BLM cares for wild horses at the Boise Wild Horse Corrals while they await adoption or  return to the range.

Boise Wild Horse Off-Range Corral

At the Boise Off-Range Wild Horse Corral, the BLM cares for wild horses and sometimes a few burros in more than 101,000 square feet of corral space.

Due to facility capacity and preparations for the upcoming adoption season, the corral is only open for adoptions on specific days. No individual appointments are being taken at this time. 

Visitors are welcome to view the animals from outside the facility's fencing at any time.  Check back for updates on future opportunities.


The next adoption is planned for Nov. 10 – 12, 2023. Please check back for details on specific times. 


Click here to learn more about wild horse adoption requirements. 

Directions to the BLM Boise District Off-Range Wild Horse Corral: From I-84, exit on Orchard Street (Exit 52) and go south for approximately 1.7 miles, which turns into West Gowen Road. Continue for 0.5 mile. Turn right (south) on Pleasant Valley Road and go approximately 4 miles. Turn right at the “Wild Horse Corrals.”

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