Introduction to Kuna, Idaho
Kuna, Idaho, in Ada county, is located 7 miles SE of Nampa, Idaho (center to center) and 339 miles SE of Portland, Oregon. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Boise City metropolitan area. Kuna has a population of approximately 5,382.
Kuna is located in the Ada County, which was established on December 22, 1864 by the Idaho Territorial Legislature. This county was named in honor of Ada Riggs, who was the first child to be born in this area. She was the daughter of H. C. Riggs, a co-founder of Boise.
Kuna and nearby Attractions
- Idaho Military History Museum
- Lucky Peak State Park
- Eagle Island State Park
- Discovery Center of Idaho
- Boise Art Museum
Things To Do In Kuna
While in Kuna tourists can visit the Lucky Peak State Park and Eagle Island State Park. The city also offers easy access to many historically significant places like the Idaho Military History Museum, Discovery Center of Idaho, and Boise Art Museum. Apart from these, the city of Kuna also hosts various festivals such as the Kuna Days, and the Birds of Prey Art Festival every year.
Boise Air Terminal/ Gowen Field Airport is the nearest airport.
Kuna Higher Education
Higher educational facilities are offered by several universities and colleges including the Boise State University, Eastern Oregon University, College of Southern Idaho, and Lewis - Clark State College.