Kuna, 15 miles southwest of Boise, is a blossoming community of farmers to city slickers who all crave the open space of Kuna. Kuna's Highway 69 was recently named a Western Heritage Historic Highway, one of four in Idaho. The Snake River Birds of Prey Natural Conservation Area begins in Kuna and is the center of the largest concentration of birds of prey in the continental United States. Its 482, 000 acres stretch through Ada, Elmore and Owhyee counties. In the summer, Kuna holds its annual Kuna Days, generally held in the first week of August. DownHome Country Christmas is the first Saturday of December, hosting a youth essay contest, kids' carnival and the Night Light Parade.
Highway 69 from Interstate 84