Introduction to Jerome, Idaho
Jerome is located in the Jerome County, which was founded in 1919 by the Idaho Legislature through a partition of the Lincoln county. Jerome County is considered to be named after either Jerome Hill, a North side Irrigation Project developer, or his son - in - law Jerome Kuhn.
Jerome and nearby Attractions
- Jerome County Historical Museum
- Jerome City Hall
- Candlelight Park
- Gayle Forsyth Memorial Park
- Jerome County Fairgrounds
Things To Do In Jerome
The City of Jerome is home to many parks and open spaces including the Camozzi Park, Gayle Forsyth Memorial Park, and Candlelight Park. The Jerome County Historical Museum is also a "must visit" destination for its rich historical significance. Other notable locations include the Jerome County Fairgrounds and the Jerome City Hall. Jerome also hosts several festivals like Idaho Farm and Ranch Museum Live History Days, and the Jerome County Fair and Rodeo every year.
Joslin Field - Magic Valley Regional Airport is the nearest airport.
Jerome Higher Education
The College of Southern Idaho, Boise State University, Utah State University, and Idaho State University offer facilities for higher studies.