top of page

Local Sandpoint Activities This Spring

Updated: Mar 6

Find balance this spring in bountiful Bonner County

Local Sandpoint Activities This Spring


By Christian Weaner

Hiking Adventures

Take in the Fresh Air

• Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail (3.3 miles), Near City Beach

• Schweitzer Nature Trail (5.2 miles), Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort

• Mickinnick Trail (7 miles), Kaniksu National Forest


Visit Idaho

For those adventure enthusiasts looking to add some items to their spring bucket list, utilize as an exhaustive resource for finding everything from hikes to hot springs in the beautiful Gem State.

Visit Idaho provides insightful articles and timely travel tips that are great for anyone planning a weekend road trip or looking up local attractions right here in North Idaho. The website’s Travel Assistant is an interactive map that allows users to search for local eateries, scenic byways, historical sights and much more.

Exploring all that Idaho has to offer this spring starts at


Wildlife and Waterfalls

Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge: 287 West Side Rd., Bonners Ferry

Grouse Creek Falls: 9.4 miles east of Samuels, Idaho

Char Falls: 16.5 miles northeast of Trestle Creek


Support Spring Sports

Come out to these Bulldogs home games this spring to support Sandpoint High School student-athletes.*

Baseball (all doubleheaders)

March 12 - Coeur d’Alene - 4 & 6pm

April 22 – Moscow - 4 & 6pm

April 26 - Lakeland - 5 & 7pm


March 18 - Bonners Ferry - 6pm

April 18 - Lakeland - 2 & 4pm (doubleheader)

April 29 - Moscow - 2 & 4pm (doubleheader)

Tennis (Matches at Travers Park)

April 9 - Lewiston - 2:30pm

April 23 - Lakeland - 3pm

May 2 - Moscow - 3pm

Track & Field

April 13 - Van Kuren Invite - Time TBD

*Entire schedules not listed. Monitor for the latest updates on game dates and times.


Try Something New This Spring: Local Ethnic Food

Thai Nigiri - 209 N. First Ave. Unit A, Sandpoint

Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant - 314 N. Second Ave., Sandpoint

China Kitchen - 209 E. Superior St., Sandpoint


Ski Season Ending Soon

With the winter season nearing its end, keep in mind these projected ski resort closing dates as you plan your last trip to the slopes this spring.

• Mount Spokane - April 8

• Lookout Pass - April 10 • Schweitzer - April 14 • Silver Mountain - April 28


Sandpoint Shopping District

Downtown Sandpoint has no shortage of unique shops, restaurants and art galleries, and no one does a better job of spotlighting these local businesses than the Sandpoint Shopping District Facebook page.

With nearly 3,000 likes and follows, this page does a great job of spotlighting upcoming events and featuring the people and places that Sandpoint residents and visitors have come to love.

So, if you are looking for the best spot to stay up to date with all the happenings in Sandpoint’s downtown shopping and dining scene, including community events, look no further than Sandpoint Shopping District.

15 views0 comments


bottom of page