Morrison Knudsen Nature Center

Let's Take a Walk  

Nestled along the Boise River, the MK Nature Center has become one of the Treasure Valley’s hidden gems. Inside this 4.6 acre facility, you can find an array of wildlife viewing opportunities, natural habitats, and educational signage to help guide you through your visit. Whether you’re looking to take a quiet stroll along the Stream Walk or you’re interested in showing your kiddos a glimpse of Idaho’s local wildlife and natural habitats, the MK Nature Center offers a unique experience for everyone. 


Features

Interactive Displays

Donor Recognition Wall 

Interpretive Signage System

Entryway Landmarks

Sculptural Benches 


Location

Boise, Idaho 


Inspiration 

Owned and operated by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, the center first opened its doors to the public in the summer of 1990. With nearly 30 years since its debut opening, the center was long overdue for a refresh. Collaborating with local artist Stephanie Inman and the staff of MK Nature Center, we combined forces to create a comprehensive signage program for the center complete with interpretive signage, interactive displays, entryway landmarks, sculptural benches, and a donor recognition wall.