Dogs can be off-leash at all three units of the park until May 1, 2021
Springs Shores hours are currently sunrise to sunset. Beware of mud, as a dozen vehicles have become stuck in recent weeks, and no assistance is available on site.
The Sandy Point gate will be closing at 9pm weekdays and weekends.
Located just 8 miles southeast of Boise, Discovery Park is a great place to picnic, fish, and relax among the magnificent trees and the rocky canyons which offer beauty and solitude.
This section of the Boise River is an excellent flat water area often visited by canoeists and kayakers. You will usually see waterfowl, song birds, and our resident owl during the summer while bald eagles are common in the winter.
Discovery is an excellent place for dogs to play! Please clean up after your pet (doggy bag dispensers are located by the dumpsters) and please keep your four-legged friends leashed when not playing in the water.
Hours of Operation
Open sunrise to sunset year-round.
What’s at Discovery Park?
- Picnic tables
- Group shelters
The sheltered picnic pavilions are perfect for hosting family reunions, weddings, receptions, or corporate parties. Shelters can be reserved starting at $50 a day for up to 100 people (plus $7 entry fee for those without the park passport). Please call (208) 334-2432 for reservations.
Additional Guest Fees:
– For parties between 101 and 200: $100
– For parties 201 and over: $200
All groups over 100 will need to submit a Group Use Permit.
Address: 74 Arrowrock Rd
Boise, ID 83716
Phone: (208) 334-2432
Hours of Operation: Discovery and Spring Shores: sunrise to sunset, daily. Sandy Point: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. People and property must leave at closing.