With a population of about 20,000, Eagle is a growing city located just ten miles to the west of downtown Boise. The city’s growth has added new modern businesses and boutiques to the original stone buildings in downtown Eagle.
While its population has been growing, the city has made a priority of expanding the availability of parks and other community resources as well. Eagle is home to Arboretum Park, Orval Krassen Park, Friendship Park, Merrill Park, Eagle-Ada Park and Guerber Park, as well as many smaller parks located in subdivisions, many of which also have pathways that link the community with the greenbelt. Eagle Island State Park is located on the outer edge of Eagle, between two forks of the Boise River. The park features many miles of trails, a waterslide, swimming beach, picnic and sportsmen’s access areas.
Eagle is also the home of the annual “World’s Largest Rocky Mountain Oyster Feed”, a well-known fundraising event held by the Eagle Volunteer Fire Department. People who call Eagle home enjoy the unique combination of rural feel with urban opportunities and new businesses.
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