Southwestern Idaho

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Southwestern Idaho highlighted in red on a map of Idaho.

Southwestern Idaho is a geographical term for the area along the state of Idaho's borders with Oregon and Nevada. It includes the populous areas of the Boise metropolitan area, Treasure Valley and Magic Valley.

Counties[edit]

Ada | Adams | Boise | Canyon | Elmore | Gem | Owyhee | Payette | Valley | Washington

Cities and towns[edit]

Atlanta (Historic) | Boise | Bruneau | Caldwell | Cambridge | Cascade | Council | Donnelly | Eagle | Emmett | Fall Creek | Featherville | Fruitland | Garden Valley | Glenns Ferry | Grand View | Horseshoe Bend | Idaho City | Kuna | Lowman | Marsing | McCall | Meridian | Mountain Home | Murphy | Nampa | New Meadows | New Plymouth | Parma | Payette | Silver City | Weiser | Wilder | Yellow Pine

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Coordinates: 43°30′N 116°30′W / 43.500°N 116.500°W / 43.500; -116.500