Dog walking in Nampa

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My name is Brittany. I am an active young adult living in the Southwest Boise. I grew up with all different kinds of dogs. My best friend was my Dalmatian, Lucy, which I had from two months old til I was fifteen. I have been the one in my family who loves to interact and play with dogs. I am currently a proud owner of a miniature Aussie. I love walking around the neighborhood and/or hiking with my dog. I have been walking dogs since 2017. I am studying to get I to veterinary.

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Can run with dogs, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

Hi! I'm Gabby and I'm a pet sitter, walker as well as a music therapist (for humans). In my experience, I’ve cared for big dogs, small dogs, and puppies. I currently own a rescue pup and I understand that some dogs will have different needs than others. I live in Boise, ID and look forward to meeting you and your best friend!

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Dog Walking in Nampa

Nampa, Idaho is a great place to live or visit if you have a special four-legged friend in your life. From spacious dog parks to beautiful trails, Nampa’s pet-friendly attractions make this big town a pooch paradise.

The Nampa Dog Park covers a whopping six acres! That’s much bigger than most other town dog parks. In the coming years, the park will feature a doggie swimming pond, although it currently has tons of other amenities, like shade areas, drinking water for canines and humans, benches, and lots of parking. The free park is open from a half-hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. There is a small dog section for small or shy dogs. The park is a gem in the area, and is visited by many people from Nampa and the surrounding towns.

The Stoddard Pathway is a 2-mile paved path that begins on East Iowa Avenue and travels to the Ridenbaugh Canal. Locals love this trail, which is suitable for dog owners looking to see some of Idaho’s rural beauty. Keep in mind that the trail allows equestrian users, although horses are not allowed on the paved path and must stay alongside the trail on the dirt.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nampa

City Limits

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,889 per sq. mi.

City Limits

48

The Amity Dog Park in Nampa attracts visitors from all around Idaho. Occasionally, an out-of-state visitor can be spotted at this very pawpular place! The large, grassy fenced area with a separate space for smaller dogs gives dogs time and freedom to run and play. This dog park is not just a piece of flat terrain. It has hills to roll on, and there are trees planted within the enclosure. Dogs can even get wet, too! The park includes access to a small pond and several creeks. On a hot summer day, that is just what the vet ordered! The park includes a hose to clean up after play so you don't have to worry about muddy pawprints on your car seats. Benches for the human companion are nearby. A walking trail around the park gives you and your dog the opportunity to exercise together.

Meridian

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,217 per sq. mi.

Meridian

36

Just a short 10 miles east of Nampa is the town of Meridian. The Storey Dog Park at 430 E. Watertown Lane  in Meridian gives dogs a chance to meet and greet their Nampa neighbors in the usual dog ways. This park is 2 ½ acres of enclosed grass, with a separate area for smaller dogs.  This park has all the amenities, including water, waste stations, and benches for the human companion. There is a walking trail for dogs and humans to exercise together. The City of Meridian and local animal groups often host their events at this dog park. It is not unusual to spot foot trucks or hear some music in this pawesome park!

Boise Bench

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,365 per sq. mi.

Boise Bench

24

The metropolitan areas of Boise are just a 22-mile drive from Nampa.  The Boise Bench neighborhood is the pawfect place for a dog to visit. Typical of other neighborhoods in Boise, there are many dog-friendly activities and places for a dog and human companion to explore. On that list is Morris Hill Dog Park, located at 10 N. Roosevelt. This one-acre fenced area has a mulch surface, but greenery abounds in the surrounding areas. Agility equipment is just one of the amenities available at this dog park. The park also has water, poop stations, and places for humans to sit while supervising their friends at play.


Franklin Randolph

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,320 per sq. mi.

Franklin Randolph

12

The Franklin Randolph neighborhood in Boise is less than 25 miles east of Nampa. Franklin Ralph is one of many other neighborhoods in Boise that welcomes dogs in a big way. Pine Grove Park is in this neighborhood. This park, located at 8995 W Shoup, has a an enclosed area for dogs to run leash-free. This entire park is scheduled for a big renovation, so improvements are in the works here. Currently, there is no water provided here. There are “mutt mitt” dispensers for easy cleanup, and a few areas for a person to sit and watch their dog.  This one is worth coming back as it grows and improves!

West Valley

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,320 per sq. mi.

West Valley

0

The West Valley is one of many neighborhoods in nearby Boise.  This area is 25 miles east of Nampa. Dogs and their people rise and shine to enjoy some off-leash running at Redwood Park on Shamrock Rd. This 7-acre park has many walkways and green areas for that early morning dog to enjoy until 10 AM. If you overslept, the off-leash fun starts up again at 4 PM. and continues until sunset. This park expects all dogs to be polite while off-leash, and for pet companions to clean up after their furry friends. There are many waste stations along the paths and in the park. This neighborhood values cleanliness, so keep it clean! A visit to Redwood Park is an awesome way to start or finish the day with your pup.

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