Moving Companies in Boise, ID
How to Move From Boise
As the capital and most populous city of Idaho, Boise is a great place to live! But if the time has come to pack up and say goodbye, let U-Pack® help make the transition easier.
U-Pack is a DIY service that specializes in long-distance moving. With more than 240 service centers in our network, we can move you to just about anywhere in the U.S., Canada or Puerto. Our prices and services are comparable to truck rental, but you don’t have to drive. See how much your move from Boise will cost with an instant online quote.
Boise Bucket List
Take a break from planning your move and schedule some fun instead! Even as a native or longtime resident, you’ll find these adventures thrilling.
- Create your own fries at Boise Fry Co. Start by choosing the size (small or large), and then select your potato type — russet, purple, gold, sweet, Laura, or yam. Next, choose your style — shoestring, regular, homestyle, curly, or po’balls. And finally, enjoy. You’ve never tasted a fry so good!
- Stay in The Big Idaho Potato Hotel! This 6-ton spud prop has been recycled into a tiny home you can rent. So grab your favorite fries from Boise Fry Co., and enjoy a night of being a literal couch potato.
- Attend the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. Played on the iconic, bright blue “Smurf Turf” at Boise State University’s Albertsons Stadium. (Fun fact: When the playing surface was initially installed in 1986, it became the first non-green field in football history.) This postseason college football game is all the rage, and if you’ve never been to one, it’s a must before you leave.
- Reminisce about the city on a Boise Trolley Tour. Each tour lasts 75 minutes and explores historic downtown, the Capitol, Hyde Park, the mansions of Warm Springs, and more.
- Spend a day at Bogus Basin. This a mountainous recreational area is 16 miles north of Boise. Skiing is the most popular winter activity, while summer is ideal for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.
7556 W Mossy Cup St
Boise ID, 83709