Kathryn Albertson Park is a 41-acre special use park located near downtown Boise. A haven for wildlife and quiet contemplation, the park features wide, paved footpaths and reservable outdoor gazebos in a beautiful natural setting. It is one of the riverside parks in the "Ribbon of Jewels" named for prominent local women.
Our park map illustrates the location of walking paths, gazebos, restrooms and other amenities.
Colorful, informative signs inlaid in large rocks describe wildlife and environmental themes throughout the park. Highlights also include ponds, a fountain, a variety of mature trees and native vegetation, and glimpses of wildlife, including nesting waterfowl, herons, song birds, and deer.
The park is named for Kathryn McCurry Albertson, a Boise native who met her future husband, Joe Albertson, at the College of Idaho. Joe Albertson was the founder of Albertsons Inc.
Dogs permitted on leash only.