Chesterfield, Idaho

Chesterfield, Idaho

Chesterfield, Idaho

Chesterfield, Idaho

A ghost town in Caribou County, Idaho, United States. It is located in Gem Valley at an elevation of 5,446 feet (1,660 m)

The community includes a cemetery and former buildings of the LDS Church such as a former meeting house, amusement hall and tithing house.
Located along a route of the Oregon Trail, Chesterfield was founded by Mormon settlers in 1881. After a railroad line was built through Bancroft to the south, the community lost some of its momentum, and agricultural difficulties led to its desertion by the end of the 1930s