Hyde Park Street Fair
Grooving in Boise's Historic North End Since 1979
Hyde Park Street Fair is a walk-in event and free to enter. More than 140 vendor booths offer everything from art, textiles, clothing, jewelry, crafts, non-profit and community information, and more. Entertainment spans all three Fair days on two stages. Food, beer, and wine (for 21+) are available for purchase, and Sockeye Brewing's limited-edition Hyde Park Streetfest Ale is available exclusively at two beer & wine tents during the Fair.
Transportation & Parking: There is no public parking in Camel's Back Park. Limited disabled permit parking is available immediately adjacent to the park on Heron Street, and vehicles must display appropriate permits.
Street parking in the neighborhood is EXTREMELY limited. Please make the most of low- and no-cost alternative transport options including a partnership with Valley Regional Transit (including dedicated off-site parking and an expanded schedule!). Visit our transportation & parking page for more info.
Dogs: Friendly, well-behaved dogs are welcome. Please keep in mind that the park will be very congested and can be loud due to the entertainment on our two stages, so your pup may be most comfortable at home. Service animals are always welcome.
First Aid: The First Aid tent is located on J Street of our event map, next to the North End Neighborhood Association (NENA) Information Booth, near the playground, park restrooms, and dome tent. Please call 911 for emergencies.
Hyde Park Street Fair Green Initiative: Our event has a goal of sustainability. Please help us in that effort by using the available recycling bins throughout the park.
North End Neighborhood Association (NENA) Information Booth: Stop by to say hello to some of the North End's busiest volunteers! NENA Board members will be staffing the Info booth all weekend, armed with event maps, neighborhood volunteer opportunities, and best of all... Hyde Park Street Fair merchandise! Tees, Hoodies, stainless insulated pints, coozies, stickers, tattoos, posters and more will be available for purchase. All profits benefit NENA and our mission of protecting the Historic North End.
Lost & Found: Lost and found items can be turned in or collected at the NENA Information Booth.