Springfield is a tiny community on the north side of the American Falls Reservoir in southeastern Idaho. Springfield is distinguished by Springfield Lake on the edge of town, a moderately small lake on Danielson Creek. The lake and surrounding shoreline have been designated the Springfield Bird Refuge, and the official boundary of it includes the bulk of the town. With the American Falls Reservoir nearby, Springfield has a bit of tourist draw in spite of its small size.
Idaho Highway 39 passes through Springfield, and other rural roads lead out of the town. The elevation is 4,429 feet, and no population figure is available, but it must be under 100. Farmland surrounds Springfield where extensive crops of potatoes, lettuce and wheat are grown.
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1960 West Road|
805 South Street
Crystal Springs Road|
State Highway 39