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Vacation Rental Price Information in Sandpoint
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Rental Availability Information in Sandpoint
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The Weather in Sandpoint
The above is a climate diagram for Sandpoint. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 23° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Experience the thrills of Idaho with a vacation home in Sandpoint
Just north of the Coeur d'Alene National Forest near the Washington state border lies your spacious vacation home in Sandpoint, Idaho. Whether you decide to ride the roller coasters at Northwest America's largest amusement park, indulge in some local wine and beer at the region's festivals, or even ski, there's something for everyone in Sandpoint.
Wine festivals, art and, crafts
The Wine Festival at Sandpoint attracts crowds from miles around to Schweitzer Mountain Resort. Family activities accompany concerts and regional beverages for the adults to enjoy in this stunning alpine setting.
Alternatively, shop for crafts at the Craft Fair every August on City Beach or throughout the year in the city's numerous boutiques. Panida Theater meanwhile has a packed program of shows for the whole family running year-round.
Ride the roller coasters in nearby Silverwood
The beaches near your vacation home are second-to-none. Sandpoint City Beach Park is full of gleaming sandy spots to discover. Close by Silverwood Theme Park is the largest in the Northwest. Over 200 acres and over 70 rides, attractions, and shows are enough to keep you entertained for weeks, let alone the duration of your vacation in Sandpoint. Aftershock roller coaster exceeds 65 miles per hour, while Tremors dives underground multiple times during your hair-raising ride.
A skiing paradise
The resorts that perch atop the mountains in Sandpoint, Idaho offer superlative skiing. In the summer there are over 20 miles of trails through the mountains that surround Lake Pend Oreille. Downhill biking and chairlifts make the views from this pristine peak accessible to all. Spot rare wildlife on its slopes, as well as the immediate surroundings of your vacation home.
You can also follow the Evans Landing, Maiden Rock, and Gold Hill trails, which afford spectacular views over the mountainous Idaho vistas. The most challenging trail is Mickinnick, rising to over 2000 feet along its four-mile length.
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