Nampa Idaho Shopping
Karcher Mall opened in August 1965 and has been present in Treasure Valley for over 50 years, most recently as part of the Boise Towne Square Mall. Karcher Mall was the largest shopping mall in Treasure County until 1988, when the Boise Towne Square Mall opened.
The mall had 37 stores, including Wal-Mart, Target, Home Depot, Best Buy, Sears, Macy's and Walmart. At the time of the closure, the mall had 28 stores, plus Ross Stores, a department store and a restaurant.
There are other shopping and dining options directly opposite Treasure Valley Marketplace, including restaurants, grocery stores, a grocery store and even a movie theater. The Karcher Mall is surrounded by other shopping options that cater for a variety of needs, but it is a great place to stop in if you get hungry while shopping. The surrounding shopping center is adjacent to the Idaho State Fairgrounds, Boise State University campus and the University of Idaho campus.
These shopping malls together allow everyone to find everything they need in one afternoon, from clothing and accessories to electronics, electronics and even food and drink.