KUNA, IDAHO – The small country town of Kuna is growing at an accelerated pace for good reasons – affordability and location. And that’s not all. Despite the rapid growth, Kuna maintains a country setting and rural roots where the simple life still exists. The country landscape inspires families to enjoy the outdoors, explore local nature paths, and visit neighborhood parks. There’s a greenbelt to walk on, a river to wade in, and the desert foothills to hike. The area’s ambiance invites folks to be friendlier here— families hold the door open for others, look people in the eye, and say hello to strangers.

Kuna is more self-contained with its expanding commerce, and residents can find what they need in their friendly community. As the city evolves, commercial development matches the pace of Kuna’s residential growth. The addition of several restaurants and fast-food establishments, grocery and retail stores, and other small businesses are changing the landscape around town and meeting essential community needs.


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Swan Falls is a must no matter where you plant your roots throughout the valley. It offers many places to explore along the south side of the Snake River. Families enjoy camping, fishing, bird watching, and hiking throughout the spring, summer and fall. If you’re a bird lover, don’t forget your binoculars! Many birds of prey such as owls, hawks, osprey, eagles, and falcons nest along this stretch of the Snake River. The dirt paths and foot trails are easy to navigate and it’s great for nature walking. A local tip on the trails… Stay cautious and alert for rattlesnakes in the area.

In the summer Kuna Caves is another favorite. Once filled with volcanic activity, it is located about six miles south of Kuna. The cave is located in what looks to be a vast area of desolate farmland. To enter the cave, you’ll access the steel encaged ladder and climb about 50 feet down. Visitors notice a significant temperature difference once down in the cave, around mid fifties. You’ll definitely want to bring a flashlight and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.


In the heart of town, alongside Indian Creek, is the Kuna Greenbelt. The greenbelt is replete with places to splash in the water or picnic under mature, green trees. The area also boasts a BMX dirt track and skateboard park, Little League baseball fields, and a new splash pad for cooling off in the summer heat. The country surroundings and the friendly hometown atmosphere make Kuna an attractive place for families to settle.