launching new summer tours around Boise

Chances are you’ve seen the Boise Trolley Tours, which have been around for decades, or group bikes pedaling the streets of downtown Boise.

But this summer, there are even more ways for locals and visitors to see the City of Trees.

Feelin’ Groovy Tours

Feelin’ Groovy Tours, LLC takes to the streets of Boise. Courtesy of Feelin’ Groovy Tours, LLC.

Feelin’ Groovy Tours offers several types of visits in his recently restored 1976 Volkswagen bus named ‘Georgie’.

“Georgie is very outgoing and everyone loves his groovy graphics,” notes the tour’s website. “She likes her guests to smile and laugh a lot, join in caroling if they feel like it, and take lots of pictures.”

Tours include tours of the city, Red Chair Lavender Farm, or Garden City, Boise, and Eagle wineries. Costs range from $59 (for tours offered to children) to $132. The bus can accommodate from 2 to 8 people.

Pedal party boat

Pedals and Pints ​​takes the pedal boat to Lucky Peak. Photo Courtesy: Pedals and Pints.

Another excursion arriving is Pedal and Pint’s new Lucky Peak boat tour.

“A paddle boat is a super fun way to gather friends on the lake, just like a bike bar is a great way to experience downtown,” said owner Mike Thomas, who also owns a bike bar that runs through downtown Boise.

The one-hour boat trip can accommodate up to 12 people. The $799 fee (or $65/person) includes a shuttle to the water.

“Lucky Peak is the obvious choice because it’s the closest body of water to downtown and has a ton of floating docks to stop at,” Thomas said. “It’s only 5 miles from town where like any other lake would require a lot more driving.”

The pedal boat trips are available from Wednesday to Sunday.

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