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The weather in Donnelly
Above are the weather conditions for Donnelly. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 10° low. According to the climate diagram, December is the rainiest month of the year in Donnelly.
Discover Basque country in Idaho with Donnelly vacation homes
Surrounded by mountains and parkland ribboned by lakes, your spacious vacation home or cottage in Donnelly, Idaho opens onto several national forests. This exquisite wilderness is the perfect place to find yourself, in the dappled shade and clean air that characterizes this secret treasure of the state.
Culture in nearby Boise
In nearby Boise, you can explore the intricacies of Basque culture right here in Idaho. The Museum and Cultural Center sits among a huge variety of taverns, restaurants and bars in the heart of the town. Boise Art Museum is housed across a 90-acre park and displays a huge variety of art. It has hosted exhibitions by some big names, including Kara Walker and Nick Cave, and admission is by donation on the first Thursday each month.
Tubing on Boise River
Kids will be especially enamored with Boise River and Greenbelt, where the riverbanks are lined with trees and people float and tube down the river. Julia Davis Park is home to several interesting attractions, such as the Idaho State Historical Museum and the Boise Art Museum, which has a stunning rose garden, where you can enjoy sunny picnics in the summer. In addition, kids will certainly love exploring the Boise Zoo.
The Anduia Fronton Building was originally a boarding house, but today the 1912 edifice houses a popular racquetball court. You can either watch from the stands or enjoy a game of the Basque-influenced game yourself!
Basque Rock is one of the most famous sights in Idaho. Also situated in nearby Boise, it is dedicated to the sizeable Basque population in the city. European immigrants first landed around 1910 and began to work as shepherds in Idaho. You can still see the clear influence of the culture between 6th street and Capitol Boulevard. Don't miss the Idaho State Capitol, a neoclassical building from 1920 built with local sandstone.
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