Driggs, Idaho is the County seat for Teton County, Idaho. Nestled at an elevation of 6200 ft between the majestic Tetons and the beautiful Big Hole Mountains, Driggs has a diverse population of approximately 1,300 people in an incorporated area of nearly 350 acres.
Driggs was founded by Don Carlos Driggs whose descendants later moved to Arizona where most live still, though some remain. John Driggs, a descendant of Don Carlos Driggs, later became the mayor of Phoenix, AZ in the 1970's. National Geographic magazine listed Driggs as one of the 10 best outdoor recreation destinations in the US.For those looking for adventures outside of downtown shopping life, Driggs, Idaho has those opportunities waiting here for you. Local outfitters and guides offer everything from fishing and hunting to mountain biking and skiing to a hot air balloon or glider ride over the valley. The City of Driggs also has numerous parks to entertain the kids, including a newly built skatepark.