Banbury Golf Club
2626 N. Marypost Place, Eagle, 208-939-3600, banburygolf.com
A beautifully manicured 18-hole option along the Boise River.
Boise Ranch Golf Course
6501 S. Cloverdale Road, Boise, 208-362-6501, boiseranchgc.com
One of south Boise's most popular courses with 18 holes.
Broadmore Golf Course
103 Shannon Dr., Nampa, 208-466-0561, broadmorecc.com
Nine holes for west valley residents.
Centennial Golf Course
2600 Centennial Way, Nampa, 208-468-5889, centennialgolf.net
An 18-hole course with easy access from the highway.
Eagle Hills Golf Course
605 N. Edgewood Lane, Eagle, 208-939-0402, eaglehillsgolfcourse.com
Set on the top of the hills, these 18 holes offer sweeping views.
11102 S. Cloverdale Road, Kuna, 208-362-8897, falconcrestgolf.com
Three courses in one: Robin Hood, nine holes; Championship, 18 holes covering more than 7,000 yards; Freedom, a loooong nine holes across nearly 4,000 yards.
Hunters Point Golf Club
11826 W. Nette Way, Nampa, 208-465-1903, hunterspointidaho.com
Challenging 18-hole course with views of Lake Lowell and the Owyhees.
Indian Lakes Public Golf Course
4700 Umatilla Ave., Boise, 208-362-5771,
Nine holes on the Bench with a view.
Lakeview Golf Course
4200 W. Talamore Blvd., Meridian, 208-888-4080, golflakeviewgc.com
Meridian's original 18-hole course.
Pierce Park Greens
5812 N. Pierce Park Lane, Boise, 208-853-3302, pierceparkgreens.com
Nine holes at rock-bottom prices.
Quail Hollow Golf Club
4520 N. 36th St., Boise, 208-344-7807, quailhollowgolfclub.com
A full 18 holes in the Boise Foothills on this challenging course.
Ridgecrest Golf Course
3730 Ridgecrest Dr., Nampa, 208-899-4650, ridgecrestgolf.com
Traditional links-style, 18-hole course in the middle of farmland.
15711 Horseshoe Bend Road, Boise, 208-939-6699, shadowvalley.com
Beautiful 18-hole course laid out across the Foothills.
Warm Springs Golf Course
2495 Warm Springs Ave., Boise, 208-343-5661, cityofboise.org/wsgc
City owned 18-hole course along the river.
Bowls and rails
Eagle Bike Park, Horseshoe Bend Way, Eagle
Large concrete park with transitions, pyramid, funbox, stairs, handrails, ledges and a snake-run.
Fort Boise Skatepark
Corner of Fort and Reserve streets, Boise
Concrete park with metal coping. Bowls, a pyramid, roll-ins and a spine.
Fourth and Locust streets, Kuna
Concrete snake run and spine leading into a large vert bowl with metal coping.
Pipe Dreams Skatepark
Smeed Parkway and Sky Way, Caldwell
Concrete street course with stairs, handrails and a concrete clover bowl.
1555 W. Front St., Boise
Lots of ledges, rails, steel ramps, a brick bank, a pyramid and a steel half-pipe. It's underneath the freeway to provide protection from weather and is lighted.
Stampede Dr. and N. 11th Ave., Nampa
Outdoor concrete park with rails, pyramids, ledges and quarter pipe.
East Pine and N. Main streets, Meridian
Concrete street course with ledges, funboxes, handrails, three-, seven- and 11-stair sets, and a 6-foot half-pipe.
Respect the powder
Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area
Boise, 208-332-5100, bogusbasin.org
More than 2,600 skiable acres for all. Vertical drop: 1,800 feet.
McCall, 208-634-4151, brundage.com
Famous for its wide variety of runs and its lasting powder. Vertical drop: 1,800 feet.
Twin Falls, 208-734-5979, magicmountainresort.com
Plenty of expert trails to go along with peace and quiet. Vertical drop: 700 feet.
Albion, 208-673-5599, pomerelle-mtn.com
This destination at 8,000 feet in the Sawtooth Mountains features 24 runs and plenty of Nordic loops. Vertical drop: 1,000 feet.
Fairfield, 208-764-2526, soldiermountain.com
Close to Sun Valley, but much more affordable with 1,150 acres of inbound terrain. Vertical drop: 1,425 feet.
Sun Valley, 208-622-4111, sunvalley.com
With two mountains, Dollar and Baldy, Sun Valley continues to dominate with exhilarating runs. Vertical drop: 3,400 feet.
Get all wet
801 Aurora Dr., Boise, 208-570-6980
Lap lanes and a sprayground.
4000 W. Hatchery Road, Eagle, 208-939-0696
The 545-acre park offers a swimming beach.
7929 Northview St., Boise, 208-570-6981
The pool can be rented for private parties.
2250 Leadville Ave., Boise, 208-570-6985
A pretzel and drop off slides.
1601 N. 28th St., Boise, 208-570-6982
Try the 1-meter diving board.
213 E. Franklin Road, Meridian, 208-888-4392
Lap swim at this pool.
1811 Warm Springs Ave., Boise, 208-570-6984
One word: hydrotube.
400 W. Overland Road, Meridian, 208-884-8842,
A true waterpark.
921 S. Shoshone St., Boise, 208-570-6983
Dive in the oval shaped pool.
Up and over
Boise Peak Fitness
308 S. 25th St., Boise, 208-363-7325, boisepeakfitness.com
Take advantage of belay, climbing and classes.
Boise State Campus Recreation Center
1515 University Drive, Boise, 208-426-1131,
Train on boulder, top rope and lead climbing routes.
The Front Climbing Club
3235 W. Chinden Blvd., Garden City, 208-345-7625, frontboise.com
Bouldering gym with 2,000 square feet for climbing.
Out of the ordinary
Ann Morrison Park, 1000 Americana Blvd., Boise,
Play the Italian way in a regulation court.
Ann Morrison Park, 1000 Americana Blvd., Boise,
For lovers of sticky wickets.
Idaho Ice World, 7072 S. Eisenman Road, Boise,
Canada's national sport.