Things To Do In Nampa

$15 for $30 Worth of Workout and Fitness at Gym State Strength & Conditioning

Gym State Strength & Conditioning

Nampa

$30 $15

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Wine Tasting and Bottles of Wine for Two or Four at Sawtooth Winery (51% Off)

Sawtooth Winery

Nampa

$65 $32

Head to a picturesque tasting room to sip on some of Sawtooth's handcrafted wines before taking home two bottles

Six Training Sessions from Prime Fitness (70% Off)

Prime Fitness

Nampa

$200 $60

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Three-Hour Paintball Game with Masks, Markers, Air, and Paintballs for One or Two at Pyrrhic Paintball (Up to Half Off)

Pyrrhic Paintball

Nampa

$35 $19

On a dusty field populated by paint-splattered barricades, teams trade paint as they attempt to capture a flag or defend a VIP

5- or 10-Admisison Punch Card, or Roller-Skating Package for Four at The Nampa Rollerdrome (Up to 57% Off)

The Nampa Rollerdrome

Nampa

$35 $15

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Friends and family speed around oblong skating rink flanked by snack bar, party room, arcade games, and ample hangout space

$48 for $95 Worth of CrossFit — Crossfit 2C

Crossfit2c

Nampa

$95 $48

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Summer-Bowling Pass for One or Two (Good for 3 Games/Day) or Bowling Party for Six at Nampa Bowl (Up to 97% Off)

Nampa Bowl

Nampa

$1,151.50 $35

Passes let bowlers perfect their techniques with 3 games per day, plus shoe rental for more than 90 days; bowling party with fries and soda

$35 for 10 Classes at Essential Hot Yoga ($110 Value)

Essential Hot Yoga

Multiple Locations

$110 $35

The heated studio with 75-minute classes for students of all levels is located inside Essential Hot Yoga, formerly known as Sumits Yoga

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A fully operational winery since 1987, Sawtooth Winery was once under the care of the Pintler family, who had used their parcel of land as pasture for years. But the rolling, south-facing hills were a bit too robust to be limited to one use, and in 1982 15 acres of grapes were planted. Today, Sawtooth is one of the largest vineyards in Idaho, and those same vines produce the plump grapes destined become one of the eight wine varietals crafted onsite. Those wines have garnered Sawtooth a variety of honorable accolades and press, including a Winery of the Month designation from the Idaho Wine Commission.

13750 Surrey Ln
Nampa,
ID
US

"The eyes on those marines were something to remember, because they had really been through it. And they were laughing and talking and smiling, but their eyes didn't smile. They were just fierce." These are the words Ceil Dennis—a lieutenant colonel in the Army Air Corps during World War II—used to describe his encounter with off-duty marines when he first landed on Iwo Jima. They wanted to sit in Dennis's P-51 airplane, a welcome sight for the troops spending three days on and three days off fighting for control of the Japanese stronghold. Their eyes told the story of men who, according to Dennis, "earned that island the hard way."

The recorded interview is part of the Veterans History Project, a collaboration between the Warhawk Air Museum and the Library of Congress, that is designed to preserve the voices of the past for future generations. It's just one of several ways that the museum honors the lives and sacrifices of military personnel.

Museum President John Paul and his wife, Sue, cofounded the 40,000-square-foot nonprofit museum at the Nampa Municipal Airport to house the ever-growing collection of planes and war memorabilia, including wartime sweetheart pillows, ration books, and some of Rosie the Riveter's actual elbow grease. Paul's passion for historical aircraft and wartime artifacts began in 1950, when he was 8 years old. He ran from his classroom to see the source of a deafening roar over the school, discovering the blue underbellies of two WWII F4U Navy Corsair fighter planes and the hobby that would become his vocation. Over the years, Paul's love for vintage fighter planes has led him on scavenger hunts and rescue missions, salvaging historic aircraft that would otherwise have been abandoned as scrap metal.

They run the nonprofit organization along with their son, John-Curtiss Paul, who was named after the Curtiss P-40 WWII Warhawk. The family aims to educate visitors about the technology, cultural, and social changes that North America has seen since World War I. Guests can schedule a tour of the museum, visit the gift shop, or even request a sponsorship ride in a restored P-40 aircraft.

201 Municipal Way
Nampa,
ID
US

Pyrrhic Paintball derives its name from an ancient Greek dance, one whose motions were intended to mimic the death struggle of two knife fighters. Like those dancers, the players on this dusty, urban-warfare field play-act modern battles, ducking out from behind particle-board barricades to get a bead on the opponents. But there's a second, better-known meaning to pyrrhic: victory achieved at great cost. Whether attempting to capture a flag, protect a VIP, or defend a base, anyone may be called to sacrifice themselves to a splattering of paint in order to ensure the completion of a team's objective.

225 Buttercup Court
Nampa,
ID
US

The team at Yoga 430 approaches health from a variety of different angles. South Nampa's Yoga 430 founder Erika Putnam and her staff address muscular issues before they can become problematic, and yoga classes at the center also help patrons stay well proactively. The center focuses on whole-body wellness, with the intent to balance both the body and the spirit. Through classes geared for guests of all experience levels, the team of instructors helps people build the flexibility and range of motion that will keep them active, increase strength, flexibility, and stabilize the core. A naturally lit studio creates a harmonious and inviting setting, ideal for meditating everyday woes away. The schedule includes hatha and vinyasa yoga classes. And for those who have health issues in their past, the team leads physical rehabilitation sessions in addition to their dance, yoga, and meditation classes, all while drawing on training from centers around the world.

430 West Iowa Avenue
Nampa,
ID
US

As a lineup of second-run movies splashes upon the two screens of Northern Lights Cinema Grill, waiters deliver a diverse menu of pizzas, burgers, and salads to audience members comfortably lounging around tables. Customers arrive at the theater 30 minutes before the beginning of their chosen show to purchase drinks and place food orders before the lights dim and the night wolves come out. Waiters deliver orders during the show, and can delay the delivery of desserts or other food items at customers’ request. The theater’s matinee showings welcome guests of all ages, while shows after 6:15 p.m. are for patrons 21 and older due to their wine and beer service and dress code of clothes from 1991 or earlier.

1509 Caldwell Blvd
Nampa,
ID
US

At The Nampa Rollerdrome, kids and adults speed around a more than 60-year-old wood-floored skating rink flanked by a snack bar, party room, and ample hangout space. Birthday parties fill bellies with pizza in a private room boasting a wall illustration of Mickey Mouse, which mysteriously ages even as revelers remain eternally youthful. Roller-hockey leagues facilitate friendly competition among all age groups, and late-night Friday skate sessions keep in-line wheels in motion till midnight. Gamers can take a break from strenuous rinkmanship in the game room, stocked with air hockey, a crane game, and Ms. Pac-Man, in which players woo an ambitious bachelorette married to her ghost-swallowing career.

19 10th Ave S
Nampa,
ID
US