The first park in the String of Pearls along the Boise River, Julia Davis Park is a nature-filled cultural touchstone in the heart of Boise. Stroll its verdant paths and visit the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Black History Museum, or the Boise Historical Museum during your visit. The Boise River Greenbelt runs through the park, and guests can browse the park's statues, enjoy river access, a beautiful rose garden and playground.
Entrance to the park is free
8 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday
Food & Culture Festival
Movies Under the Stars
First Thursday Tours
Idaho Black History Museum
Boise Art Museum
Idaho Historical Museum
Paddle Boat Rental
Idaho Rose Society
Is there transportation around the park?
A bus route runs throughout the park, taking guests to points of interest including the Rotary Mall, Greenbelt, Pioneer Village, Boise Trolley Tours, Boise Art Museum, Historical Museum, Rose Garden, Julia Davis Memorial, Boat House, Playground, Julia Creek, and Discovery Center.
what kinds of family activities are there?
The park's Quest for the Golden Apple is a fun activity for families, starting at the Broadway Bridge with clues that lead all over the park, along 13 stops. Guests can learn about the history of the park and the Davis family along the way as well as some fun facts about apples.