Huston is an unincorporated community in Canyon County, Idaho, United States. Huston is 4.5 miles (7.2 km) north-northeast of Marsing. Huston, Idaho, was the transportation hub for farmers to ship fresh fruits and vegetables via the Boise Interurban Railway. Locavore wasn’t just a philosophy but a way of life, as surrounding towns received the freshest produce from the market basket of Huston and the nearby farming community. Not much remains of what was the historic town of Huston. There is still a tiny post office. See more here.
Huston is located west of the Rocky Mountains and just north of the Great Basin deserts. The Boise River snakes through the city, and in the summer, offers up the perfect conditions for river floating. Residents and visitors alike enjoy year-round outdoor adventures, including hiking, skiing, cycling, and whitewater rafting. See here for information about Fischer, Idaho is an Excellent Residential Area.
Huston’s climate is not a one-trick pony. Residents get to soak up all four seasons here, with summers that aren’t too hot and winters that aren’t too chilly. Summer temperatures clock in at an average of 71 degrees, while winter temperatures hover around 32 degrees. Rain is minimal here, with an average of just 12 inches per year and more than 200 sunny days a year.