Kuna is another town in Ada County that is part of the Boise City-Nampa, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area. It has a total area of 18.18 square miles and is 18 miles southwest of downtown Boise. In the 2020 census, Kuna is recorded to have 24,011, which is triple its population back in 2000 and 2010. Thus, this city is considered one of the fastest-growing areas in the state of Idaho.
Residents love to swim in Indian Creek, which runs through the city. At present, this body of water is now used for irrigation in the city, filled by the New York Canal from the Boise River Diversion Dam. Kuna Days is a popular celebration in the city that happens on the first weekend in August and when there are vendors in the park, live music at the bandshell, a free carnival for kids, and many more.
A pride to Kuna for being a haven for birds of prey on the planet, having 20 species, including the highest number of breeding prairie falcons in the world with a total of 150-200 pairs. The best times to visit the conservation area is March to late June when eagles take flight, raptors feeding their young, and other more exciting views.
Swan Falls Dam, built-in 1901 to power local mines, is the Snake River’s oldest hydroelectric dam. The Idaho Power Company, which built a new plant in the 1990s, continues to operate the site. Visitors can visit the day-use park, tour the old plant, and tour the museum housed in the historic powerhouse. You can also hike through the magnificent canyon, looking for birds of prey such as eagles, osprey, and owls, and then relax by the riverbank.
A historic, archeological spot in Idaho found in the Snake River 20 miles south of Kuna; Celebration Park has petroglyphs carved in the basalt boulders by the river. Such carvings were found to have been made 12,000 years ago along with other marks from the ancient settlers in the area.
Seated on the rim of the river’s deep valley, Dedication Point is the best place to see raptors in the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. It has become the perfect nesting place for wildlife due to its thermal updrafts and abundant prey for the falcons and golden eagles. Be a witness to its magnificent views 400 feet above the river.
Another volcanic formation rises more than 370 feet above the natural landscape not far north of Initial Point in the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey Reserve. Kuna Butte, with its large footprint and shallow slopes, resembles a shield volcano and offers rewarding views from its highest point. It offers a fantastic trail for mountain bikers to try.
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