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Snake River Canyon Overlook
Kuna, ID 83634
The Snake River begins its thousand mile journey to the Columbia River in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Volcanic activity dating back about 17 million years ago created the canyon. About 15,000 years ago a natural dam on Lake Bonneville, a glacial lake larger in size than today's Lake Michigan, failed releasing a torrent of water that reshaped the entire canyon. The Canyon River Trail, a 12-mile hiking trail between Swan Falls Dam and Celebration Park follows the Snake River.
Celebration Park
Kuna, ID 83634
Celebration Park is Idaho's first archeological park. Ancient peoples along with recent Native and Euro-Americans created petroglyphs that date between 100 and 10,000 years old. The park's trails weave among large boulders deposited by the Bonneville flood, the second largest flood in geologic history. The historic Guffey Railroad Bridge, built in 1897, has been revamped into a walking bridge providing access to the south side of the Snake River. The park has a visitor center, campground, and boat launch.
Dedication Point Overlook
Kuna, ID 83634
Dedication Point Overlook provides an outstanding view of the Snake River Canyon. Spring is an ideal time to spot birds of prey in flight. A quarter mile trail leads to the canyon rim. Interpretative panels provide information about the unique plant life, geology, and habitat of the Snake River Canyon. At this spot, you can enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the area and valley. The vista from the canyon rim is breathtaking and well worth the quarter mile trek from the parking lot. Binoculars are a good idea.
Falcon Valley Golf Course
11102 S. Cloverdale Road
Kuna, ID 83634
Link: Falcon Valley Golf Course Website
This golf course features twenty seven holes of championship golf and a nine hole executive course. They have Idaho's premier practice facility and three different courses to test your skills and expand your game. Enjoy the stunning views and inspiring landscapes. Well worth the short drive, this massive 36 hole golf complex is sure to make it to the top of your list.
Initial Point
Kuna, ID 83634
Idaho's Initial Point is a volcanic butte rising from the western Snake River Plain. Beginning on April 19, 1867, surveyors mapped the entire state starting from this butte. Every piece of land in the state is referenced by its direction and distance from a brass survey marker located on top of the butte. A foot path to the top of the butte provides a 360 degree view of the Snake River Plain.
Kuna Caves
Kuna, ID 83634
Did you know that there used to be volcanic action around this area, long ago? It's true, and Kuna Caves are still here to prove it. Some say that in the past, this cave, along with other caves along a lava tube, used to run underground from a little South of Kuna Cave Road, all the way to the Snake River. Some even believe that old nomadic Indian tribes may have used these lava tubes to get to the Snake River underground, but no one has been able to verify this claim. Though no longer available to public access, the Kuna Caves are still a large part of Kuna's heritage.
Kuna Performing Arts Center
637 E Deer Flat Rd
Kuna, ID 83634
Phone: 208-955-0200
Link: Kuna Performing Arts Center Website
The Performing Arts Center is an 823 capacity, fully-equipped facility located on the Kuna High School campus. It provides an outstanding venue for the production and performance of a wide variety of events. We invite you to attend one of the many concerts, theatre productions, and lectures that are held throughout the year. Serving the Kuna School District, the Performing Arts Center is dedicated to the promotion of the performing arts for both students and our community.
Kuna Visitor Center
Kuna, ID 83634
The Kuna Visitor Center features information about the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. Open seasonally, the center has information about Kuna and the Western Heritage Historic Byway. Visitor information is available for pickup 24 hours a day.
Pioneer Cemetery
Kuna, ID 83634
Early during Kuna's history, a diphtheria epidemic swept through the community. Pioneer Cemetery has approximately 12 graves. The cemetery is located near the original route of the Silver Trail along Stage Coach Road. Pioneer Cemetery honors the early pioneers who settled the region.
Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area
Kuna, ID 83634
Phone: 208-384-3300
Link: Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area Website
The Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area (NCA) was established by Congress in 1993 to protect a unique desert environment that supports North America’s highest density of nesting raptors.

More than 700 pairs of raptors nest each spring along 81 miles of the Snake River Canyon, including 150-200 pairs of Prairie Falcons (highest breeding density in the world). Year-round species include Great Blue Heron, Black-crowned Night-Heron, Chukar, California Quail, Northern Bobwhite, Common Nighthawk, gulls, and terns.

Over 20 species of raptors can be seen, including nesting Golden Eagle on Guffey Butte. In March watch for eagle flight displays; in May for chick feeding; and the first week of June for fledging of the young. The birds of prey migrate in and are most active from March to late June.
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