Welcome to Our Community
In southwestern Idaho, 20 miles west of Boise at the base of the Boise Mountains, is Nampa. Nampa is the second major city that comprises the Boise-Nampa metropolitan area and is one of the largest cities in the state. Nampa is a lovely place to live due to its mild climate, family-friendly nature, and a wide variety of outdoor activities to take part in.
There’s Lake Lowell, perfect for boating and fishing. This nearly 10,000-acre reservoir is part of the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. But the city also has 24 other parks for residents to enjoy as well. Nampa has two city-run golf courses, Centennial and Ridgecrest, as well as a recreation center with six pools, three gyms, a climbing wall, and space for a variety of other activities, like racquetball and running.
Nampa has plenty to do when it comes to events. The Ford Idaho Center is a group of entertainment venues in Nampa that host a variety of concerts, sporting events, and the Snake River Stampede Rodeo each summer. Part of the complex is the Idaho Horse Park, which is used for horse shows, and the Sports Center, where you’ll find track and field competitions for the Boise State University Broncos. For those with an interest in local history, the Train Depot, built in 1903, has been preserved as a museum that tells of Nampa’s rich agricultural history and the influence of the railroad industry. And the Warhawk Air Memorial gives a fascinating history of American military aviation. For wine lovers, there’s the nearby Sunny Slope Wine Trail, perfect for a peaceful weekend getaway.
Historic Downtown Nampa is both quaint and vibrant. This walkable area is home to Nampa’s Farmer’s Market, a public library, and a variety of art galleries, restaurants, entertainment venues, and specialty shops.
Many of the neighborhoods in Nampa are planned communities with three- to five-bedroom homes. The sparsely suburban feel makes Nampa a popular place to raise a family.
Just minutes away from downtown are Franklin Village and Brookdale Estates. Both neighborhoods are close to the College of Western Idaho. These neighborhoods are also convenient in their proximity to the Idaho Center, golf courses, and several shopping centers.
The Copper River Basin neighborhood is easily accessible to many amenities, including parks, grocery stores, and schools, but it also maintains a country-style feel with lots of open space. Many of the homes in this area are new construction.
The cozy Meriwether Park and Southern Ridge are neighborhoods near Lake Lowell, as well as other parks, walking trails, and a disc golf course. Homes in these neighborhoods have large lawns.
If you’d like to learn more about Nampa, let us know! We’d love to show you around and help you find your dream home.