Boise, Idaho, is the capital of the state, allowing for plenty of tourist activity. Life Care Center of Boise, located near the downtown area, is a perfect location to see all that the city has to offer. For a day trip, we suggest:
- The Boise Greenbelt is a paved path beginning at Lucky Peak Dam and stretching 25 miles along the Boise River to Boise State University. Travelers can explore the wildlife in the area, fish, bike, run or walk along the trail.
- The Old Idaho Penitentiary is an old prison which originally had 14 buildings that famous prisoners and, most notably, a large amount of female prisoners. Visitors can tours the grounds and explore a gun and military museum.
- The Discovery Center of Idaho is a museum where visitors have a chance to explore hands-on exhibits and learn about math, science, technology and engineering in an engaging way. The museums also offers events and learning programs for children throughout the year.
- The World Center for Birds of Prey features a breeding facility for endangered birds of prey and an educational area for visitors. This area includes exhibits on the birds, a library and live demonstrations.
- The oldest park in the city, Julia Davis Park connects many attractions in the area to the rest of the city via the Boise Greenbelt. A number of museums, Zoo Boise, a rose garden and places for people to gather together are also located inside the park.