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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blacks Creek

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #1 Blacks Creek


    Blacks Creek has a small population, but a lot of land to make up for it; this community is located near Interstate 84, Boise airport, Boise National Forest, and Lucy Peak State Park. The Boise River Greenbelt is part of the nationwide conservancy project known as Rails-to-Trails that takes unused, dilapidated railroads, and transforms them into neat walking trails! Lucy Peak State Park and Boise National Forest both allow on-leash, well behaved dogs that are cleaned up after to enjoy the scenic views, nature and other fun activities and amenities that are provided. 

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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Boise


     Just a short 11-mile jaunt north of Blacks Creek, the community of Southeast Boise has plenty of shopping, dining and access to beautiful local parks. Cypress Park’s 7.3 acres of land allows on-leash dogs to enjoy the park anytime it is open. From sunrise until 10 AM, and from 4 PM until sunset, the park designates 1.4 acres to be utilized as an off-leash dog park! Like Cypress Park’s off-leash time designation, Manitou Park operates in the same way; it allows dogs to run around uninhibited from sunrise to 10 AM, and again from 4 PM to sunset. Leashed dogs are allowed anytime the park is open. 

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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 4,256/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Boise


    Boise, Idaho is one of the largest locales in Idaho, making it a fun hub for dining, shopping and entertainment easily accessible from Interstate 84 and Interstate 184, and a short 15-minute drive from Blacks Creek. The Morris Hills Park is a fun, off-leash 1-acre dog park that features benches, and a picnic area where you can chow down and socialize while your pup plays and exercises! Manitou Park designates 5.1 of their 11 acres for off-leash dog fun between sunrise and 10 AM, then again from 4 PM until sunset. On-leash dogs are always welcome to walk the grounds when they are open to the public. 

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  4. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 4,484/sq mi

    #4 Cloverdale

    Located 21 miles north of Blacks Creek and conveniently off Interstate 84 and Interstate 184, Cloverdale provides plenty of shopping, dining and lodging options. Nearby Redwood Park allows dogs to romp around uninhibited by leashes in all zones of the park except for the parking lot and playground during the designated hours from sunrise until 10 AM, and from 4 PM until sunset. Pine Grove Park encourages dogs to have safe, off-leash fun in this fenced-in dog park that offers benches, trees, and a waste station. Another great off-leash option is Storey Bark Park where your pooch can play off-leash in their fenced in 2.25-acre dog park that comes with a separate area for large and small dogs, agility courses, and drinking fountains!=
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,853/sq mi

    #5 Quail Ridge

    Nineteen miles north of Blacks Creek, Quail Ridge is conveniently located near community golf courses, schools, and outdoor recreation. Sunset Park is 10 acres of concrete footpaths, and large open lawn areas that on-leash dog are welcomed to roam; for off-leash dog friendly entertainment, 4.3 acres have been selected to let dogs play off leash with each other from sunrise to 10 AM every day. Castle Hills Park has a similar setup as Sunset Park bysetting aside 2.2 acres of designated space for dogs to be off leash from sunrise to 10 AM. However, unlike Sunset Park, Castle Hills Park does allow dogs to be off-leash again from 4 PM to sunset.
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