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Kuna Idaho.. Mayberry USA
Kuna is the true small town experience. This town is off the beaten path but with easy access to the rest of Treasure Valley. Kuna is in Ada County and is located just 8 miles south of Interstate 84; it is part of the Boise Metro Area Kuna is conveniently located within about 10 to 15 minute drive to I-84, Meridian or Nampa. Compared to the rest of the country, Kuna's cost of living is 2.00% lower than the U.S. average and the population was about 25,000.
South of Kuna is located the Kuna Caves, an underground lava flow cave. A small seasonal creek, Indian Creek, runs through the city. It is now used as an irrigation canal, filled by the New York Canal from the Boise River Diversion Dam. One of the few small floatable waterways in the region, Indian Creek is a favorite swimming spot for local residents. "Kuna" means "the end of the trail". The caves are about 50 feet (15 m) deep and run about a quarter mile north and around 1,000 feet (300 m) south from the entrance. There are wineries in Kuna too! It is part of our Snake River AVA. Wineries include Indian Creek Winery and Vizcaya Winery. Make time to check out the many wineries in the valley. The Snake River Birds of Prey Festival is held every year in mid-May. Taking advantage of the nearby Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, which holds North America's densest population of nesting raptors; it offers lectures and tours about raptors, as well as about local history. During the first weekend in August, there is an annual celebration called Kuna Days. Regular festivities include vendors in the park, live music at the band shell, a free kid’s carnival, a rubber duck race in Indian Creek, a BBQ fundraiser at the Fire Station, a Parade, a Street Dance, and a Fireworks Show. Check out these New home developments in Kuna Arbor Ridge, Crimson Point, Sutter’s Mill Subdivision and Iron Horse.