Middleton Community Information

Middleton can trace its rich history to the Native American influence. When they camped along Indian Creek, they utilized the Idaho valley's abundant natural resources to the fullest. Now, the land is covered with farms, homes, businesses, industries and lush fields. In the same spirit, the regions modern inhabitants have discovered and capitalized on the area's generous assets. They have built carefully and planned for growth into the next century.

The quality of life in Middleton is enhanced by its numerous recreational and exploration opportunities. Activities are as varied as the terrain of the entire state of Idaho. The high desert location provides a perfect climate for year-round sports and recreation. Water or snow skiing, white water rafting, fishing and golfing are just some of the activities available to residents. Explore the nearby ghost town of Silver City, gaze at ancient Indian petroglyphs along the Snake River or hike along the highest sand dune in North America at Bruneau.

Communities in and around Middleton have launched dynamic efforts to revitalize the city’s economy, natural environmental resources and its future. The program covers most of the important segments of the community. The area initiatives include the rerouting and restoration of Indian Creek, development of the airport, restoration of the historic Train Depot, and design of a biking/hiking trail system.

Whether it's the cultural and recreational opportunities, the friendly people or the beautiful scenery, Middleton and the surrounding communities afford a quality of life second to none. The small town charm within a short distance of the bustling city life makes Middleton a great place to call home.

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