Lifestyle

Lifestyle


Anyone who says you cannot have it all has not been to The Idaho Club.  Located in the Idaho Panhandle on the eastern flank of the Selkirk Mountains and perched above Lake Pend Oreille, The Idaho Club offers all of the best that life has to offer.  Featuring stunning mountain views, crystal clear lakes and streams, scenic rivers and endless wildlife, it is the premier destination in the Pacific Northwest.

Described by Rand McNally and Sunset Magazine as the “most beautiful small town in America” and a “picture perfect mountain town”, there is no shortage of outdoor adventures available to those who make Sandpoint their home.  From skiing at award winning 3,000-acre Schweitzer Mountain in the winter, to playing at one of Jack Nickalus’ most immaculately designed golf courses in the summer, and to water sports on Lake Pend Oreille, The Idaho Club is a truly incomparable place.

Set among a landscape, both dramatic and peaceful, life at The Idaho Club captivates the senses through all four seasons from dawn to dusk.  It is hard to imagine a more tranquil scene than the sun rising and setting over the placid waters of Lake Pend Oreille’s pristine tree-lined shores.  From the peaks of the West Cabinet mountains during the day to the clear, star-filled skies at night, natural beauty is omnipresent at The Idaho Club all year around.  Whether it is waking up to the clean spring air, the sweet smell of syringa in the summer or just tasting the freshly picked plump summer huckleberries, each new season brings new experiences.

On the golf course, on the mountain or in a forest setting over-looking the wetlands, your home at The Idaho Club will embrace wide-open spaces in one of the most pristine locations in the Northwest—all within easy access to family-friendly activities, fine dining and shopping in the thriving arts community of Sandpoint.  With an awe-inspiring natural backdrop, The Idaho Club is one of the most unique and memorable destinations in the Pacific Northwest — a sanctuary from the ordinary and the mundane.