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All reviews snake river green belt nice walk japanese garden walking path nice area lds temple beautiful spot bike ride farmers market great place to walk both sides across the street west side take pictures all ages freeman park
I thought the Idaho Japanese pavilion was a masterful design of natural rock - lava and aged trees and flowing water. There are two wooden decks overlooking the river. The cool breeze of water from a small waterfall cools the area under the pavilion. There...More
I live here and love to bring the grandkids here or come with my hubby or friend's. Do many wonderful improvements have been made to the greenbelt. You can now walk several miles around several parks along the river. Bike riding, roller blading, running, walking...More
We walked along here in the early evening on a travel stop over and thoroughly enjoyed! Lots of families out enjoying the scenery as well. The scenery is beautiful but definitely man made influences (not all natural).
A very nice peaceful place to explore with the family, with plenty of places for the kids to explore. You must keep an eye on young children as there are places were a child could fall into the river. We also went back a month...More
The Snake River Greenbelt is one lone and ever-changing park. It is full of new ideas in the park benches. The raw power of a river is on display at the city center end with the generating plant that is so well designed that you...More
Skip an I-15 gas station or rest stop and take 3 extra minutes to hit up this easily accessible park. Parking was easy (with travel trailer) and this was a great place to stretch our legs, walk the dogs and enjoy a picnic lunch before...More
Response from Fishinggall49 | Reviewed this property |
There are some spots for fishing along the Snake River. I have only seen one or two people. I would suggest you go out of the city limits a little further down the river. The Greenbelt is more for walking around.