• Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters

    Brothers Rick and Randy Evans showcase their award winning coffees roasted on site at both their Sandpoint and Coeur d’Alene locations.

  • Historic Panida Theatre

    Proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Panida theater opened as a vaudeville and movie house in 1927.

  • Bonner County History Museum

    Founded in 1972, the Bonner County History Museum is a true gem and home to over one million artifacts, documents and images.

  • Historic Sandpoint Train Depot

    Built in 1916, the historic Sandpoint Train Depot is the oldest remaining active passenger depot of the former Northern Pacific railway.

  • The Long Bridge

    First built in 1910, The Long Bridge was the longest wooden bridge in the world at almost two miles in length.

  • Hope

    Just 12 miles from Sandpoint on the north shore of Lake Pend Oreille, Hope, once a hub for the Northern Pacific Railway, features beautiful sunsets and expansive lake views.

  • The Carousel of Smiles

    The Carousel of Smiles restoration project is a unique effort to restore a circa 1920, 40 ft. diameter, Allan Herschell carousel to its former glory.

  • Schweitzer Mountain Resort

    Plenty of exciting events and activities are happening year around at Schweitzer, one of the northwest's premier ski and recreation areas.

  • Sandpoint Lavender Farm

    Fill your senses with a glorious field of scentsational lavender where award winning essential oils are made.

  • Deerfield Farms

    Deerfield Farms blends modern technology with age-old practices to produce over 30 varieties of beautiful and delicious organic tomatoes.

  • Old Kootenai County Jail

    Now a museum, the Historic Kootenai County Jail in Rathdrum, Idaho, was originally built as a wooden structure to house prisoners.

  • The Brig at Farragut State Park

    During World War II, Farragut was a major training base for the U.S. Navy. "The Brig" museum now stands in honor of those who served so courageously!

  • Greentree Naturals Certified Organic Farm Market

    Green Tree Naturals provides fresh, high quality produce with over 90 varieties of certified organic and heirloom vegetables, and has been practicing sustainable agriculture for over 25 years.

  • Wild Goose Chase

    A totally unexpected find along the Pack River, Wild Goose Chase is a treasure chest of antiques, salvaged items and restored vintage furniture. Definitely not to be missed!

  • Pack River General Store

    A locals favorite and a culinary adventure for everyone's bucket list. No fancy frills here but they make an outta-site Reuben sandwich!

  • Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge

    Established in 1964 as a migratory waterfowl refuge, Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for more than 220 species of birds, 45 species of mammals, and 22 species of fish.

  • Boundary County Museum

    The Boundary County Museum, another North Idaho hidden gem, showcases a collection of historical photos, artifacts and exhibits revealing the people and origins of the county.

  • The Floating Restaurant

    A local landmark in Hope for over 35 years, featuring scratch-made specialties, expansive Lake Pend Oreille views and spectacular sunsets.

  • Forty-One South

    The Icing on the Lake! Waterfront, fine-dining in a romantic lodge setting overlooking Lake Pend Oreille.

  • Lake Pend O’reille

    The majestic Lake Pend Oreille is Idaho's largest at 43 miles long with 111 miles of shoreline and deepest at over 1,150 feet deep.

  • The Old Hope Hotel

    Built in 1897, the Hope Hotel overlooks beautiful Lake Pend Oreille and through years has been host to such celebrities as Bing Crosby, Gary Cooper and President Teddy Roosevelt.

  • Bayview

    Bayview on Lake Pend Oreille, is home to the Navy's Acoustic Research Detachment (ARD) where new submarine and surface ships have been tested for over 65 years.

  • Myrtle Falls

    At about 100 feet high, Myrtle Falls in the Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge is particularly impressive during spring run-off.

  • Katka Overlook

    Katka Overlook offers magnificent vistas of the Kootenai River Valley, Bonners Ferry, and the Selkirk Mountains.

  • Lucy West Studios

    Award winning artist Lucy West will fascinate and inspire you with her fine art renderings of the cosmos.

  • Birch Creek Farm

    Chef Ann Mellander invites you to experience farm fresh cooking demonstrations and tastings.

  • Matchwood Brewing Company

    Sandpoint’s neighborhood brewery, Matchwood is your ticket to fresh, locally made craft beer and food-truck-style casual dining.

  • Trinity at City Beach

    Located on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, Trinity at City Beach offers a premier waterfront dining experience serving Modern American Cusine.

