Bannock County, Idaho may be the portion of Idaho Real Estate you have been looking for. It is named after the Indigenous people who lived there (with a spelling from the European settlers of the area). It is a larger area, consisting of 75,565 people. Cities in the county include Arimo, Chubbuck, Downey, Inkom, Lava Hot Springs, McCammon, Pocatello (which is also partially in Power County), and Fort Hall, which is in county and on the Shoshone-Bannock Reservation. Other communities include Swanlake, Virginia, and Robin.
Property taxes on Bannock Real Estate average 1.972% for Urban areas, and 1.080% for Rural areas, with an overall average of 1.796%. Bannock County has diverse schooling, in both private and public schools, and has activities to suit all. Check out the properties below or use our advanced search page to find your dream home amongst some of Idaho Real Estate's finest properties.
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Bannock County, Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Landmarks and Points of Interest
There are 29 nationally registered landmarks, including the Pocatello Carnegie Library and Fort Hall on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. The Fort Hall Indian Reservation offers a casino, dining, an RV park, gift shops, and the Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Museum.
The Caribou-Targhee National Forest is perfect for nature lovers, with views of the Teton Range, waterfalls, and tubing activities. Hiking, camping, watersports and trout fishing are also offered. Or, travel is easy to Lava Hot Springs, which offer natural hot springs that flow and soothe the spirit, running naturally between 95-110 degrees. Lava Hot Springs and Bannock County also have Portneuf river tubing, water parks, and horseback riding.
Historians and history buffs can also enjoy the Bannock County Historical Museum & Fort Hall 19th Century Replica.
Golf lovers can enjoy a variety of golf courses, including the Highland Golf Course, the Juniper Hills Country Club, the Riverside Golf Course, and the Thunder Canyon Golf Course. These courses range from par 35 to par 72, with a notable hole at Thunder Canyon—hole number five, which is 401 yards, par 3, and requires a shot over a creek.
Nightlife includes dining at the Fort Hall Indian Casino, the Green Triangle Bar, Five Mile Inn, and Hooligans in Pocatello.
It seems that no matter what one brings to Bannock County, there are plenty of things to do and see, from historical interests to gaming and outdoor activities. In fact, Bannock County has much to offer, it is well worth the purchase of Idaho real estate to settle down in the community. View information and real estate listings in other Idaho cities.
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Listing information last updated on August 23rd, 2017 at 1:07pm MDT.