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  • Writer's pictureJenna King


Summer is in full swing and a stunning city in the Treasure Valley has everything you can possibly dream of to do with the family. Eagle is located about 11 miles from downtown Boise and has lots to offer ranging from outdoor activities, places to eat and even a raceway.

Favorite Eateries

Eagle is home to restaurants like Bardenay, The Stuffed Olive and Rembrandts. If you are headed out early in the day, Rembrandts is one to check out in downtown Eagle, located in the iconic church building. They have plenty of breakfast and lunch options, with something for everyone in your family to enjoy.

Bardenay has an eclectic menu with sandwiches, burgers and pasta options. If you’re in the mood for more traditional Italian fare, The Stuffed Olive will be the place for you.

Things to do

Eagle is the place for you to be if you are into golfing or disc golfing. BanBury Golf Course is a challenging 6,890-yard par 71 public course. It has been rated in the top 10 golf courses in Idaho by Golf Digest. There is a restaurant on the golf course, golf instruction courses and tournaments.

Eagle Island State Park is a 545-acre park that is bordered by the Boise River. Along with a swimming beach, picnic area and five miles of trails, the park also has a 19-hole disc golf course that provides a different challenge for players. You can also join the Eagle Island State Park Disc Golf Club!

The Eagle Saturday Market runs Saturdays from May to October each year and offers fresh produce, handmade crafts, plants and local food. The market is located in Heritage park from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and there is even live music available this year. Established in 2002, the market helps the park come alive with community members to help support local micro-producers.

To end the night, Eagle is home to Firebird Raceway, a National Hot Rod Association Drag Racing facility that offers a full season of racing. It opened in 1968 under racing enthusiasts Bill and Ellanor New and has remained in the hands of that family ever since. Firebird offers over 50 events between April and October at an affordable cost. There is food and drinks available at the raceway, or you could check out one of the restaurants mentioned above and make a whole evening out of it!

Eagle Fun Days

Lastly, coming up in a couple of weeks, Eagle is hosting its annual Fun Days Celebration. The two-day event is happening on July 7 and 8, with Family Fun Night happening on the 7th. The event boasts a parade, rocky mountain oyster feed and a cornhole tournament. On Family Fun Night, there will be field games, bounce houses, food vendors and more starting at 5 p.m. at Guerber Park.

Have you checked out any of these places in Eagle? Let us know in the comments or send us a message on social media!

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