Scenes from the C.W. Moore park in downtown. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Moore was one of Boise’s pioneers. He opened a general store, got into mining, ranching, and later founded Idaho’s first chartered national bank.
The park is small, intimate, has a few benches and trees, and the waterwheel. A nice place to sit for a bit, have a cup of java, maybe read a book on a lunch break.
Besides the park, there is also an apartment complex, penthouse, and plaza named after him. His descendants still live in Boise, and are active in the community.