'Where Guests Arrive and
OPEN FROM MAY 1 to SEPT 30
Full Hook-up $35/night
Monthly $450+ power
B. Quinn's Hot Springs For more than a century, our scenic resort on the Clark Fork River has provided our Guests with relaxation and renewal through pleasure and healthy leisure.
C. The Sprag Pole Inn and Museum Walt Almquist purchased the building in 1933 and later remodeled the structure and opened the Sprag Pole Inn, named after the supporting poles once needed to help hold up the wooden walls in hard winters.
F. Noxon Rapids & Cabinet Gorge Completed in 1952 on the Clark Fork River, Cabinet Gorge possesses the second-largest generating capacity of any of Avista's eight hydroelectric developments. Constructed to help solve the critical Northwest energy shortage of the late 1940s and early 1950s, the concrete arch dam was completed only 21 months after its initial groundbreaking.
G. Kootenai River Falls Downstream from Libby, the Kootenai River enters a canyon and flows over Kootenai Falls, one of the largest free-flowing waterfalls in the northwest. The falls and surrounding area are considered sacred to the Kootenai Indians whose ancestors inhabited the region.
H. Silver Mountain Theme Park Want big rides, big slides, and big fun? You've found it. Located in beautiful North Idaho, Silverwood Theme Park has over 65 rides and attractions, including three roller coasters, the Boulder Beach Water Park, a steam engine train, live entertainment, restaurants, and more.
I. Silver Mountain Gondola Ride Just want to go along for the ride? Enjoy a scenic ride on the World's Longest Gondola and take in the great views along the 20-minute ride to the top. Once at the Mountain Haus enjoy a great lunch at Mogul's Lounge while you watch the fun on the slopes.
K. St. Ignatius Mission The St. Ignatius Mission was built in the early 1890's. This Catholic Church is unique because its walls and ceilings have 61 original paintings by Brother Joseph Carignano, S.J. on them.
L. Hiawatha Bike Trail Located just off I-90 on the Idaho Montana border, midway between major airports in Spokane, WA, and Missoula, MT, the Route of the Hiawatha Rail-Trail is a scenic section of abandoned rail-bed from the Milwaukee Road that the Taft Tunnel Preservation Society, a grassroots Wallace non-profit organization, and the U.S. Forest Service turned into a world class non-motorized trail.
M. Coeur d' Alene Trail The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, to Plummer, a town on the prairie near the Washington border. More than 72 miles of paved path takes you from high mountain splendor, through the historic Silver Valley, into the chain lakes region, along the shore of Lake Coeur d'Alene, over the Chatcolet Bridge to Heyburn State Park, and finally climbs to the Palouse prairie: an adventure for the entire family!
Historical Buildings -Thompson Falls With over 44 historical buildings in Sanders County take a daytrip to see them all.
Glacier National Park
A must-do trip to drive across the Continental Divide on Going-to-the-Sun Road. This 55 mile road is the only one that bisects the park.
Plains Golf Course Wild Horse Plains Golf Course is a friendly and relaxed place to play golf. We have great views, wide fairways, and large greens. A fully stocked pro-shop and snack bar serving food, beer and sodas helps you enjoy getting out to play 9 or practice on the driving range and putting/chipping area. Tee times are not required.
Riverview Arts is a cultural experience located in the Thompson Falls, Montana. It's purpose is to represent quality local artisans of Sanders County. To support the visual arts through exhibits, education and dedicated to promoting the importance of art within the community.
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