What is the largest county in Idaho?


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2008-11-25 03:36:47
2008-11-25 03:36:47

The largest county in Idaho is Idaho County, it is 8,485 sq mi, the county seat is Grangeville, and it is located in central Idaho.


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The three largest counties in Idaho are Idaho County, Custer County, and Owyhee County. The largest of these three is Idaho County at 8,485 square miles.

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Idaho County - 8,485 Square Miles

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Idaho County is Idaho's largest county based on area with 8,485 square miles.

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