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The weather in Sagle
The above is a climate diagram for Sagle. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The month of July has nice weather with only 4 rainy days.
Sagle vacation homes are the complete package
Surrounded by lakes and national forests, vacation homes in Sagle, Idaho, position you in an Edenic environment where you can enjoy your dream family vacation. Barbecue your catch of the day on the beach, enjoy watersports in the sunshine, or hike and bike the many trails that lead through this stunning part of the world.
Après-ski at Blacktail Mountain
In wintertime, skiing is essential to the local cultural life. Blacktail Mountain Ski Area is surrounded by 1,000 acres of National Forest, and over 200 skiable acres unfurl before you at this great family resort. Fly down pristine slopes through the mountain air.
After exhausting the activities at Blacktail and Schweitzer Mountain Resort, you can hole up in one of the cosy hostelries near Sandpoint. Try Mickduff's Brewpub for a refreshing beer, Second Avenue Pizza or Thai Nigiri, depending on your mood.
Adrenaline-pumping amusement parks
Silverwood Theme Park, Boulder Water Park and Scarywood are home to some of the most exciting rides and attractions that you are likely to come across. Silverwood is the largest theme park in the northwest, where Aftershock rollercoaster towers at 191 feet high. You can also splash in geysers and the fountains in Toddler Springs if you prefer keeping your feet on the ground. Cabana Island is a restful haven.
Lakeside family vacations with a difference
Why not rent a fishing boat and explore Lake Pond Oreille's coves and bays? The lake is 43 miles long, so there are plenty of sunny spots to discover. Rent a kayak or canoe and head over to serene Bottle Bay, opposite Sandpoint.
Meanwhile, sailing trips on the lakes are idyllic. Explore the historic towns and natural wonders of the region with your own boat. Walk Strong Creek Trail or Mineral Point Trail over at Garfield Bay. Learn about Sandpoint's Native Indian inhabitation, and look out for wildlife from mountain goats to eagles.
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