• Evening in downtown Caldwell

    photo credit: Dan Smede

  • Main Street, circa 1950-s - Ellis

    photo credit - unknown

  • 2018 4th of July Fireworks

    Dan Smede

  • Historic Caldwell Home

    Jan Boles

  • Cardboard Kayak Races - 2018

    Destination Caldwell

  • Indian Creek Plaza ice ribbon

    Destination Caldwell

  • Winter Wonderland - 7th St Bridge

    Angie Point

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The Treasure of the Valley!
Caldwell is the first major city and western entrance to the magnificent and picturesque Treasure Valley and is located on the beautiful Boise River. A community full of friendly, sincere people are here to greet you and to help with all your travel needs. We can take care of your hotel and motel accommodations, your appetite with wonderful food from our local restaurants and your wish for adventure with our variety of recreation.


 Caldwell is the home of two magnificent golf courses, along with green belts and walking paths for your recreational needs. There are many parks providing opportunities for swimming, softball, soccer, volleyball, and playground equipment for the children.  

The Idaho wine industry is an ever-growing attraction which simply cannot be missed!  Be sure to get your copy of the Idaho Wine Country Map and begin your adventure in the Snake River Appellation today!

Caldwell is the County seat for Canyon County. The County Courthouse is the hub of county government. The Canyon County Fair, the Caldwell Night Rodeo (a national top 5 ranked event) and the Buckaroo Breakfast are just a few of the places and events celebrated by the City of Caldwell.

Caldwell is home of College of Idaho, the nations #1 small liberal arts college. Agriculture continues to be a hue strength in and around Caldwell, but diversity of the business community is part of our growth. Proudly, Caldwell is also the foundation community of the J.R. Simplot Company. Today, the Simplot Company continues to be one of the world’s largest processors and producers of frozen food products.



Thinking of Relocating?

Then explore these links in addition to the ones above for valuable information to help you make that important decision. Each of the sites listed below and to the right provides even more documentation and data for download. And, if you have any other questions at all, or need any further information not shown, then call the Chamber of Commerce, (208) 459-7493, or email us! We are here to serve you!