Indian Valley is a tiny unincorporated community in Adams County, Idaho, located in the far west-central section of the state, not too far from the border with Oregon. It lies approximately 12 miles east of Cambridge, ID and about 30 miles north of Boise, ID. It has a tiny population of only about 220 residents, who live in 90 households that are scattered widely throughout the community, and one post office. This is a predominantly rural area with large farms, cattle ranches, country roads, lush landscape, and a lot of mountainous terrain. There are only a few main roads in town, including Indian Valley Road, Monday Gulch Road, and North Crane Road. The little Weiser River runs along the western edge of town. Most of the residents spend their time maintaining their farms, tending their ranches, and listening to country music. Just south of Indian Valley is the Ben Ross reservoir with 350 acres of trails, numerous camping sites, and a lot of opportunities for bird-watching, swimming, boating, and hunting.