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Centennial Ranch is located in Bonneville County, Idaho. It is a subdivision neighborhood in Ammon City. There are close to 20,000 people in Ammon city. With a slogan such as 'Where Tomorrow Begins,' it is one of the fastest-growing cities.

Ammon is the 15th largest city in Idaho surrounded by the Ammon foothills to the east and Idaho Falls to the west. If this isn't reason enough to consider the neighborhood of Centennial Ranch as your new home, let's take a look at five other reasons. 

Location of Centennial Ranch, Idaho


 

Located in the Snake River Valley, its countryside stretches to the upper parts of the valley. Ideally placed next to Idaho Falls, the fourth-largest city in Idaho. Residents enjoy living in a smaller city yet have amenities and opportunities of a larger city within reach. 

The Caribou and Blackfoot Mountains are to the southeast and south of Ammon and are perfect for those who wish to live an outdoor lifestyle. Centennial Ranch in the Southeastern part of Idaho means plenty of renowned destinations, attractions, and all-year enjoyment with four seasons.  

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Schools in and Around Centennial Ranch, Idaho


 

The schools in Centennial Ranch fall under the school district of Centennial Ranch-Bon, the Bonneville Joint School District. The following schools serve the children in this subdivision:

Hillview Elementary School

Location: 3075 Teton Street, Ammon, ID

Caters to: Pre-kindergarten to Grade 6

Tiebreaker Elementary School

Location: 3100 1st Street, Idaho Falls, ID

Caters to: Pre-kindergarten to Grade 6

White Pine Charter Elementary School 

Location: 2959 John Adams Parkway, Ammon, ID

Caters to: Kindergarten to Grade 11

Sandcreek Middle School

Location: 2955 Owen Street, Ammon, ID

Caters to: Grade 7 to 8

Hillcrest High School

Location: 2800 Owen Street, Ammon, ID

Caters to: Grade 9 to 12

Options for higher education include:

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Real Estate in Centennial Ranch, Idaho


 

The availability of space and affordable housing are some reasons for the rapid growth in Ammon. Real estate properties are available in neighborhoods, subdivisions, acreage land, farms, and golf course homes. 

The affordability of real estate combined with the low cost of living appeals to many home buyers. The primary property type is single-family detached homes. Other property types are a mix of townhomes, condominiums, and ranches. 

This established community has properties that cater to various needs of singles, couples, and families. 

Amenities in and Around Centennial Ranch, Idaho


 

Centennial Ranch is a small subdivision in Ammon, but that doesn't mean it lacks amenities. There are restaurants, shops, and entertainment options nearby. Here are some of the amenities residents enjoy.

The local parks in Ammon make for ideal gathering places for picnics, walks, sports, and activities. Some parks in the Centennial Ranch vicinity include:

  • Eagle Point Park
  • McCowin Park
  • Orland Bailey Park
  • Falcon Park

McCowin Park is Ammon's largest park, measuring 18-acres. The go-to spot for many families and residents. It boasts amenities such as a swimming pool, splash pad, playground, picnic spots, tennis courts, ball fields, a nine-hole disc golf course, and walking paths. 

Grand Teton Mall has a great selection of retail stores and dining options. The Idaho Falls Family YMCA is an indoor sports area that offers indoor youth sports, a fitness center, active older adults programs, and free consultations with personal trainers. Sand Creek and Pinecrest are 6-hole short golf courses less than 15 minutes drive from Centennial Ranch. 

Less than 20 minutes from Centennial Ranch is the Idaho Falls River Walk-Greenbelt Trail. It features a massive space with paved trails along 14 miles of riverbanks, with a stunning 600-foot wide waterfall. 

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Attractions Surrounding Centennial Ranch, Idaho


 

Residents won't have to travel very far to access many of the attractions in the region. There is something of interest for all! 

Museum of Idaho

The Museum of Idaho is in downtown Idaho Falls and is less than 15 minutes from the Centennial Ranch neighborhood. It explores topics around history and science, houses collections, traveling exhibits, and educational programs for any age. 

Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park 

The zoo, known as the 'best little zoo in the west,' is 7-acres and features over 300 animals from all parts of the world. It also offers educational programs and a Children's Zoo farmyard, especially for kids. 

Tautphaus Park property is an urban park named after a German developer in the 19th century. It's one of the oldest and largest, spanning 84.5 acres, with lots of attractions in one place. It features an ice arena, Amusement Park, five ball diamonds, tennis courts, a basketball court, a skateboard park, volleyball, and a playground. 

Japanese Friendship Gardens

The garden is less than 20 minutes from Centennial Ranch. It is part of the Idaho Falls Greenbelt. The gardens are near the Broadway Bridge, which connects both sides of the river. Placed on an island in the Snake River, the falls nearby only add to the beauty and serenity of the gardens.  

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The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho

Also called TAM, the museum has five galleries, an interactive art learning area, and a gift shop. The museum hosts summer camps, workshops for adults, and art lessons. 

East Idaho Aquarium

The East Idaho Aquarium is a popular attraction amongst adults and children. It's a non-profit founded in 2013 with a mission to 

It has ocean life exhibits, a shark exhibit, a stingray exhibit, and non-marine animals. 

The diverse landscapes surrounding the city of Ammon provide an opportunity to explore many of the mountains and reserves. Namely Snake River, Blackfoot Mountain Reservoir, Caribou Mountain and Caribou National Forest, Little Valley Reservoir, Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Camas National Wildlife Refuge, and St. Anthony Sand Dunes.  

Conclusion


 

If you are thinking of moving, the subdivision of Centennial Ranch, Idaho, could be the place for you to start a new life. It has an incredible setting, plenty of schooling options, and is minutes away from family-friendly attractions. It even has real estate and nature within your reach. 

 

Keller Williams Realty East Idaho prides themselves on providing the highest level of service to all of their clients. Whether you are looking to buy or sell the Keller Williams Realty East Idaho team wants you to rest assured knowing that their interests are our main concern and we will work to ensure you are getting the outcome you deserve. 

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