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Located in the northern part of the state, Bonner County is home to the cities of Sandpoint, Priest River, Clark Fork, Hope, Ponderay, and Kootenai. This portion of North Idaho offers gorgeous views, numerous outdoor activities, family-friendly communities, and the world-famous Schweitzer Mountain Resort.
Bonner County is a paradise for water recreational enthusiasts. For those most interested in rivers and streams, the Pend Oreille, Pack, and Clark Fork Rivers are the most well-known. If you prefer spending your time on the lake, Cocolalla, Kelso, Pend Oreille, and Priest Lake are easy to access, fun to explore, and a photographer's dream.
Perhaps spending time around water isn’t your thing, fortunately, Bonner County has an abundance of US Forestry Land, which provides beautiful hiking and bicycling trails. Here you can have fun discovering the Pacific Northwest Scenic Trail, Coeur d’Alene National Forest, Kaniksu National Forest, and Kootenai National Forest.
Starting in Sandpoint, The International Selkirk Loop is the perfect choice for families that love to take road trips. This roughly 300-mile drive takes you through the scenic forests of North Idaho, North East Washington, and the South East portion of British Columbia (don’t forget your passport!).
Bonner County provides for great summertime festivals, camping, fishing, hiking, boating, or just driving around and exploring its natural beauty. When the winter season shows up, entertain yourself at Schweitzer Mountain Resort with World-Class skiing, snowboarding, and kids
To learn more about this incredible area and schedule some property viewing, please give me a call.