Nampa Train Depot Museum. The railroad is an essential part of Nampa's history. Train enthusiasts and history buffs alike will enjoy the Nampa Train Depot Museum, (208) 467-7611.
Our Memories Indian Creek Museum in nearby Caldwell has rotating exhibits. Visitors can step back in time and learn more about the area's past, (208) 456-1413.
Warhawk Museum - Come see why the
Idaho Statesman called this museum the "best museum/attraction" in the Treasure Valley, (208) 465-6446.
Foodies will never run out of places to dine in Nampa. Here are just a few of the city's most raved-about restaurants.
Brick 29 is a modern bistro with a focus on local ingredients.
The Egg Factory is a hot breakfast and brunch spot known for its Eggs Benedict and pancake varieties.
Italian To Go is your go-to delivery for the nights you crave pizza but want to stay in.
LeBaron's Honker Cafe serves traditional favorites and is known for its hearty portions.
Mesa Tacos + Tequila is your Taco Tuesday destination for a modern take on Mexican cuisine.
Thailand Express is a favorite on
Tripadvisor. The small eatery has an extensive menu.
The Tower Grill is known for its breakfast menu and mouthwatering burgers. It also offers a deck where you can view small planes taking off and landing on the nearby airstrip.
- The annual
Snake River Stampede rodeo has been a fan-favorite event for over 100 years. It is considered one of the top 10 professional rodeos in the U.S., and you can see it right in your hometown.
Caldwell Night Rodeo draws a huge crowed annually, and is a stop on the professional rodeo tour, (208) 459-2060.
Southwestern Idaho's wine country is a hidden gem. Our vineyards and wineries rival California's.
Sawtooth Winery was founded in 1987. The grapes grown at their 400-acre Skyline Vineyard are highly sought after by other area winemakers. Sawtooth has a tasting room and hosts both public and private events, (208) 467-1200.
Sunnyslope Wine Trail in Caldwell is a nearby must-see destination for any vino lover. Wine enthusiasts from all over the country come to visit the over 15 wineries in the Snake River Valley.
Utility Companies in Nampa Idaho
If you are overwhelmed with all the utilities you will need to contact before making your home live-in ready, worry not! We have compiled a list below to help streamline your efforts.
Electric & Gas
Call before you dig for all underground utilities, 811.
Internet & Cable
Depending on where you live in Nampa, you have several choices for internet and cable providers.
Trash & Recycling
Republic Services provides residential trash and recycling within the city limits.
Nampa Police Department accepts unwanted and unused prescription medications year-round.
- Canyon County residents can dispose of waste at the
Pickles Butte Landfill. The Landfill also hosts electronic and hazardous waste drop-offs throughout the year.
- City of Nampa
utility billing, general number (208) 468-5711
- City of Nampa Water & Sewer, (208) 468-5711
Irrigation, (208) 468-5860
Is Nampa, Idaho, an excellent place to live?
We certainly think so! As you can see, there are so many reasons you will love living in Nampa. On behalf of Idaho Storage Connection, welcome to your new home.