Southeastern Idaho includes the seven counties of Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power.
It is bordered on the east by Wyoming and on the south by Utah, and has four distinct seasons, which provide almost endless recreational opportunities.
The region is very diverse geographically, ranging from timber-covered forests and springs, streams, rivers, lakes and reservoirs to high mountain desert with some of the most productive farmland in Idaho.
The region’s economy is also very diverse including agriculture, high-tech manufacturing, services and trade.
Pocatello is southeastern Idaho’s largest city and home to Idaho State University.