The most highly-rated RV Resort in Idaho is just a stone’s throw from nearby outdoor recreation, quaint villages, and our neighbor to the north – Canada. Pack up the car with your hiking boots and camera. Head out for another memorable day in the mountains.
Boating in Bayview
Enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, and water skiing in beautiful Lake Pend Oreille. Over 200 miles of scenic shoreline offer views of the Monarch Mountains, wild life and stunning sunsets. Fishing tours are available too.
The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes covers 73 paved miles through scenic mountains and valleys in Idaho’s Panhandle, making it ideal for bicycles, walkers, in-line skaters, and bird-watchers. Learn More >
Hiking the Hiawatha
The Crown Jewel of Rail to Trail adventures is a 15 mile long trail, with 10 train tunnels and 7 sky-high trestles, suitable for mountain bikes or hikers. The good news is…its mostly downhill after the shuttle bus has taken you to the top. Learn More >
Other Trails and Parks
Additional spots include Centennial Trail, Priest Lake, Priest River, and Farragut State Park.
OHV Trail Riding in the Idaho Panhandle
Off Highway Vehicles are great fun in the rugged, natural scenery of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests. Visit Coeur d’Alene River Area, Pend Oreille Lake Area, St Joe River Area, and Priest Lake Area.
Discover awesome beauty at every turn of the International Selkirk Loop, a 280-mile scenic drive encircling the spectacular Selkirk Mountains of Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. Play on crystal clear rivers and lakes, amid snow-capped peaks and abundant wildlife. Find charming towns filled with fascinating history and things to do. Travel quiet byways with car, bike or motorcycle. Welcome to North America’s only multi-national scenic drive!
An awesome way to view stunning sights from above the treetops. Seven ziplines, 2 sky bridges, 2 auto-belays, lunch and S’mores tour options and views that are out of this world. Timberline Adventures is the ultimate outdoor experience in Coeur d’Alene. With a birds-eye view of the lake and forest, you will be breathless by the beauty that surrounds you!
The Green Bluff Growers are a collection of independent farms and food stands, producing all sorts of seasonal fruits and vegetables, including cherries, peaches, strawberries, even Christmas trees. Visit Green Bluff in Spokane for dining, drinks, and the freshest produce.
Less than an hour away are Wallace and Kellogg, Idaho. The world is drawn to this area by the towering mountains, beautiful forests, sparkling streams, and world class attractions. Just east of town is the Lookout Pass recreation area which averages over 400 inches of light fluffy powder on the ski runs every year. South and East of Wallace is the world famous Route of the Hiawatha. This 15 mile section of former railway is widely recognized as the most scenic hiking and biking trail in the USA. Silver Mountain Resort with a waterpark and gondolas to the ski mountain lies only 20 minutes to the west.
Nestled between the Selkirk, Cabinet, and Coeur d’Alene mountain ranges on magnificent Lake Pend Oreille, Sandpoint is amazing. Primarily a Lake town, it offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation, plus weekly arts and cultural events. Mountains and lakes are all around Sandpoint and it’s less than an hour from StoneRidge.