Lifestyles at Garden Plaza of Valley View


"Committed to Boise, Devoted to Seniors"


At Garden Plaza of Valley View, it’s all about choices. We ensure that you have the freedom to maintain a vibrant, active lifestyle. We encourage our residents to explore new experiences, and we maintain a full calendar of social and recreational activities to help you do just that. From shopping excursions to cultural events, you can plan your schedule around your individual interests.


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Testimonial

“This place is rejuvenating! ‘Freedom’ is another word for the life we live. We don’t have to worry about all that’s involved in being a homeowner. We now have one-level living, new friends, lots of entertainment and an excellent staff of concerned people who provide for our every need – every day. Our quality of life just keeps getting better and better!”~ Wayne and Ruby M. ~


Garden Plaza of Valley View and The Bridge at Valley View are centrally located in the heart of beautiful Boise Idaho. Along with the natural beauty found in the city known as “The City of Trees”, Boise is only minutes away from some of the most beautiful areas of the Northwest and the Rocky Mountains. A short two hour drive to the East of Boise is historic Sun Valley, famous for its ski resort and celebrity sightings. A short two hour drive to the North of Boise is beautiful McCall Idaho, a quaint town built around the natural beauty of the Payette Lakes and surrounded by Ponderosa pines and fabulous lake front cabins


Boise is the home of Micron Technologies, Albertsons and J.R. Simplot Company. Boise is large enough to attract business and commerce, and yet always retain its small town charm. Boise is rich with performing arts, including The Idaho Shakespeare Festival, The Morrison Center for the Performing Arts, Opera Idaho, and The Boise Philharmonic.


Famous for its “blue turf”, Boise is the home of the highly ranked college football team, The Boise State Broncos, winners of the Fiesta Bowl in 2007, and again in 2010. Along with the success and excitement of the Broncos, Boise sports fans also enjoy semi-pro baseball, hockey and basketball.


Boise Idaho has been ranked third in the nation as the ”Best Place to Retire” by CNN Money.com. Boise’s other “Points of Pride” as ranked with other U.S. cities include:


No. 3 “The Best Places to Retire” – CNN Money.com (2011)
No. 8 “Top 10 Best Places to Live in the U.S.” – CBS Market Watch (2011)
No. 1 “Safest Places to Live” – Farmers Insurance Group (2011)
No. 2 “Best Places to Raise a Family” – Forbes Magazine (2012)
No. 5 “America’s Most Active Cities” – Time Healthland (2011)
No. 7 “Best Places for Women” – Women’s Health Magazine (2010)
No. 8 “Most Underrated City in the West” – Life Magazine (2010)
No. 9 “Best Places to Find a Job” – The Fiscal Times (2011)