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On the Western edge of the Treasure Valley in Southwest Idaho is the dynamic city of Caldwell, Idaho. Caldwell, Idaho serves as the county seat for Canyon County and is among the top ten most populated urban communities in the State of Idaho. This suburb of Boise lies approximately 26 miles from Idaho’s capital. The Caldwell region is a mix of the urban environment and rural countryside. This makes it an ideal location to reside if you seek affordable living within the Boise metro area but want to enjoy the quiet lifestyle of county living.
Another key reason many people desire to live in Caldwell is its historical residential district. The Steunenberg Residential Historic District is a protected neighborhood near Caldwell’s core and The College of Idaho that contains over 300 diverse residences. Many of these homes display distinct architecture and lot features that give us a glimpse of this city’s past. It is rare in Idaho to find a neighborhood like this one with so many of its original structures still intact.
The enchanting historical charm found within Caldwell’s boundaries is also witnessed in its charismatic downtown. Local entrepreneurs, like the Amano Restaurant, have embraced the historical elements of these buildings to create a warm and inviting atmosphere for its patrons. Many business owners are in the process of revitalizing the business district to both give homage to the past and enhance these beautiful structures. There are plans for the Downtown Caldwell Organization to develop an outdoor public plaza that will feature outdoor seating, a concert stage, an ice skating rink, and a fountain.
One focal point of downtown is Indian Creek Park which is a 5-acre haven that has lush landscaping and two walking paths along the creek winding through town. The park also highlights a gazebo and pedestrian bridges that suspend over Indian Creek. This area is a breathtaking site in the winter months when the entire park is illuminated with millions of lights for the annual Winter Wonderland event.
Another remarkable downtown site to visit is the restored Caldwell Train Depot and Interpretive Center. This old Union Pacific Railroad Station is a great location for small weddings or gatherings with its historic brick façade and decorative brick outdoor plaza complete with a fountain.
Caldwell’s history is also significantly rooted in an agricultural background. In fact, one of the city’s major attractions is the Van Slyke Agricultural Museum located in Memorial Park which commemorates this history. The open-air museum showcases antique farm machinery, railroad cars, and two pioneer log cabins.
The agricultural industry in Caldwell is still an essential part of the territory today. Canyon County is recognized as Idaho’s wine and orchard country. Some of Idaho’s finest wines are produced in the lush vineyards of Caldwell’s local wineries like Ste. Chapelle Winery, Bitner Vineyards, and Hells Canyon Winery.
Residents of Caldwell enjoy celebrating several annual community events. These include the Canyon County Fair & Festival, the Caldwell Night Rodeo, the 4th of July Celebration, Winter Wonderland, and the Indian Creek Festival which highlights a variety of activities including a car show and cardboard kayak race.
Throughout the year, Caldwell offers several public parks for its citizens to recreate, play or gather. The active crowd can appreciate Memorial Park with its four tennis courts, a municipal swimming pool, a basketball court, a skateboard park, and a sand volleyball court. Another beautiful park to visit and recreate is Luby Park. It features several sportsman courts as well but also highlights a stunning rose garden. For nature lovers, Curtis Park is an ideal destination. This 15-acre wilderness park is situated along the Boise River with nature trails, a fire pit, and a natural spring. Sportsmen will appreciate Caldwell’s Rotary Pond Park. This unique park offers fishing opportunities, greenbelt walking trails, and an archery range.
Many people choose Caldwell, Idaho to be their hometown because they love the affordable living and the rural atmosphere, yet still enjoy being close to the Boise metro area for commuting to work. Caldwell, Idaho is a city that both embraces its historic neighborhoods and offers more rural real estate living options.
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