East of Burley, at the junction of State Highway 77 and 81, is the city of Declo, originally known as Marschfield.
A thriving agricultural settlement, Declo began in the early 1900s when the Minidoka Dam began providing irrigation water. Declo is famous for its agriculture, with farms producing beets, beans, grains and the famous “Idaho Potato”.
Be sure to visit Declo during the Declo Days Celebration. Festivities kick off with a parade and continue throughout the day with events at Kiwanis Park on Main Street.