Idaho River Sports employees Pam Tucker, Lauren McLeod and Jayne Saunders test-ride some stand-up paddleboards during a break from work. Idaho River Sports paved the way for other businesses to open near the new whitewater park in Boise.
Idaho River Sports employees Pam Tucker, Lauren McLeod and Jayne Saunders test-ride some stand-up paddleboards during a break from work. Idaho River Sports paved the way for other businesses to open near the new whitewater park in Boise. kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Idaho River Sports employees Pam Tucker, Lauren McLeod and Jayne Saunders test-ride some stand-up paddleboards during a break from work. Idaho River Sports paved the way for other businesses to open near the new whitewater park in Boise. kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Boise’s next big thing: the Boise River area north of Fairview

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