Amid snow-capped peaks under azure skies sits the tranquil “panhandle” of Northern Idaho – widely known for its fresh mountain air and natural beauty. Located within a half-hour of an international airport, and perched perfectly at the crossroads of Interstate 90 and Highway 95, it’s the ideal jumping off point from which to explore the wild west. But with an unlimited supply of year-round recreation opportunities, including hiking, biking, boating, and skiing, and with 5 ski mountains, 25 golf courses and 50 lakes all within a 50 mile radius of downtown Coeur d’Alene, you may never want to leave.
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Nestled on the north Shore of the Lake, Coeur d’Alene is one of the most beautiful resort communities in the West. Its spectacular setting and abundant activities make it a popular destination for all ages.
- Population: 55,904
- Coeur d’Alene Lake shoreline: 109 miles
- 25 miles long, ranges from 1-3 miles wide
- Depth: 220 feet
- Elevation: 2,128 feet
- Fed primarily by the Coeur d’Alene and St. Joe Rivers
HAYDEN + HAYDEN LAKE
The iconic Hayden Lake Country Club has been a fixture of north Idaho luxury living since 1912. The Club is loaded with amenities, including an 18-hole golf course, championship-caliber golf practice facility, marina, dining, tennis, pickleball, hotel and cabanas, and a state-of-the-art indoor golf simulator lounge.
- Population: 16,954
- Hayden Lake shoreline:40 miles
- Surface Area: 3,800 acres
- Depth: 178 ft
- Elevation: 2,239 feet
- Annual Average Highest Water Temperature: 82.1º F
- Fed by seasonal streams and natural springs
Known as North Idaho’s “River City,” Post Falls is the perfect blend of outdoor adventure and small town feel. Sitting just inside the ID/WA border, Post Falls is the middle ground between Coeur d’Alene and Spokane, WA, with easy access from I-90. Post Falls is a great starting point to explore all that North Idaho has to offer. Or, stay put, and enjoy the plethora of restaurants, Spokane River shoreline, the city beach, and hiking/biking trails in this ever-growing community.
- Population: 42,610
- Elevation: 2,182 ft
- Average Summer Temperature: 79 F
- Spokane River Shoreline in Idaho: 12 miles
- Spokane River Discharge: 7946 cubic ft per second
- Fed by Coeur d’Alene Lake
Tucked between the Selkirk and Cabinet Mountains lays beautiful Sandpoint, Idaho. Just minutes from Schweitzer Mountain Lodge and resting on the Lake Pend Oreille shoreline, making it an attraction for outdoor enthusiasts from the world-over. A thriving art community and theater, local restaurants, hotels, and unique shopping make this town a rare gem indeed.
- Lake Pend Oreille shoreline: 111 miles
- Suface Area: 148 sq miles
- Depth: 1,150 ft (5th deepest Lake in the U.S.)
- Elevation: 2,096 ft (Schweitzer Mtn summit: 6,400 ft)
- Average Summer Temperature: 72º F
- Fed by Clark Fork and Pack Rivers