Like most towns, Caldwell boasts a fair share of its best fun spots. These areas are not only iconic in their history but are also fun-filled in all measures. While here, below are some of the top-rated sites you should ensure you see. Learn more here.
Here on the AgVenture Trail, you’ll experience the simple life in the heart of Idaho’s Snake River Valley. The free self-guided tour begins and ends in Canyon County and Downtown Caldwell, winding along country roads through Marsing, Homedale, and Parma. During the journey, you’ll travel through organic farms and orchards — where you can pick fresh produce, tend farm animals, learn to make cheese, dine on a world-class farm-to-fork meal. You’ll experience the simple life right alongside the farmers and ranchers who live it every day. Learn more about Caldwell, ID is an Eventful City.
Every year, Caldwell’s city transforms into a real-life winter wonderland from the weekend before Thanksgiving until the first week of January. Over one million holiday lights cover trees, buildings, bridges all over town, painting the city in a mesmerizing glow. Children, families, and couples skate under the lights on a giant outdoor skating rink. A singing Christmas tree stands tall on the corner of Indian Creek Plaza. Visiting Caldwell in the winter is a reminder of just how magical this season can indeed be.