It's a long way to float in one sitting, over 8 miles as
the river flows, so rest stops along the way are welcome.
There are four official stops managed by the Parks &
Recreation Department of Boise along the route between
Barber Park and Ann Morrison Park.
As managed public parks they include typical facilities
including toilets and trash collection.
Look out for the signs on the river about 100 yards
before each stop so that you can get to the side and get out
easily. The signs make clear what facilities each stop
In order starting from the south the stops are:
River Quarry - on the left side of the river just before
the Marden or "Baybrook Court" Bridge this has toilets and
Marden Bridge - immediately on the right after River
Quarry is the popular Baybrook Court Bridge site
The last rest stop before the take out is
Julia Davis park which is also on the left side of the
river. The restrooms here are across the road near the
band shell but are only open during the summer.
Barber Park - Unofficial Guide -
Event Center -
For more information please go to the Ada County Parks & Waterways website: