A bustling arts scene, music galore and so much more
Sure, the outdoors here is downright spectacular. But there’s always something to do in our Great Indoors, too.
Our nationally recognized mountain resort is only 11 miles from downtown Sandpoint, with 2900 acres for skiing, hiking, biking and magnificent alpine views and a resort village featuring premium lodging, dining, bars, fine outdoor clothing and gear, shopping, artists studio, and seasonal activities.
Creations’ mission is to promote the arts, creativity, discovery and STEAM learning.
Creations partners with families, businesses and local organizations to provide educational activities that support student learning.
Creation teaches educational art classes for adults and youth through our Creative Hands Expand the Mind Program. The program’s key component is to offer skills based art instruction classes that are accessible to all Bonner and Boundary County children and adults.
At the 219 Lounge, we have been serving up the best drinks and live music in Sandpoint for over 80 years. Our full service bar offers a wide selection of liquor, beer, and wine, and we have the most beers on tap in town. Our outdoor patio and bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a drink with friends, and our live music every Friday and Saturday night is not to be missed.
This museum full of memorabilia reflecting military life and interesting photo opportunities is a must see for anyone who has served in the military or who has family who has done so.
The Brig stands guard over the grounds of what was the world’s second largest naval training facility. The Farragut Naval Training Station (FNTS) was a 4000+ acre land-locked seaman training facility. Built in response to the December 7, 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese, the FNTS’s buildings and infrastructure were hurriedly constructed in 11 months by 22,000 civilian workers at a cost of $160 million. The Brig building served as a confinement facility for unruly naval recruits with its barred windows and gates, jail cells and support facilities. It houses a museum of boot camp, naval and war memorabilia dedicated to to the 293,381 naval recruits who received their basic training here.
Rev up, reboot, tune In. Cambium Spa at Schweitzer offers unique recovery services and spa treatments in a vibrant, communal atmosphere in the resort’s wonderful alpine setting.
Whether it’s for an immersive wellness experience, an express treatment, or a day of relaxation, Cambium is designed to meet the needs of every guest or resident in the community. The name “cambium” comes from the botanical term for a layer within the root and stem of some plants that encourages new growth. By design, Cambium Spa offers unique services and wellness treatments that encourage restoration, nourishment and growth.
Experience our signature treatments in a relaxed setting that harnesses the beautiful surroundings. Our menu of wellness services is focused on helping you Rev Up, Reboot and Tune In to mind, body, and spirit. Featuring organic amenities, therapeutic massage, bodywork, and infrared therapies, Cambium leverages state-of-the-art techniques and world-class therapists to create a holistic approach to maximizing your time at Schweitzer.
Whether it’s for an immersive experience, an express treatment, or a full day of relaxation, the staff at Cambium are there to support you wherever you may be on your wellness journey.
The Sandpoint Shopping District exists to support & promote, through cooperative marketing efforts, a unique shopping experience which reflects the individual visions and passions of proud local owner-merchants. The district works cooperatively to provide locals and visitors alike with a unique & vibrant shopping environment in downtown Sandpoint.
Sandpoint’s historic performing arts center, the Panida Theater has served visitors and locals with films, concerts, plays, dance and events since 1927. There are always events happening in the beautiful and historic theater. Click to the website to see what’s playing!
The Bonner County Historical Museum, 611 Ella at Lakeview Park, has numerous displays including Native American artifacts, an extensive collection of Ross Hall photos, a pioneer kitchen and more. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the first Saturday of the month (first Saturday free admission day).