Resources in N.Idaho

Beautiful Northern Idaho

North Idaho, famous for its stunning scenery and multitude of outdoor recreational activities, boasts some of the country’s most exciting ski resorts, world class golf courses and the most pure untouched wilderness areas of anywhere in the United States. For the city types, the posh Coeur d’Alene resort offers a welcome haven. For the outdoor adventurer, nearby lakes and streams offer fishing of all levels, whitewater rafting beckons and camping or hiking opportunities abound. Cabins and tents help families to enjoy time together in any of the numerous campgrounds. Horseback or bicycle trails wind along mountain streams and wildlife of all types can be seen and photographed.

Coeur d’Alene Lake

Lake Coeur d’Alene offers North Idaho residents a recreational getaway at their fingertips! boating, camping, hiking, fishing… it’s all right here!



For golfers, the world-class Coeur d’Alene Resort offers the world’s only floating green on the fourteenth hole. North Idaho residents can treat their guests to five-star dining in the Resort’s restaurants or take them on a cruise of the lake.



Silverwood Theme Park

Visit Silverwood’s web site here. Silverwood Theme Park provides residents of North Idaho a fun and relaxing family getaway with roller coasters, amusement park rides and quaint Main Street boasting historical western feel and flavor. Ride the beautifully restored 1914 steam engine around the park, but watch out for a theatrical surprise! All summer long the Park’s waterslides and pools keep everyone cool while the Carnival offers fun for all ages.


Silver Mountain Ski Resort

Visit Silver Mountain’s Web site here. Silver Mountain ski Resort provides residents and guests year-round activites such as skiing, hiking, concerts, and spectuacular scenic rides up the world’s longest Gondola.

Idaho has it all!

Whether you prefer walking out your back door and seeing wild deer or you like to dine in luxury, you can find it here. You’ll find friendly people for neighbors, gorgeous vistas for inspiration and the unspoiled beauty of the Idaho wilderness. Living in North Idaho means living in the excitement of a growing, healthy economy combined with the unchanging serentiy of nature. There is no place like this on earth.

Facts About Idaho

State bird: Mountain Bluebird

State Flower: Syringa

State Tree: White Pine

State Song: “Here We Have Idaho”

Population (estimate in 2006): 1,466,465

Other Idaho facts and information

Come See Idaho!

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