Caldwell has come to be referred to as “the treasure of the valley.” The city has a population of roughly 43,000 people, with many newer subdivisions and neighborhoods as well as historic homes and buildings.
In the last several years, Caldwell has undergone major renovations to revive the serene Indian Creek, which flows through the heart of downtown. Caldwell has two golf courses, museums, greenbelts, over a dozen city parks, and is home to the annual Indian Creek Festival.
The beautiful Lake Lowell is also located in Caldwell. With a shoreline spanning 28 miles, the lake is part of the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. Recreational activities include animal watching, boating, fishing, and swimming.
The nationally-ranked Caldwell Night Rodeo is held every year in Caldwell at the Simplot Stadium, The nearby nationally-ranked College of Idaho recently won the national championship in baseball, basketball, and skiing.
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