Introduction to Burley, Idaho
The present day City of Burley is partly located in Minidoka County, which was established on January 28, 1913; and partly in Cassia County. In 1918, it became the county seat of Cassia County, which was organized on February 20, 1879 and was named after the Cassia Creek. Prior to that Albion was the county seat. It is the second - largest city of Magic Valley.
Burley and nearby Attractions
- Minidoka County Historical Museum
- Lake Walcott State Park
- Murtaugh Lake County Park
- Stanley Museum
- Cassia County Historical Museum
Things To Do In Burley
Tourists can visit the Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge while staying the City of Burley. The local parks like the East Park, Freedom Park, and West Park are also ideal for spending your leisure hours. One can also have a look at the Goose Creek. The city also hosts several events and festivals such as the Cassia County Fair every year.
Joslin Field - Magic Valley Regional Airport provides facilities for air transportation.
Burley Higher Education
Higher education facilities are provided by the College of Southern Idaho, Idaho State University, Utah State University, and Weber State University.