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CW Moore Park

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CW Moore Park

(208) 608-7644

https://www.cityofboise.org/departments/parks-and-recreation/parks/cw-moore-park/


150 S 5th St

Boise, ID 83702

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Reviews

“Early April is an amazing time to visit this park. The magnolias are in bloom, and are absolutely gorgeous!“

5 out of 5 stars


“Boise's best kept downtown secret! So picturesque!“

5 out of 5 stars


“Best place in Boise to surprise the woman you love with “ will you marry me?” Question. It is a little park and it’s beautiful.“

5 out of 5 stars


“C. W. Moore Park is a 0.28-acre urban park which includes architectural historic artifacts from some of Boise's demolished buildings, i.e. 1. W.E. Pierce Building Turret (1903), 2. Bush Building Entrance Arch (1904), 3. Cast-iron Columns & Streetlights (1880s), 4. Dr. Springer’s Carriage Stone (1890s), 5. A.T. Ellis Building Date Stone (1902-03), 6. Pioneer Building Name Stone (1894), 7. Central School Name Stone (1905), 8. Morris Hill Cemetery Waterwheel. The waterwheel raised water from the ditches and provides the water to a small rivulet which is symbolic of Boise’s early canal system. The park is available for reservation for formal ceremonies. There is on street parking available. It also has bike racks and drinking water facilities. It is a very small park. One day I saw the turret while walking back home. After that I used to go there, listen to the waterwheel and have my lunch. I was very surprised to learn about the artifacts included in the park.“

5 out of 5 stars


“It's tiny. Good spot to rest from a walk-about.“

4 out of 5 stars


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