Meridian – Things to do with your Team

It’s fitting that Meridian is located in the center of the Treasure Valley, an area in the western United States that encompasses most of southwestern Idaho, since the city of Meridian itself is quite a treasure.

You and your team will discover why for yourselves when you’re treated to Meridian’s extensive assortment of things to see and do during your stay.

The reason why Meridian is home to such great attractions like Roaring Springs Waterpark and The Village at Meridian is because it’s part of the metropolitan area of Boise, Idaho’s state capital and most populous city, making it travel destination for the many residents of Boise and beyond.


Wahooz Family Fun Zone

Wahooz Family Fun Zone is Meridian’s premier destination for year-round fun and games for kids of all ages; yes, that includes kids at heart too!

Their fantastic family-friendly facility takes fun to a whole new level with 17 exciting indoor and outdoor attractions like two go-kart tracks, two mini-golf courses, bumper boats, batting cages, laser tag, and an arcade with over 80 games with loads of great prizes to be won!

If you’re visiting Wahooz with younger children they’re sure to enjoy the age-appropriate fun offered at the Kiddie Cove soft play area, which features a 16-foot slide, zip line, magic carpet ride, disc swing, and more. 1385 S Blue Marlin Ln, Meridian, ID 83642


Roaring Springs Waterpark

Located right next door to Wahooz Family Fun Zone is Roaring Springs Waterpark, one of the largest water parks in the northwest.

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With so many great attractions there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Roaring Springs Waterpark.

For thrill seekers there’s heart-pounding rides like Corkscrew Cavern, the first 360-degree looping water slide in the entire northwest; Viper’s Vortex, where riders zoom down a four-story flume into a high-velocity vortex; and The Avalanche, a two-person slide that feels as if you’re being propelled down an icy mountainside.

If you prefer your aquatic attractions to be a little less action-packed or are visiting with a team of younger children, Roaring Spring Waterpark has plenty of other less extreme rides that will keep everyone satisfied. These include the Endless River, perfect for an afternoon of lazy rafting with a few surprises along the way, and the Little Splash Mountain Kiddie Play Area.

Discounted admission rates are available for groups of 15 or more. 400 W Overland Rd, Meridian, ID 83642


The Village at Meridian

The Village at Meridian makes for the perfect place for you and your team to gather during some downtime. Whether you’re all looking to shop, dine, play, or a combination of the three, The Village at Meridian is the place to go. There you’ll find upscale apparel and specialty retail, fine restaurants and cafes, a movie theater, and more.

With buildings featuring European-style architecture, tree-lined streets, a children’s play area, and a giant, world-class fountain that performs hourly shows choreographed to lights and music, The Village at Meridian is an Idaho destination that’s as unexpected as it is unique. 3597 E Monarch Sky Ln, Meridian, ID 83646


Village Cinema 15

Meridian - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsVillage Cinema 15 gives a whole new meaning to “lights, camera, action!” As The Village at Meridian’s movie theater it should come as no surprise that Village Cinema 15 is a cut above the rest.

Not only does Village Cinema 15 have 15 auditoriums with wall-to-wall screens; it’s also home to two 60-foot Giant Screens with Dolby Atmos immersive sound.

Reserved seating takes the guesswork out of choosing where to sit; now you can choose your favorite seat before you even get to the theater.

If you and your team are looking to further enhance your viewing experience as you watch the latest superhero blockbuster or action-packed thriller, Village Cinema 15 offers revolutionary D-BOX motion seating, which allows viewers to feel all of the on-screen action.

A variety of in-house upscale dining options make Village Cinema 15 just as good of a place to eat a meal as it is to see a movie while in Meridian. 3711 E Longwing Ln, Meridian, ID 83646


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Big Al’s

Big Al’s is the place to take your team for big fun! Big Al’s is a cut above your everyday family-fun facility.

Your group can have an upscale bowling experience on one of their 42 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, test your skills in their 7,000-square-foot arcade featuring over 200 latest and greatest games, and more.

Fuel the fun with a meal at their on-site restaurant, which serves up grub that everyone loves like burgers, pizza, salads, and more, as well as sweet treats such as oven-baked skillet cookies and fudgy brownies. 1900 N Eagle Rd, Meridian, ID 83646


Meridian Speedway

Ready, set, go to Meridian Speedway for non-stop automotive action and excitement! Established in 1951, Meridian Speedway has been the hub for hot races in the Treasure Valley for over 60 years.

Their meticulously-maintained quarter-mile oval track track is used for a variety of races featuring late models, sprint cars, stock cars, and more.

Regular races are held every weekend from April through September with special events taking place throughout the season. Ticket prices vary based on the type of event. 335 S Main St, Meridian, ID 83642


Settler’s Park

For an afternoon of outdoor fun with the team, set a course for Settler’s Park. This 57-acre park is home to an extensive variety of amenities and features, including the Adventure Island Playground Area, the Settlers Village Square Area, the Leighton Family Baseball/Softball Complex, a winter disc golf course, and more.

The Adventure Island Playground Area is the perfect place for kid-friendly fun and is made up of Idaho’s first universally-accessible playground; a Little City of Rocks feature for adventurous young visitors to scale, climb, and conquer; a Sound Garden where imaginative kids can explore an assortment of rings, dings, pings, and more; and a Splash Pad that’s a great way to escape the warm weather from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The Settlers Village Square Area offers all-ages outdoor entertainment with two tennis courts and 16 tournament-style horseshoe courts.

There are also picnic shelters with charcoal grills dotted throughout the park that are available to rent, which are a great way to enjoy a quick snack or meal outdoors with your group. 3245 N Meridian Rd, Meridian, ID 83646


The name “Treasure Valley” was coined in 1959 by Pete Olesen, president of the valley’s association of local Chambers of Commerce, to reflect the treasure chest of resources and opportunities that the region offered.

Little did he know that Treasure Valley would also be considered a treasure because it’s home to great travel destinations like Meridian.