Chief Eagle Eye Reserve

451 N. Quarry View Pl., Boise

Chief Eagle Eye Reserve is a 49-acre site in Boise's East End acquired in the 1990s.

The East End Neighborhood Association and Boise Front Coalition were heavily involved with the protection of this property as part of an effort to create residential development nearby.

The Boise Valley remains the ancestral, cultural and unceded territory of the Shoshone, Bannock, and Northern Paiute people. Historically, indigenous tribes migrated across southern Idaho and used the Boise Valley as a winter encampment. The valley was more sheltered from winter storms, and the geothermal hot springs in the nearby foothills fed into creeks and pools. The Tribes of Duck Valley and Fort Hall Indian Reservation Tribes report that the Castle/Eagle Rock area near these springs were once a healing, ritual, and burial site for their ancestors.

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Hours of Operation

Reserve is open from sunrise to sunset.


451 N Quarry View Pl

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Parking located nearby at Eagle Rock Park.

Smoking Prohibition

Smoking and vaping are prohibited in all City of Boise parks, including within 20 feet of the Boise River Greenbelt, except in designated areas within Ann Morrison and Julia Davis Parks and at city-owned golf courses.


Unauthorized vehicles will be towed at owner's risk and expense. You can contact Boise Valley Towing by calling (208) 389-9707.

Health of the Reserve

In 2018, the ecological conditions of Chief Eagle Eye Reserve were assessed to include plant species inventories, shrub and perennial bunchgrass density, vegetative cover, and more. These data are used to guide management of the reserve.

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