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You can learn facts about the history of Julia Davis Park on a fun interactive trek called the “Quest for the Golden Apple.” The quest starts at the Broadway Bridge and clues lead all over the park with 13 stops. At each stop, learn a new fact about the history and nature of Idaho. Facts include information the Native American influence and the history of the trees that grow in the park. This interactive map also includes facts about Julia Davis and her family, which owned the orchard field that is now Julia Davis Park. You’ll also find nutrition information about apples and where they come from.By using the key and putting together the information learned throughout the quest, the ultimate location of the golden apple will be revealed. “This is a great activity for children and families to do together. The quest encourages active learning, problem-solving, team work and exploration skills,” says Diane Myklegard, great grand-daughter of Julia Davis.The quest map is sponsored by the Ada County Farm Bureau with content from the Ag Mag and the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Graphics were provided by Boise artist Ben Upchurch.Free maps are available at the Boise Parks & Recreation Administration Office, 1104 Royal Blvd., in Ann Morrison Park. Or click the image to download a map, or if the image doesn't show, click here.
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Help the future of Julia Davis Park. Donations through ICF's secure site support Julia Davis: The Second Century projects designed to educate, enlighten and illuminate. Donate On-line Now!
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Take a virtual tour of our wonderful park. Learn more about what the park has to offer now. Then see what we are adding for the future.
Park Tour - Projects Tour - Map