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Boise River float season ends Saturday

Ada County's Department of Parks & Waterways opens the Boise River for the 2016 floating season.

Rafters began the 2016 float season by entering the Boise River at the Barber Park put-in. Air temperature was in the upper 90's, water temperature was 53 degrees and water flow was measured at 1,440 cubic feet per second.
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Rafters began the 2016 float season by entering the Boise River at the Barber Park put-in. Air temperature was in the upper 90's, water temperature was 53 degrees and water flow was measured at 1,440 cubic feet per second.

The Boise River’s official float season ends Saturday, the last day that Ada County will provide floater services at Barber Park.

Boise River Raft and Tube equipment rentals will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Barber Park shuttle service will run from noon to 9 p.m.

Services ending Saturday include air pump stations, raft and tube rentals and bus shuttles.

The Boise River is open for the season and floaters were out

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