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Boise River and Nature Preserve

Boise River and Nature Preserve. Brimming with wildlife, the river corridor and our adjacent 40-acre Nature Preserve offer you innumerable opportunities to escape the rigors of everyday life and enjoy the natural world, be it picnicking, floating the river or casting for wild rainbow trout.

Greenbelt and on-site trails

The Greenbelt and on-site trails. Within the Nature Preserve, you can also get your heart pumping on a new one-mile extension of the Boise River Greenbelt, a paved path ideal for walking, running and riding bikes. You can follow this 20-mile long trail all they way to downtown Boise and Lucky Peak Reservoir at the east end of the valley. Mace River Ranch itself offers 2.5 miles of paths winding through the property.

Clubhouse and Pool

Clubhouse and Pool.  At the center of the community, you’ll find a large community clubhouse with catering kitchen, perfect for hosting public and private gatherings.  In the summer, the ranch’s large community pool is the place to cool off with friends and family.

Ponds and water features

Ponds and water features.  Many of Mace River Ranch’s 218 home sites are situated on ponds throughout the community, as well as the Boise River and Mace Creek, enhancing the community’s peaceful atmosphere.  Waterfalls and lush landscaping create a relaxing place to spend time outdoors.

Mace River Ranch’s Nature Preserve (representing nearly a quarter of the community) is currently being restored to its pre-settlement condition by Boise River expert and environmental engineer Karl Gebhardt.  From the river’s blazing fall foliage to the opportunities for healthy exercise, nature’s front door is always right in your own back yard.

To learn more about Mace River Ranch, please call Georgie Pitron at 208.830.9002, or email