Spring will bring plenty of fun things to do near homes in Meridian ID. It’s the perfect time to get out of the house and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. If you’re moving to Meridian for the first time, you’ll be happy to see how many great resources are available for family recreation. Try these for starters:
Located on W. Malta Drive, Heroes Park has soccer fields, a playground, fishing pond, picnic shelters, concessions, basketball courts and walking paths.
This park on N. Meridian Road is known for having the first universally accessible playground in Idaho. It also has a sound garden, splash pad, concessions, tennis courts, horseshoe courts, baseball fields and a disc golf course.
Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park
Head over to North Records Ave. to visit this large park, where you’ll find an arboretum, labyrinth, fishing ponds, picnic areas, a playground, splash pad, basketball courts, sand volleyball, bocce, concessions, biking and walking trails and an amphitheater.
Children’s Museum of Idaho
When indoor play is more appropriate, take the kids to S. Progress Ave. to spend a few hours at this fun museum. It features hands-on learning for kids ages 2-8. Interactive exhibits encourage kids to use their imaginations in play settings including a garden, grocery store, pizza shop, ship, veterinary office, train, rocket ship and a barn with horses they can sit on.
You’ll be within easy reach of all these features when you move into a new home in Quartet, our upcoming community in Meridian ID.
Quartet will be located in North Meridian off Black Cat Road between Ustick and McMillan roads. The community is close to shopping, dining and entertainment venues in Meridian. Downtown Boise is within about a 20-minute drive of Quartet.
Amenities in the community will include a swimming pool, walking paths and green spaces. Building lots will be larger than average. Homes in Quartet are expected to start in the mid-$400’s.homebuilder in meridian id, new homes for sale in meridian id
This post was written by Brighton Homes