Living in Rexburg, Idaho:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Rexburg, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Rexburg what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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The beautiful city of Rexburg, ID is set beautifully close to the Grand Tetons Mountains Range. The valley creates a constant breeze full of floral and farm smells. While very small compared to most, this city is full of unique restaurants and outdoor adventures. White water rafting, horseback riding and hikes are often the most popular outings embraced by both locals and tourists.

Rexburg is a small college town in the corner of a backwater state. The surrounding area is picturesque and full of outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, and hunting, but there is little else by way of entertainment. The job market is also poor, and obtaining employment can be difficult.

Lametrias, says: 2020

Rexburg is a very small town without very much to do. If you are looking for an exciting, bustling city full of new adventure, you’d be better served elsewhere. Going on walks and exploring the town is one of the few pastimes that my family enjoys. It that sounds like something you would enjoy, then perhaps you’ll enjoy living in Rexburg.

Wonhee, says: 2020

Rexburg was a small town in Southeast Idaho, up until 2004. That’s when the local academy, Ricks College, transitioned to a four year university. Brigham Young University – Idaho now has one of the highest enrollment numbers in the state! The community is growing quickly to keep up, but even the most talented builders can’t compete with the beautiful surroundings of a place known as “America’s Family Community.” Just an hour’s drive away from Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, and many other amazing outdoor attractions, Rexburg is a great place to settle in if you love adventure and community.

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