Boise City Code requires that dogs be on a leash at all City
Parks & Facilities, unless otherwise indicated. The City of
Boise offers a variety of opportunities for dogs and their owners
to roam freely, including four Dog Off-Leash Parks, six Dog-Off
Leash Areas, and a number of trails in the Boise Foothills. The
four Dog Off-Leash Parks and designated foothills trails are
available everyday from sunrise to sunset. The six Dog Off-Leash
Areas are available for off-leash use during designated hours.
There are also Training and Agility
Grounds available that can be used to conduct training,
classes, and practice with dogs off-leash by permit only.
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want to hear from you.
The City has a number of additional dog parks in the works as
well (Borah, Bowler, and Murgoitio Parks), that will be developed
once funding is available.
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