What is this?! Population three?! I've see some small towns here in the state of Idaho but this one takes the cake.

Warm River, Idaho is officially the smallest town in the entire state.

Back in 2000 the town was three times as populated with ten residents, three households, and three families calling Warm River home.

Since then seven people have moved out, taking the population down to just three as of 2010.

There are no children currently living in Warm River which occupies less than a square mile along the Warm River near Rexburg on the Eastern part of the state. There's also not a lot of diversity in Warm River. 100% of the population is Caucasian.

It's funny to me that this is even considered a town. Who's the mayor? Do they have a parade in the summertime?

For a list of other really tiny towns throughout the country click HERE.