Eagle, Idaho, is a small but rapidly growing bedroom community with a population of about 20,000. It is located 11 miles west of downtown Boise, the capital city. The climate is seasonal and temperatures range between 20-100 degrees Fahrenheit with several inches of snow during the winter months.
The city's Northeastern border is nestled along the foothills and is only a 30 minute drive to the mountains and a host of outdoor recreation. The Southern edge of Eagle lies along the Boise River and the Centennial bike trail, a scenic hundred mile bike trail that follows the river. Eagle's unique proximity affords a host of recreational opportunities such as skiing, snowboarding, camping, fishing and mountain biking to name a few. Be sure to check the Eagle, Idaho yellow pages or Eagle, Idaho business directory for businesses that sell outdoor supplies and gear for these exciting activities.
After a day of extreme outdoor fun there is nothing better than a hearty meal to recharge. The food scene in Eagle has grown to accommodate this active population. Eagle boasts a wide range of tastes from fast food to modern gourmet cuisine all the while maintaining several of the popular cowboy diners with down-home, hearty country cooking. For a complete list of dining options check the Eagle, Idaho yellow pages or Eagle, Idaho business directory. Eagle is a fantastic place to live if you love the outdoors; it is a great place to raise kids and a wonderful place to meet new friends. We hope you will explore all that Eagle has to offer in the Eagle, Idaho yellow pages or Eagle, Idaho business directory.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan
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