Welcome to the Treasure Valley

The Treasure Valley is some of the most beautiful country in the Western United States. Bordered by the Snake River in the south and the Rocky Mountains to the north, there is an abundance of wildlife and recreation to enjoy. Rolling farmland, bustling city life, and everything in between make up this highly desirable area.

Explore all the diverse communities that make up the Treasure Valley and find your perfect place to call home.

Explore Boise

With a low cost of living, a moderate climate, and a thriving outdoor culture that includes the expansive Ridge to Rivers Trail System, Boise is an ideal place to live, work, and raise a family. The vibrant downtown offers an array of shopping and dining options, making it a go-to destination for locals and visitors alike.

Boise State University serves as a major employer and cultural hub for the region and is ranked among the top 100 Most Innovative Schools.

Boise also has several neighborhoods that offer a wide range of housing options to suit every style and budget, from high-rise condos with incredible downtown views to large, single-family homes in outlying neighborhoods.



Explore Eagle

The affluent suburb of Eagle, located just northwest of the state’s capital, is brimming with wineries, golf courses, luxury shopping, and recreational opportunities. A quick, 15-minute drive will take you to downtown Boise for a wide variety of cultural, dining, and nightlife experiences, along with family-friendly destinations such as zoos and key historical sites

Lace up your hiking or biking shoes for a day trip along the region’s many hiking and cycling trails, which meander into the Boise Range foothills or along the banks of the Boise River. When winter arrives, don’t miss the chance to visit Bogus Basin, with 91 runs on 2,600 skiable acres; as an added bonus, the resort is a nonprofit that gives back to the local community



Explore Meridian

From starter homes to luxury estates, there’s something for every budget in Meridian. With the West Ada School district being the largest school district in Idaho, the area has some of the best schools in the state.

There’s also no shortage of excellent dining and shopping options in the city, with The Village at Meridian offering a wide range of restaurants and shops. Plus, with plenty of parks and green spaces in the area, it’s easy to get out and stay active in the community.



Explore Kuna

The fast-growing city of Kuna is a bustling city of roughly 25,000 people that has put a great deal of effort into sprucing up its downtown in recent years.

Although Kuna is surging in popularity, it’s also surrounded by endless natural wonders — making it easy to escape the day-to-day and explore the great outdoors. An expansive National Conservation Area guards Snake River Canyon to the south, where you’ll find awe-inspiring, canyon-rim views and volcanic remnants. The burgeoning wine country is home to dozens of vineyards for the wine aficionado.

Meanwhile, local shopping, cultural, and recreation activities and family-friendly attractions like the Roaring Springs Water Park offer something for everyone.

Explore Nampa & Caldwell

Just about 13 miles separate Nampa and Caldwell, two of the Greater Boise Metro Area’s Treasure Valley gems.

Small-town charm and affordable housing meet urban amenities in the area, with the Ford Idaho Center offering year-round concerts and events, from top recording artists to boisterous rodeos. A wide variety of wineries in the area provide ample opportunities to savor the region’s finest pours.

For family fun, don’t miss the local zoos and farms — and keep an eye on the calendar at the College of Idaho’s Whittenberger Planetarium for stargazing events like the equinoxes and solstices.

Explore Middleton & Star

With just under 7 miles between them, Middleton and Star are two small but growing cities in the Treasure Valley. A variety of turnkey and new-construction homes are nestled among parks, golf courses, and outdoor experiences along the banks of the Boise River

Like many other Boise Metropolitan cities, Middleton and Star are expanding by the year, yet they maintain a close-knit vibe that preserves their communities’ small-town charm

Whether you’re seeking family-friendly adventure and locally grown, farm-fresh produce or an afternoon sipping award-winning wine, you won’t have to go far to find what you need



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