Eagle, Idaho is suburb located northwest of Boise, Idaho. One of the city’s most attractive characteristics is its setting along the beautiful waters of the Boise Rive. Many people choose to work or live in Eagle because of its stunning surroundings, close proximately to Boise, and its flourishing economy. In the last 20 years, Eagle, Idaho has grown to be an upscale urban city with a thriving cultural scene and business core.
Historically, the City of Eagle was a rural agricultural town. Elements of its rural past are still appreciated and celebrated. Downtown Eagle showcases historic buildings like Orville Jacksons General Store, the original Bank of Eagle (now da Vinci’s Italian restaurant) and Rembrandt’s Coffee House which was converted from an old church. Eagle’s newer developments offer a host of diverse businesses including casual & fine dining establishments, professional office complexes and health care facilities.
Eagle’s advantageous location along the Boise River offers miles of public recreational trails along the river. Residents enjoy walking, biking or fishing along the beautiful greenbelt or picnicking in the city parks. Golfing is another popular activity in the area. Eagle boasts being the location of Banbury Golf Course, which is consistently rated among Idaho’s top ten golf courses.
Eagle also hosts many annual public events including the Eagle Fun Days, the Eagle Saturday Market, the Eagle Golf Classic and the Eagle Food & Wine Festival. It is also just minutes from Eagle Island State Park which is a public park featuring a waterslide, swimming beach, disc golf course and more than 5 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails.
One of the newest attractions in Eagle community is the Chateau des Fleurs which is a fine dining and luxury event center which features European inspired architecture. The Chateau des Fleurs is hosts community events, weddings, and afternoon tea socials.