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Dog Areas in Kuna

10 Parks
1 Eatery

The pawesome town of Kuna, Idaho is full of great things to do for dogs and their owners! This town has 10 parks that welcome dogs, and it also offers dog-friendly restaurants. If your pup needs a check-up, there are two veterinary clinics in Kuna.

If you’re looking for a fun place to take your pup for an on-leash walk, Green Belt is perfect for you. This park has one paved, flat walking path where you can walk your dog. This path goes along Indian Creek, and you’ll get amazing views of the water during your walk. Bring some water and doggy bags, and have fun strolling with your furry best friend here.

Settlers Park is another great place to spend the day with your dog. This park is located 11 miles from Kuna in Boise, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you and your pup can go for a stroll on the park’s flat, paved pathway. This pathway takes you through open fields and past a pond. Doggy bags are available throughout the park, but be sure to bring water with you. You and your dog will love spending the day here!

With its numerous dog-friendly parks and restaurants, Kuna has something to offer every dog. You and your pup will always have a good time in this Idaho town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kuna

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    Population Density 540/sq mi

    #1 Boise Street


    Boise Street is a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood with lots to offer dogs. The neighborhood is home to one park that welcomes dogs on-leash, Bernie Fisher Park. While you’re here, you and your pup can go for a walk through the park’s grassy fields, or you can go for a picnic together at the park’s picnic pavilion. If you enjoy going out to eat with your pup, Boise Street also has one dog-friendly restaurant, Moxie Java. This café welcomes dogs at their three outdoor tables, and they offer over forty coffee blends. They also serve freshly-baked pastries to enjoy with your coffee.  

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,993/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Meridian


    If your pup loves playing off-leash, they’re sure to enjoy spending time in Storey Bark Park. This 2.25-acre park is about 10 miles from Kuna, and it offers separate fenced areas for large and small dogs to play in. The park also has lots of agility equipment for your pup, and it has cute dog-themed street signs. If your dog gets thirsty while they’re playing, a doggy water fountain is available. If you want to get your dog a special treat after the park, head over to nearby Starbucks and get them their own "puppuccino." You and your dog can then enjoy your drinks at one of Starbucks’ six dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 6,031/sq mi

    #3 South Boise Village


    South Boise Village is home to a pawesome park your pup is sure to love, Manitou Park. This beautiful park is located 20 miles from Kuna. The park is right on the Ridenbaugh Canal, and it has a lovely paved pathway that goes along the water. Manitou Park allows dogs off-leash in the northern section of the park during two designated times: between sunrise and 10:00 AM, and from 4:00 PM to sunset. At all other times, dogs are welcome in the park on-leash. If you want to get a bite to eat after the park, head to Idaho Pizza Company. Grab one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy delicious pizzas, wings, Italian sandwiches, and more.

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    Population Density 2,955/sq mi

    #4 Morris Hill


    When you’re in Boise’s Morris Hill neighborhood, don’t make the faux paw of missing Morris Hill Park. Located 17 miles from Kuna, this park offers a one-acre off-leash dog run. This dog run has separate areas for large and small dogs. There’s also fun agility equipment inside the park, including tunnels and ramps. If your pup gets thirsty, water is available. After your dog is finished playing, put their leash back on and take them for a walk on the half-mile trail through the park’s picturesque arboretum. You and your pup will both have a good time walking through this beautiful native tree-filled area.

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    Population Density 5,723/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Nampa


    Downtown Nampa is a commercial neighborhood with a furrific off-leash area, Nampa Dog Park. The six-acre fenced dog park includes separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. The park also has walking trails where you can walk your pup off-leash. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available in the dog park. If you want a pick-me-up after the dog park, head over to Flying M Coffeehouse. This casual café allows dogs at their outdoor tables, and they serve delicious freshly-made baked goods and a wide variety of coffee drinks.

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