It's happening It's happening! Ada County Parks & Waterways just announced the opening of the Boise River Float Season this Summer.

There was so much speculation on whether this was going to happen or not. We know there are several rules in places including you'll need to air up your own tubes this Summer. The most important thing is the float season IS HAPPENING.

I'll post up a guide with all the facts that I have from Parks & Waterways Facebook page. I do know you'll need to air up your own tubes and rafts. Here is the official message from Ada County.

After consultation with and approval from several community partners including Central District Health, the Board of Ada County Commissioners, and the Boise City Mayor's Office we are pleased to announce the OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE 2020 BOISE RIVER FLOAT SEASON starting Wednesday, July 1st.
This official announcement means that Barber Park parking fees, equipment rentals, shuttle service, and snack shack will be operational throughout the summer as long as park visitors and floaters follow all newly posted protocols and recommendations to reduce community spread of COVID-19.
Be safe and have fun!

Be safe, have fun, and follow the link below for official details.


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