About Pocatello, ID From the Web…
“Founded in 1889, Pocatello is known as the “Gateway to the Northwest.” As pioneers, gold miners and settlers traveled the Oregon Trail, they passed through the Portneuf Gap south of town.”
“The city of Pocatello is located in southeast Idaho and nestled at 4,448 feet in the western foothills of the Rocky Mountains along the Oregon Trail. Pocatello has an unusually desirable four-season climate where clear, sunny and dry is the norm. The city has 32 parks, a Museum of Natural History, the Fort Hall Replica, Golf Courses, Swimming Complex, Bike & Hiking Trails, Pocatello Junction, Skate Park, and the Pocatello Zoo are just of few of the attractions visitors and residents enjoy.”
We serve the following cities:
Pocatello, Chubbuck, Blackfoot, Idaho Falls, Ammon, Preston, Rupert, Burley, Rexburg, Twin Falls, Hailey, and Jerome, and Logan, North Ogden, and Brigham City in Utah, and Jackson in Wyoming.
We serve the following counties:
Bannock, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, and Power, and Cache, Weber, and Box Elder in Utah, and Teton in Wyoming.