Do you want to learn about the area and see our beautiful wildlife? Are you ready for a night on the town? Check out our suggestions below for exploring Bonners Ferry, Idaho.
Boundary County Museum
The historic Boundary County Museum is located in the heart of downtown Bonners Ferry. View antiques, portraits, original artifacts, exhibits, and period rooms showcasing the rich history of the Kootenai Tribe and North Idaho.
Kootenai Wildlife Refuge
Just a mere twenty miles from the border sits the sprawling Kootenai Wildlife Refuge. Visitors often spot coyotes, birds, elk, deer, moose, grizzly bears, beavers, hawks, and more. The refuge has three habitats across 2,774 acres, such as wetlands, hardwood forest, and coniferous forest.
The CrossTime Saloon
Sip ciders, craft beer, and mead when you travel across time to The CrossTime Saloon. This fun spot offers an experience of sci-fi, fantasy, and music with great food and drinks.
3-Mile Antique Mall
Find the funky, unique, and vintage at 3-Mile Antique Mall. Retro signs, toys from generations past, eccentric furniture and kitchen decor, and so much more can be found at this blast-from-the-past antique store. There’s a little something for everyone!
Myrtle Falls Trail
Located within the Kootenai Wildlife Refuge, this three-mile trail makes an excellent hiking excursion. Surrounded by landmarks as far as the eye can see, Myrtle Falls Trail offers unique views of Harrison Peak, Two Mouths Lake Basin, Myrtle Peak, The Lions Head, and Long Canyon.
Fry’s Trading Post
Capture a piece of history with when you visit Fry’s Trading Post. Originally named the Bonner-Fry Trading Post, this log cabin was built in 1876.