Eagle's business district is made up of modern boutiques, fine and casual restaurants and small businesses. The district maintains a progressive growth while preserving the heritage and beauty of the town's original constructions. In addition to partnering growth with a preservation of heritage, the community's continuous development is highly focused on improving the quality of life of residents by such means as expanding the availability of parks and offering exceptional community facilities.
Eagle is a close-knit, family oriented community that provides many opportunities for family and community fun. The Eagle Fun Days Festival is a highly celebrated event with a long schedule of activities ? which includes live entertainment, a rodeo, bicycle races, a golf tournament, tractor pulls, a parade, the Rocky Mountain Oyster Feed and a carnival. Other community events include the big 4th of July celebration and the Eagle Saturday Markets, which is a summertime marketplace for artists, farmers and crafters.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy a visit to Lucky Peak State Park, a 34-acre site located just 10 miles east of Boise. This day-use park is located on the Lucky Peak Reservoir and was named by Northwest Travel Magazine as one of the Northwest's top 25 parks. The park is broken into three units providing a wide variety of recreational activities. The three units are the Discovery Unit, Sandy Point Beach and the Spring Shores Unit. The Discovery Unit offers fishing and picnicking, the Sandy Point Beach features the most popular beach in the Idaho State Park system as well as picnicking and concession, and the Spring Shores Unit offers boat docks, a ramp, boat trailer parking, a marina and concession services.
Nearby Boise is recognized as the gateway to exceptional recreational opportunities due to its unique location where the high desert meets the western edge of the Rocky Mountains. World-famous whitewater rafting, Nordic and Alpine skiing, snowboarding, hunting, fishing, backpacking and camping are all available to area residents just outside of city limits. Within Boise itself, residents can experience the finest in hiking, biking and fishing. Miles of biking and hiking trails wind through the foothills and the gently flowing waters of the Boise River run right through town.
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