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Local Attractions

Looking for something to do? The Tree Top Lodge of Idaho Bed and Breakfast is a great escape to the mountains from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but it is also nearby many great attractions, activities, and areas of interest. The Tree Top Lodge of Idaho is a great central location point bewteen Coeur d' Alene and Sandpoint, Idaho, two of the most beatuiful towns in Northern Idaho.  Coeur d' Alene is about 23 minutes away and Sandpoint is about 18 minutes away.Silverwood Theme Park Lodging Hotels, Athol Idaho, Northwests Largest Theme Park, Idaho Theme Parks

Silverwood Theme Park  15 Minutes
Located in Athol, ID, Silverwood Theme Park  is the largest theme park in the Northwest!  It has over 65 rides and attractions, including four roller coasters, the Boulder Beach Water Park, a steam engine train, live entertainment, restaurants, and more.  (208) 683-3400 

Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes:  55 Minutes
The Trail of the Coeur d’ Alenes is one of the most spectacular trails in the western United States. It follows the right-of-way of the Union Pacific Railroad and you could call it “the Bike Idaho granddaddy of them all”. Here, you will find 73 miles of smooth asphalt that just perfect for road bikers, hikers and in-line skaters. The unique trail spans the North Idaho panhandle between Mullan, Idaho and Plumber, Idaho. The trail begins in the historic    Silver Valley, continues along the Coeur d'Alene River, past scenic Lake Coeur d'Alene and through rolling farmland to Plumber. There are 20 developed trail heads providing optional entry points and there are 17 scenic waysides along the route for relaxation and picnicking. Information: (208) 682-3814 

The Coeur d' Alene Resort Golf Course-Home of the World's Only Floating Green:  29 minutes
The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains on the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene in North Idaho. Opening in 1991 to unprecedented reviews and awards, The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course established itself as a premier destination golf course debuting as the #11 resort golf course in the nation, while unveiling an extraordinary #1 ranking in the category of "Beauty and Esthetics" by Golf Digest (800)-935-6283. 


Route of the Hiawatha Rail Trail88 Minutes
If you are thinking Bike Idaho, you must not overlook this world class trail that offers road bikers a spectacular ride through breathtaking scenery. The trail is built on the abandoned rail bed of the Milwaukee Road, the “Route of the Hiawatha”. The trail will eventually be some 46 miles long but, by most opinions, the best of the trail is the 15-mile section from East Portal (actually across the border in Montana) to Pearson, Idaho. This is a very gentle downhill ride all the way, taking a leisurely 2.5 hours. Winding through tunnels and over high steel trestles, the route crosses the rugged Bitterroot Mountains between Idaho and Montana. Bring your own food, snacks and water. None is available along the way.

A scheduled shuttle can be arranged to take you and your bikes back to the top. Use your own equipment (mountain bike tires are recommended), or rent bikes at the Lookout Pass Ski Area (take I-90 Exit 0 at Lookout Pass and follow the signs to the ski area just a short distance off the highway). Reservations for bike rentals and the shuttle bus are suggested and can be made at(208) 744-1301, Extension 11, or through the reservation form at online. There is a fee of $9 for adults and $5 for children 3-13 years of age. Helmets are suggested for safety and lights for travel through the tunnels are also recommended.  (208) 744-1301.







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