b"Outdoor ActivitiesVISIT A STATE PARK SEE THE CEDARSHeyburn State Park , south of Lake Coeur dAlene near Plummer (pop. 990), is theBringyourcameras!TheRooseveltGroveof oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest. Many of the parks structures were built by theAncient Cedars is a unique North Idaho experience Civilian Conservation Corps, beginning in 1934. that the whole family will enjoy.This virgin forest Farragut State Parkis on the southern tip of Lake Pend Oreille in the Coeur d'Alenegrovecontainstreesupto12feetwideand150 Mountains. Once a WWII era naval training station, this 4,000-acre park now providesfeettallthattowerabovetheforestfloor.And, camping opportunities with 223 individual sites, 7 group camps, and 10 camping cabins.afterseeingthecedars,hikealongthequarter-Priest Lake State Parklies on 755 acres at an elevation of 2,440 feet. It is just 30 milesmilegroomedtrailtoreachGraniteCreekFalls, from the Canadian Border, nestled deep below the crest of the Selkirk Mountains.another gorgeous photo opportunity.The grove is Round Lake State Parkis situated in 142 acres of forest surrounding a 58-acre lakelocated 13 miles north of the town of Nordman on at an elevation of 2,122 feet. The lake is the product of glacial activity dating back to theForest Service Road 302, which is a continuation of Pleistocene Epoch.Highway 57.For information on the Grove, please call 208.443.2512MOUNTAIN FUN Settlers Grove of Ancient Cedars Trail is a 3.3 mile Schweitzer Mountain ResortSandpoint out and back trail located near Murray, Idaho and is is quickly rising in the ranks of the nations top destination resorts with 2900 acres ofrated as moderate. This trail offers a hike through amazing terrain and renowned tree skiing. Located in the rugged Selkirk Mountains of thean old cedar grove where giant cedar trees date back northern Idaho panhandle and the northwest Rocky Mountains, Schweitzer overlooks theto when Columbus landed. The trail winds down town of Sandpoint and Lake Pend Oreille. Schweitzer is well known for its two massiveunderthetreescrossingWestForkEagleCreek bowls, breathtaking views and amazing gladed terrain. For more information on Schweitzerseveral times with rustic, wooden footbridges. Mountain Resort call 877.487.4643 or visit www.schweitzer.com. The trail is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail. For information call Silver Mountain Resort Kellogg 208.765-7223 World-class mountain biking, scenic gondola rides, North Idahos newest golf experience at Galena Ridge, hiking, Trail of the Coeur dAlenes. In the winter Burn Rubber at SilverMINING TOURSMountains new Snow Tubing Park & Moving Carpet Lift. surf the snow then surf theMurray, Prichard, Enaville Mining Area Towns - waves all in the same day as it builds the first of its kind waterpark at any ski resort in theMurrayville was founded in 1884 when gold was westSilver Rapids.Silver Mountain Resort brings the thrills of surfing, sliding, tubing,discovered but had its name shortened by the Post and other wet and wild fun to the high country. www.silvermt.com Office the following year. Today there are a few QEMILN PARK classic mining era buildings left: the Masonic Lodge and the Sprag Pole Inn,named after the supporting (pronounced ka-mee-lin) Located at the south end of the Spokane Street bridge,poles once needed to help hold up the wooden walls this 78.5- acre park features a guarded swimming beach, boat launch, BBQ pits, picnicin hard winters. local watering hole. Stop for a bite shelters, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, concession stand, restrooms, and a 40-acreto eat at theBedroom Gold Mine Bar. Rumor has it trail system and access to the Post Falls Community Forest and Qemiln Climbing Walls.that the owner built a bedroom onto the back of the Rock climbing at Qemiln is considered the best purchase somatropin 5.10 and belowbuilding and dug a mine under the floor, hence the cragging area in the Inland Northwest. The Gazebo & Picnic Shelter, a large coveredname Bedroom Gold Mine Bar. Murray was also the Grand Pavilion, an enclosed Trailhead Pavilion, and grassy areas are available for picnicshome of Maggie Hall, a local saloon-keeper dubbed with reservations. A fantastic park for every occasion. Molly BDamm. An annual event in nearby Wallace HIKE THE RIDGE TRAIL is named for her.The Mineral Ridge loop trail offers hikers spectacular views of Lake Coeur dAlene fromDISC GOLFatop the surrounding mountains.A 100-yard side trail leads to a turn-of-the-centuryThis region is known for its majestic golf courses prospecting site and a breathtaking view of Beauty Bay on the east end of Lake Coeurbut locals and visitors alike have found a golf retreat dAlene.To get to the trailhead, drive seven miles east of Coeur dAlene on Interstate 90all their own.Farragut State Park near Bayview, to Highway 97, then South to the Mineral Ridge Scenic Area.For more information,Corbin Park in Post Falls, North Idaho College in please call 208.769.5000.downtown CdA, and Bluegrass Park in northwest CdA are home to a course where regular play is free VISIT A RAILROAD MUSEUMand the equipment can fit in your gym bag.Meet up This railroad museum is located in an historic depot listed on the National Register ofwith friends to toss a disc in the sun or round up a Historical Places along with the entire town of Wallace. The museum transports you backfriendly competition with the areas disc golf patrons. to the time when railroads were the king of transportation. Exhibits tell of the rich historyPlease call for more information: of railroading in the Coeur d'Alene Mining District and of the depot itself. You can see aFarragutStatePark:208.683.2425NIC rare 13 foot glass map of the Northern Pacific Railroad.Recreation:208.769.3354PostFallsParks: 208.773.2425Coeur dAlene Parks: 769-225232 Majestic North Idaho|www.northidaho.org"