Boise, Idaho Vacation Rentals

    Why People Visit:

    There is a reason Boise is getting to be more well known each year. The small city that is Idaho’s capital has a ton to offer for outdoor lovers and people that enjoy a walkable city. The proximity of Boise to lakes, rivers, and mountains offer endless opportunities to explore for the outdoorsy types. Great day trips include Craters of the Moon, Bogus Basin, Bruneau Sand Dunes, Hells Canyon, and Thousand Springs State Park. There is no shortage of hikes, fishing, kayaking, rafting, mountain biking and other outdoor tours that you can do from your home base of Boise!

    In town for work or a quick getaway? Boise has a great foodie scene and is quickly growing in the ranks in the craft beer scene also. Top breweries are Boise Brewing company, Cloud 9 Brewery, Bella Brewing, Edge Brewing Company, and 10 Barrell Brewing. Top foodie picks are Fork, Bittercreek Alehouse, epek, Alavita, and Lock Stock and Barrell.

    Other options in town include the Boise River Greenbelt which you can walk, jog or ride a bike on to explore the Idaho State Capitol Building and the Idaho Botanical Garden.

    Whether you love the outdoors, or are looking for a clean, quiet but exciting getaway, Boise has something for everyone. No matter what the occasion, book your Boise vacation rental today to explore all that the city has to offer!

    Get There and Get Around:

    Boise has one major airport, Boise Airport (BOI), which is less than 6 miles from downtown. There are many ways to get into Boise and your vacation rental from the airport. The public bus system (line3), taxis, shuttles, major rideshare companies or car rentals, all service the airport and can get you to your vacation rental.

    Getting around town?  Chances are you are heading to Boise to explore the great outdoors. If so, renting a car is your best option. If you’re primarily staying in town, the easiest way to get around town is by public transportation or taxi/rideshare. All the options will quickly get you to and from your vacation rental and the mountains!

    What to Wear (The Weather)

    In Boise, July and August are the hottest months of the year with many days around 90 degrees. January and February are the coldest months and temperatures can drop to below 20 degrees with a high chance of snowfall. December is the wettest month and July is the driest. Make sure you book a vacation rental with your preferred heating and cooling options to make your visit comfortable no matter what season you visit.


    In Boise, most of the almost 2,250 vacation rental options are house rentals with an average nightly price of around $220. The median size is about 1500 ft² which makes them a great fit for larger groups or families, as most can accommodate 6 people. Apartment/Condo rentals are the second most available option, with an average nightly price of $150 for around 1000ft². Whatever type of accommodation you are looking for, there are many options in Boise to choose from for your next vacation rental.

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