Fairfield Inn & Suites Boise-Nampa

Address: 16150 N Midland Boulevard, Nampa, Idaho, 83687, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 16150 N Midland Boulevard, Nampa, is near Clearwater River Casino, Warhawk Air Museum, Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, and Northwest Nazarene University.
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      Travel Blogs from Nampa

      Sunbeam Idaho camping

      A travel blog entry by kb7vvd on Jun 20, 2014

      2 photos

      Rolled out of Boise around 10am. ******* traffic on Eagle road was backed up because of some railroad bed rock piled across the road at the rail crossing. Pretty smooth sailing up through Banks. However from Banks to Lowman we ran into traffic stoppages due to some road ...

      Stage 9 - Take it Easy

      A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 15, 2013

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... to about 2 feet and put a rumble strip between it and the lane. That was challenging riding, until we decided there was so little traffic they could go around us and we rode in the lane. The road had some ups and downs, and a lot of pretty flat land in between. If I’d had more energy, it would have been a great ride. As it was, we reached Marsing (which Lea kept calling "Parsing") at noon, 40 miles into the day. There was a little drive-in ...

      Fries With That?

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on May 25, 2012

      4 photos

      Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – A person can't hear the word "Idaho" without the word “potato” inserting itself into consciousness, at least, subconsciously. While it’s true that Idaho soil is just right for potato growing, the real “potato story” is bigger than that, and centers itself in Boise. The average person (not living in Boise) may not be familiar with ...

      The Wood! The Wood!

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on May 15, 2012

      4 photos

      ... see people, as I see today. Along the Greenbelt, often called the “river of jewels,” are over 850 acres of parks and natural areas. Some of the most frequently used are Ann Morrison Park (153 acres), Julia Davis Park (89 acres), Kathryn Albertson Park (41 acres), and Municipal Park (28 acres); all offering different types of recreation.

      But back to The Wood. The black cottonwood is the largest ...

      Craters of the Moon National Monument

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 13, 2011

      ... Monument in the Snake River Plain in central Idaho. The park protects a portion of one of the best preserved flood basalt areas in the U.S. along the Great Rift of Idaho. This rift has erupted repeatedly during the last 15,000 years with the most recent eruption around 2,000 years ago.

      I first went to the Visitor Center and watched ...