Nampa, Idaho Real Estate

Under $150k

Over 400k

Welcome to the treasure of the valley. Bound on the south by the rustic Owyhee Mountains and peaceful Lake Lowell, you can stop your search. Satisfy your sense of ‘coming home’ by living in a community where roots run deep, literally and figuratively. Nampa, originally an agricultural community approximately thirty minutes west of Boise, is expanding into a premier city. You will feel delighted with the charm of the past catching up with the future.


Snake River Dayz is a ten-day extravaganza in July celebrating true western culture with the Snake River Stampede, one of America’s top twelve rodeos, as high ranking pro-rodeo cowboys vie for prize money and awards. Celebrating this mid-summer festival, Treasure Valley residents feast on food, entertainment and activities throughout the city.

The Idaho Center, situated in Nampa, right off Interstate 84, is literally ‘The Crossroads of the Northwest’. This centrally located facility offers the perfect 60 acre venue for conventions, conferences, sporting events, concerts, trade shows, equestrian events, or theatrical productions.

The Nampa Civic Center is available for plays, ballets, Christmas’ festival of trees, business meetings, dinner theater and other events.


Nampa offers exciting outdoor and recreational activities including water skiing or fishing on Lake Lowell or golfing at a number of beautifully maintained private and public courses to challenge any golfer.

Winery Tours
The steep, south sloping hills of the lush fruit orchards of Canyon County were adapted to vineyards in the late 1980’s. A successful wine industry benefits the community with superb award-winning wines. Enjoy jazz concerts, tours available by appointment, and the beauty of the fertile orchards of the Snake River Valley.

Nampa is home to the College of Western Idaho, a 2-year community college. Northwest Nazarene College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees for 1500 students.

Much of Nampa’s growth is a result of Boise commuters seeking lower housing prices. With the booming growth in Canyon County, the average home is quite new.