Caldwell is located to the west of the Treasure Valley. It is home to beautiful golf courses, museums and college of Idaho. Whether you are an amateur or a professional golfer you will love Purple Sage Golf Course. This beautiful 18-hole regulation length golf course was opened in 1962. This is a 71 par, 6,753 yards course that challenge both professional and amateur golfer. Take your whole family to Purple Sage Golf course and you will have a great time. It is a well maintain golf course which provides a great golfing experience. The golf course has a snack bar, banquet facilities and a pro shop. The staffs are very friend and will make you feel welcome. If you like smaller and less crowded golf course then you can go to Fairview Municipal Golf Course. It is a 9-hole course with lush green grass surrounded by maple, olive and pine trees. It is comparatively left challenging golf course ideal for beginners or people who just wanting to have some fun time with family and friends. The city has more than a dozen beautiful parks and recreational facilities such as swimming, soccer, volleyball and softball. Many of the parks also provide playground equipments for children. If you like to see the cowboys in action then you can go to Caldwell Night Rodeo. It features both roughstock and timed events where cowboys participate in various contests to show their skills at riding broncos, roping calves and wrestling steers. Caldwell Night Rodeo is listed among the top 20 professional rodeos in the country. It draws many tourists to the city every week and gives them the glimpse of Idaho country life and the source of entertainment.
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Caldwell has a rich past, full of history and artifacts and the museum is a great place to look for history. Located at the main street, Our Memories Indian Creek Museum is owned and operated by the Canyon County Historical Society. It was originally started by Dr. Archie & Opal Gulley then later transferred the ownership to the Historical Society in 2005. The museum features thousands of artifacts in over 30 rooms showcasing the lifestyle in Canyon County many years ago. Some of the artifacts include a vintage kitchen, parlor, pantry, bedrooms and more. The Indian Creek Museum allows visitors to take the journey to the past as they walk through the rooms furnished with late 1800s and early 1900s artifacts. Another museum that the visitors to the area may find fascinating is the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History. It is operated by the College of Idaho located in William Judson Boone Hall. It is the only natural history museum in the southwestern region of Idaho. The goal of the museum is to support the educational programs, to provide resources for the scientific research and the community. The museum offers many regional displays and collections. The college also has loaned museum collection from all over the globe. The collection includes fossils, insects, Navajo sand paintings, Indian pottery and many more artifacts. The museum even has a large display of Baja California flora and fauna. The museum staffs are very friendly and will answer any question you have. It is a great place for the whole family to spend the afternoon. If you are done touring the museum and have some time to spare then you can even walk across the College of Idaho campus. It is also known as Albertson College of Idaho. The college has nationally recognized athletic teams in all sports including baseball, basketball, hockey and skiing.