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Ann Morrison Park, Boise

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#13 of 23 in Parks in Boise
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Ann Morrison Park is a 153-acre (62 ha) urban park along the Boise River in Boise, Idaho. The park is managed by the Boise Parks and Recreation Department and includes picnic facilities, bocce courts, a disc golf course, horseshoe pits, an outdoor gym, a volleyball court, a playground, tennis courts, and fields for softball, soccer, cricket, and football.
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  • The annual hot air balloon festival held here was a dream ... lots of space for people to spread out with their blankets and enjoy the magnificent balloons fill with hot air and rise ... The park... 
    The annual hot air balloon festival held here was a dream ... lots of space for people to spread out with their blankets and enjoy the magnificent balloons fill with hot air and rise ... The park...  more »
  • If strolling the Boise River Greenbelt (or simply visiting the city in general), Ann Morrison Park is a perfect place to unwind and connect with urban Idahoan nature. It’s safe, it’s clean, it’s... 
    If strolling the Boise River Greenbelt (or simply visiting the city in general), Ann Morrison Park is a perfect place to unwind and connect with urban Idahoan nature. It’s safe, it’s clean, it’s...  more »
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  • Beautiful evening watching my daughters play in a City Rec women's softball game! The fields looked to be in great shape and grassy areas around the fields were in typical spring condition. My only complaint would be of a small equipment shed that sits next to the bleachers on field 2. This shed blocks the view of the first base, the right field side and 1st base side dugout if one were to sit in the bleachers on the 1st base side. There is enough concrete slab to move the shed back so the view of the right side of the field isn't blocked when sitting on the bleachers. 😟
  • Very nice park near downtown with lots of things to do throughout the year.

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