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Hyde Park, Boise

Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Hyde Park, also called the Hyde Park Historic District, is a section of the North End neighborhood in Boise, Idaho known for its several popular eateries and locally-owned specialty shops. Located on North 13th Street a few blocks north of Downtown Boise, the Hyde Park Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.During all months of the year, local merchants host neighborhood events and activities. The biggest event Hyde Park is known for is the Hyde Park Street Fair, an annual event located at the nearby Camel's Back Park that is organized by the North End Neighborhood Association and includes vendors, food, live music, demonstrations, a children's area, and a parade.
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  • Hyde Park-cute hot spot area. On weekends there are always very crowded. People come here to go on the different shops (mainly antique with interesting things), dine at cafes and restaurants. Often there arrange so-called fair esoteric sense, very favourite Americans, where you can learn how to maintain your health. In a Word, life boils!
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  • This is a very nice n peaceful community. It's the hipster area of boise w/ a very small main strip w/ a lot of nice restaurants w/ great food. Very quiet, speed limit throughout this section is no mo...  read more »
  • Hyde Park is amazing. There are so many great stores and restaurants. Parking is difficult, but worth it. I love spending time down here on my visits to Boise. 
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