  • Pinegrove Cemetery

    Rathdrum's Pinegrove Cemetery includes a section of Chinese laborers that came to work on the railroad in the late 1800's.

  • Clark Fork Pantry Bakery & Deli

    The Pantry features all-natural, made-from-scratch breads, cookies, pies, cinnamon rolls, sticky buns and much more... just like grandma used to make!

  • Cabinet Gorge Dam Overlook

    Located on the Clark Fork River, the Cabinet Gorge dam and its sister facility, the Noxon Rapids dam, provide the annual electricity needs for more than 200,000 households.

  • Ross Creek Cedars

    A star attraction of Montana's Bull River Country, the Ross Creek Cedars grove has flourished here since before Columbus reached the Americas.

  • Kootenai Falls

    Considered a sacred site by the Kootenai Tribe, Kootenai Falls is the largest undammed waterfall in the state of Montana.

  • Kootenai Falls Swinging Bridge

    The iconic Kootenai Falls Swinging Bridge crosses the river from 100 feet above and delivers unbeatable views of the river and the nearby Cabinet Mountain Wilderness.

  • Moyie River Bridge

    At 464 feet tall, the Moyie River Bridge is one of the tallest deck truss bridges in the world.

  • City Beach Organics

    Scratch-made, gluten-free, plant-based recipes, juices and smoothies made with tender loving care

  • Sunshine Miners Memorial

    Near the town of Wallace, a 13-foot-tall metal miner, with a glowing headlamp, memorializes those killed in the Sunshine Mine disaster of May 2, 1972.

  • Oasis Bordello Museum

    This former Wild West cat-house in Wallace, now a museum, remained open for business until 1988 when the threat of an FBI raid hastened a rushed departure.

  • Wallace District Mining Museum

    Named one of the finest educational institutions in the state. Thousands of archives and exhibits on The Mining Wars, the Big Burn Fire of 1910, the sex trade and much more!

  • Northern Pacific Railroad Depot Museum

    Step back in time as this Wallace historic landmark returns you to a time when railroads were king of transportation.

  • The Snake Pit

    The Snake Pit has been a North Idaho landmark for over 138 years! It has served as a boom-town bar, railroad layover, hotel, house of ill repute and now as one of the areas best restaurants.

  • Feelin' Groovy Tours

    Take off on a nostalgic adventure in a fully restored VW bus with Feelin’ Groovy Tours, Sandpoint’s premier land-based sightseeing company!

  • Lake Pend Oreille Cruises

    Hop onboard Lake Pend Oreille Cruise's flagship, the Shawnodese and experience the breathtaking scenery of Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho's largest and deepest lake.

  • Sandpoint Seaplane Service

    From 1,000 feet, experience stunning views of Sandpoint's historic Long Bridge, the cliffs of Contest Point, Bottle Bay, the Green Monarchs, Scotchman Peaks and more!

  • Shingle Mill Blueberry Farm

    A "U Pick" locally owned Blueberry Farm dedicated to creating lifelong memories for families.

  • The Cedar Street Bridge

    The Cedar Street Bridge Public Market is alive with numerous boutique shops, local artisans, bistro & coffee shops and entertainment for the entire family!

  • Farmer's Market at Sandpoint

    Every Wednesday & Saturday, treat yourself and family to locally grown fresh produce, baked goods and handcrafted arts and crafts.

  • Hickey Farms

    Whether you're looking for an adventure with the kids or simply want to spruce up your home with fall decorations, Hickey Farms serves up fun for the whole family!

  • NPOV Lions Club Railriders

    Enjoy the unique experience of a four seated, pedal powered, railroad bicycle along the beautiful, scenic Pend Oreille River in Ione Washington.

  • Bird Aviation Museum

    Now relocated to Coeur d'Alene, the Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center celebrates America’s great achievements in flight and technological innovation.

  • Mineral Point Trail #82

    This 2.1 mile gem is one of the most beautiful trails in the Sandpoint area. Gentle grades, wildflowers and excellent lake views make this trail a top choice!

  • Talus Rock Retreat

    Escape to the privacy and peacefulness of Talus Rock Retreat for your next special getaway. This exceptional property caters to those who appreciate nature combined with old world charm.

  • Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

    A national historic landmark built in 1924 perched atop a cliff overlooking the Spokane Valley and featuring award winning wines, legendary concerts and spectacular park-like grounds.