. We can all help our new park stay clean by not only picking up after our pets, but picking up an extra pile too :-) Bag dispensers are there but not always stocked so best to bring a few with you. Such a fun park!
Great park, well maintained, right on River by downtown and the University. Great setup for little old State of Idaho
Awesome for all ages and furbabies. Amazing new dog park by the fountain across the street from Kathryn Albertsons park.
Absolutely gorgeous park! Very well setting and a fabulous place to go for a nice walk!
So beautiful! We loved this park. It's great for a walk, bike ride, lunch, literally all the things! The bathrooms were clean, the area was incredibly well maintained. I will be going back no doubt!
This park is beautiful. A great place to relax, take your dog for a run, ride a bike, run or play sports.
Huge park, lots of room to hang out or hammock. Also great because you can float the river
Have always enjoyed this park but now with the dog park it's so much fun. I can't take my dog because she's too nervous so I go and enjoy watching all the others. I've never seen so many happy dogs! And no one is on their cell phones.
Very nice park to take your family in have a good time.
Nice little park with water features close to downtown... lots of activities. My dog likes to grab the random frisbee rolling by.
Great open area to let your dog off leash. Only reason I give it 4 stars is the area around the water ramps gets rather muddy and there are some guests that don't clean up after their dogs.
Nice park. The day we visited was way too hot but that was the day the company chose to have the picnic. When the trees get bigger it'll be way nicer
Why I ❤❤❤ Ann Morrison Park... #1 It's location is amazing. I live on the Boise Bench so this park is centrally located. #2 No matter how many people are at the park, it's so big that you're always able to find a secluded spot for you and yours. #3 There's something for everyone... a playground for the tiny humans you're raising, the green belt for you to walk and reflect, the duck population to appreciate, and last, humanitarian options. IE: the many less fortunate beings available to receive from giving. And my favorite #4 This park makes you forget that you're in the middle of the highest populated city in Idaho.
Free giraffe sightings if you're there at the right time! This is an excellent park, numerous events could be going on, but it is still very easy to find a private quiet shady park. Miles of paved trails give plenty of room for walks and bike rides. At time you feel like you're in the woods, other times taking in beautiful BSU campus or downtown Boise. A must if you're visiting Boise for the first time.
Always a fun, clean, and entertaining place to go (except where the geese are--super poopers)
The new dog island is our dogs new favorite spot. Lots of bag stations and trash cans for easy disposal.
This is not just a park. Their is a major frisbee golf course. A clock tower. And also float the river. Don't enter the water here because that's the exit. You can park your car take your tube or whatever floating device you have out of the car and take the bus to the starting point. Don't take the city bus ( unless you want to) because they have a bus that comes around every half hour, stops right next to the playground, and it's incredibly cheap
With just a few changes it was the same park I remember from my last visit in 1987
My uncle's wedding was here and it was amazing, beautifull.
We could not get in the park. It was too full. So we drove up on the rim and watched the balloons from above the park. So beautiful!!
Recently ran into a gentlemen at the park. He cane up and was just so excited to be at the park. He had just moved here from Oregon. He was taking picture of the surroundings and asked if this was normal activity at the park. There were so many people doing different activities and enjoying themselves. It was very active he said. He was looking around beyond the park to the foothills and was just admiring the views all around. Boise is such a beautiful and peaceful city to live. So many activities to do, especially outdoor! I encouraged him to go for quick drive up into the foothills and then take a walk, jog, or back the outskirts of town to enjoy the views of our Treasure Valley!
A Beautiful park along the river in downtown Bosie. Nice walking paths and parking areas. A big playground. Lovely large fountain and zoo access.
Beautiful park. The dog park is amazing but needs poop bags for people that don't bring there own.
Love that it has a disc golf course, bummed they took out baskets to make room for a dog park. With all this love for non-humans, no wonder the city cant get people outside being active...the dog park encourages dogs elsewhere. Stepping in dog poop every 5 feet is disgusting, they provide cleanup bags but apparently the park is a free for all now. The playground is nice but it would be better if there was another small playground on the side where the other sports complexes are. This park badly needs a redesign but it's all we've got for downtown Boise and for disc golf! Boise would do well to follow Portland's lead in the parks and rec dept.
Took the family to watch the hot air balloon lighting so pretty the family enjoyed ourselves greatly.
I have always loved this park. It is big, so there is room for everyone. The play area is great for kids.
Ann Morrison Park is best place in Boise for a family picnic and sports. Free parking, dog island, kids play area, cricket and soccer fields. You won't find any other place in city with similar amenities.
Really nice park. Lots of fun events
Grab a coffee, and walk around the park and the greenbelt trail across the river on a crisp fall morning. Best free entertainment in the city.
Huge park with lots happening! Great location being downtown and beside the greenbelt and river. Events happen here such as hot air balloon festivals, concerts, fireworks, river floating, sports, etc.
I've loved this park for my whole life. I've seen lots of changes. It holds dear childhood memories
Writing a review for Dog Island, specifically. It is the best dog park I've ever seen. My dog loves it as much as i do! There are ALWAYS so many pups there and my dog can swim and run and play. We have been almost every day since i found it! I'm in love! Thank you so much, Parks Dept!
I come here for the disc golf course a week ago there was a new edition the addition to being a installment of a dog park taking away a few baskets from the disc golf course itself but Parks and Recreation did great at relocation of the displaced baskets giving us players new holes. Thank you and great work to the city of Boise department of parks and recreation. I appreciate your hard work and keep it up.
Trees are beautiful and there's ducks,geese and squirrels. It's really a pretty park to sit again enjoy nature. There is a river that in the summer time you can float the river and than have a BBQ. You can ride your bike to each park. Ann Morrison park green belt bike and walk path to Julie Davis Park. Nice place to relax.
The trees are in bloom. Great place for families. I would like it if there was more water. The plaza was boring. The dry fountain needs a lot of work. Plain concrete is not the way it should be. Let artists paint murals on it