It’s easy to pass right through Collister on your way out of town on State Street. But perched on the shoulders of the Boise Foothills, it’s a microcosm of our city, with a little bit of everything.
Collister’s southern border runs along State Street, between 36th Street to the east and Pierce Park Lane to the west. And then to the north, it runs past the highest concentration of homes, covers the Polecat Reserve, and keeps going into the foothills until it meets the northern boundary of the Boise City Area of Impact.
🛼 Treasure Valley Skate
The setting for a great date night activity and many a treasured birthday memory, this is Boise’s only roller skating rink. They’ve got a ton of holiday and themed events, so keep an eye out for them.
🎤 Terry’s State Street Saloon
An iconic neighborhood bar with karaoke every night from 9 p.m. until close.
📚 Library! At Collister
One of the city’s beloved public library branches is also the oldest, outside of the downtown library. It’s got great meeting rooms and, by the numbers, has one of the most active communities of the library branches.
🍷 The Local
💐 Edwards Greenhouse
What else do you love about Collister? Let us know! Lastly, don’t miss the neighborhood association’s annual scarecrow contest this fall.