While Nampa is a self-sustained community, having the bustling city of Boise right next door comes in handy for many residents who commute there for work, school or the abundance of culture and entertainment. The focal point of the state's commerce and government, Boise is Idaho's capital and center of urban culture. Residents and countless visitors enjoy a wealth of outdoor recreational activities, including world-class white water rafting, skiing, snowboarding, golfing, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, camping, and the list goes on. But even if you're not an outdoors enthusiast, the charms of Boise will not be lost on you.
The Boise metro area has a wide variety of cultural attractions, including the annual Shakespeare Festival, Art in the Park and the Gene Harris Jazz festival, just to name a few. Theaters, hundreds of fine eateries, nightclubs, shopping centers, family attractions, sporting and fitness facilities, and so many other elements of leisure and entertainment are at your fingertips in Boise.
The area is also home to a fine school system, including the acclaimed Boise State University, educating 15,000 students each year. People from all walks of life enjoy the quality of life in this high desert meets mountain landscape. The low crime rate, relaxed atmosphere, clean, tree-lined streets, and the majestic views of the mountains draw many future residents and visitors here to Nampa. There?s something for everyone in Boise, and it?s all just 20 miles from your safe, quiet home in Nampa. Who could ask for more?
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