Idaho Places offers general localities that makes a community within Idaho's counties. This section is a peripheral view of what's cities, towns, or unincorporated communities, and perhaps known ghost towns of Idaho.
Idaho’s central counties consist of thirteen counties, which none, but one---Oneida County---were not incorporated until end of the nineteenth century and into the early twentieth century. Oneida County was a part of the few original counties that were organized by 1864 under the Idaho territorial legislature.
The following counties (from north to south) are: Clark, Fremont, Jefferson, Madison, Teton, Bingham, Bonneville, Power, Bannock, Caribou, Oneida, Franklin, and Bear Lake counties. To learn about each county’s communities name-place, simply click on the county’s name on map.