About the North End
Living in the North End of Idaho means being a part of a community rich with wildlife and Idaho history. The North End is home to the Capitol, Downtown Boise and numerous parks. While the rest of Boise is growing, the North End stays true to its historic roots and offers plenty of modern day attractions.
Living in the North End Idaho
The North End has 12 parks. Camel’s Back is the most noteworthy park in the North End. The park has access to the local foothills and is the go to destination for viewing fireworks.
There are eight elementary schools, two junior highs, one high school and five private schools located in the North End. The Children’s School is the first to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified. This means that the Children’s School conserves energy, money and encourages recycling among other things.
Another great thing about living in the North End are the attractions. The Idaho State Capitol is open to the public, so plan a visit to see the beautiful stone structures and landscapes. A key feature of the North End, Harrison Boulevard is full of historic and spectacular homes that become a destination during Halloween.
The North End is home to the Hyde Park Street Fair, an annual event held in September.
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