Enjoy the tranquility of nature while still having all the conveniences of being in the city. Escape to our Wood Duck condo, located in prestigious River Run area, and give yourself a retreat for your next vacation or executive stay in Boise. Central to all the downtown activities and yet surrounded by creeks, walking paths, and large mature trees you can work or play then return to enjoy leisurely walks along the Boise Greenbelt or read a book by the fireplace.
Equipped with all the conveniences you will need for your stay including high speed wireless internet, cable TV, fully outfitted kitchen, granite counter tops, a cozy gas fireplace, large flat screen TV, collection of DVDs, and plenty of books to read. A path from the enclosed, private patio leads directly to the Boise River and Greenbelt (see more about the Greenbelt below.)
Sleeping accommodations include a nice sized master bedroom with a queen sized bed, ample closet space, TV, and adjoining bathroom. The upper level is a spacious loft with a second queen sized bed.
Just about everything you would want to do in Boise is in close proximity.
-Boise River is just yards away from your doorstep with direct access to the Boise Greenbelt.
-Bagley Park with playground equipment and picnic tables is a short half mile
with walking/biking paths.
-Downtown shopping, BoDo, theatres, golf, Lucky Peak, Bogus Basin, Morrison Center, Farmer’s Market, Art Museum, Library, St. Lukes Hospital, and Boise State University – you just can’t beat this ‘central-to-everything’ location.
About the Boise Greenbelt
The Boise Greenbelt links over 850 acres of parks and natural areas along the Boise River, including a 25-mile long bicycle and pedestrian path, paved except for a 1.5 mile section from Barber Park downstream. Year-round visitors can see songbirds, ducks, Canada geese, great blue heron and bald eagles in the winter. Wildlife viewing is best in early morning or late afternoon. There are several developed sites and overlooks adjacent to the Greenbelt for wildlife viewing. Along the Boise Greenbelt are Barber Park, Municipal Park, Julia Davis Park, Ann Morrison Park and Kathryn Albertson Park, all offering a variety of recreation for visitors. Boise Parks has a map showing the greenbelt, parks, museums and other attractions.