Nampa is the fastest growing city in Idaho. If you are visiting Nampa and enjoy learning about the history of the Airplane then you must go to the Warhawk Air Museum located at Municipal Way. The museum is a non-profit organization and considered as one of the best historic attractions in the state. This 20,000 square-foot Air Museum preserves the aviation history from the beginning of flight through the space age including the World War II history. The museum features aircraft from the World War II such as P-51C Mustang and Curtiss P-40 fighter planes. Some of these airplanes are in excellent condition. The museum also displays a variety of WWII home front artifacts including sweetheart pillows, ration books, victory puzzles, victory mail and more. Visitors can explore various WWII aircraft as they stroll through the museum. The museum collection also includes a replica of German fighter plane. You will be able to learn about the past and the future of the space technology at the NASA Space Place Club. There is a gift shop at the entrance of the museum where you can buy aviation memorabilia. If you like shopping then you can go to Karcher Mall. It is an enclosed shopping mall located in Nampa. It is the oldest shopping mall in Idaho. It is also the second largest shopping center in the Treasure Valley area, first being the Boise Towne Square Mall. The mall has 28 stores including anchor stores such as Macy's Clearance Center, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Bon Marche, Ross Dress for Less and Discount Furniture. For movie-goers there is Karcher Reel Cinema where you can watch all the latest movies that are released. Karcher Mall also has many restaurants with various specialty meals for hungry shoppers.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is not only the largest rental car company in North America but also has a large selection of car varied in makes and models. It is the best time to rent a car from Enterprise because they are offering great discounts that will save customers a lot of money on their next rental cars.
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There are nearly 25 parks and a recreational center in Nampa. Lakeview Park is the oldest and the largest park in the city covering over 44-acre area. This scenic park features a beautiful rose garden, an amphitheater, a playground, a duck pond, covered picnic shelters, swimming pool and horseshoe pits. People can reserve the rose garden for weddings and special events. You can also reserve the amphitheater for outdoor concerts and plays. Lakeview Park draws many visitors for its huge picnic shelters, large open areas and scenic landscape. This is a great place for the whole family. You can feed the ducks, swim in the pool and play on the playground all in one place. If you like watching wildlife in their natural habitat then you will enjoy your time at the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. The Wildlife Refuge attracts thousands of visitors each year to Nampa. This 11,000-acre wildlife conservation is home to more than 200 bird species. The refuse consists of wetlands, grasslands, open water and riparian. The Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge has two sections. The largest portion of the refuge is surrounded by Lake Lowell which is popular for boating, fishing and swimming. The rest of the portion is comprised of the Snake River Islands located along the river in the surrounding counties. Different species of birds migrate to this refuge all year round making it a fascination place for bird watchers. The Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge serves as a resting and breeding place for winter birds including Canada geese and mallards. The refuse was named a “Globally Important Bird Area” by the American Bird Conservancy. There is a visitor center at the refuge site where visitors can educate themselves about the refuge wildlife and their habitats.