The Good Life… in the Inland Northwest
Beautiful surroundings, crisp clean air and plenty of sun for golf, as well as excellent fishing, hiking, boating and winter sports – all this and more can be found in our Northern Idaho locale. From the Cascade Mountains to the golden prairies, there are few places that compare. Nowhere else is our “near nature, near perfect” mantra more apparent than when you’re experiencing the amazing myriad of small towns, unique cities, and abundant adventures available here. Wondering what we mean? Just pack up your boat, your bike, some binoculars and your golf clubs. We invite you to come and play!
Facts about Post Falls, Idaho & Vicinity
- Our neighbour, Coeur d’Alene is the largest city in northern Idaho with a population of 52,917. Kootenai County has a total population of 157,485.
- Post Falls is located 20 miles east of Spokane and 90 miles south of the Canadian border. Seattle, WA is 330 miles to the west.
- Regional airports include the Spokane International Airport, located 40 miles to the west in Spokane, WA, and the Coeur d’Alene airport which provides private/charter air service. Interstate 90 bisects the community offering easy access to major cities west and east.
- The region offers a “four-seasons” climate along with four fabulous seasons of outdoor recreation!
- The region is a mecca for golf and ski buffs (both water and snow).
- Lakes and rivers abound throughout northern Idaho. Lake Coeur d’Alene is 25 miles long and encompasses 135 miles of shoreline with an average depth of 120 feet. Other nearby lakes include Lake Pend Oreille, Hayden Lake, Fernan Lake, Twin Lakes and Spirit Lake. Area rivers are the St. Joe River, Coeur d’Alene and Spokane Rivers.