Great views and golf courses, Sandpoint has it all!
The stunning backdrop of North Idaho will provide the tranquil setting necessary for a great round of golf! From Sandpoint to Bonners Ferry to Priest Lake, expect the nature to excel your attitude… and game! Check out these great spots to golf a few rounds.
The Village of Sandpoint was incorporated on February 7, 1901.
On January 15, 1907 the Village of Sandpoint became the City of Sandpoint. The April, 1907 election moved the City onto a mayor/council form of government – the same form of government we have today.
Bonner County was originally part of Kootenai County, but separated from this larger unit on March 18, 1907. Eight years later, on January 23, 1915, the county was reduced to its present size when the northern half separated to form Boundary County. Sandpoint has been the county seat of Bonner County since 1907.
The Kalispel, Kutenai and other native peoples were the first inhabitants of this area. They lived along the waterways and utilized the area’s abundant natural resources for survival.
Sandpoint is famous for having recreational activities for every season. Some of our Forest opportunities range from, camping, fishing, hunting, berry picking, trail hikes, nature walks, horseback riding, bike riding, ATV/OHV trails, skiing.
Visually the Sandpoint area is hard to beat. Framed by the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains, Sandpoint is located on the north shore of Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho’s largest lake. Travelers driving Highway 95 across the Long Bridge into Sandpoint have often reported a feeling of “coming home.”
Priest Lake is an ideal year-round family and adventure vacation destination. Nature’s spectacular backdrop coupled with the myriad of recreational activities make Priest Lake an unforgettable experience. Discover Idaho’s crown jewel while enjoying biking, golfing, fishing, rock climbing or snowmobiling and choose to stay in any of our hospitable resorts, cabins or vacation homes for an upcoming group activity, wedding, conference or seminar location for a vacation that will only tempt you to stay longer.
Amid the stunning natural beauty of Northern Idaho, surrounded by conifer forests and blue lakes, you’ll find StoneRidge, the ultimate destination, the perfect place to get away from it all, the perfection you’ve been looking for all your life.
We don’t have just 18 holes; we have 19 to wake up your best game and excite your senses. We toss in just enough in the way of watery adventures and white sand bunkers to make it a round to remember.
Welcome to The Priest Lake Golf Course, North Idaho’s hidden gem. Conveniently located just minutes from Hill’s Resort, our golf course offers spectacular natural settings amid lofty mountains and a magnificent lake that is sure to please the whole family. Our 18-hole, par 72 championship course provides an unrivaled experience for golfers of all abilities, playing over 6200 yards from the championship tees and over 5600 from the whites.
With plenty of challenging carryovers, rolling hills, wetlands, and ponds, set amidst the breathtaking scenery of Priest Lake, you are bound to enjoy your time here. Come join our friendly staff at the newly renovated Sandbaggers Bar & Grill inside the clubhouse at Priest Lake Golf Course for breakfast, lunch, or a cocktail with friends and family!
This beautiful 9-hole golf course is perfect for all kinds of golfers – from seasoned members to even little ones trying out golf for the first time. Enjoy The Ranch Club golf course on the way through the beautiful Priest River, Idaho. The Ranch Club golf course is the perfect stop for an evening out or some friendly competition.
Mirror Lake Golf Course is a gem of a 9-hole course, located just 1 mile south of Bonners Ferry, and is enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. It is player friendly to the beginner, yet is a challenge for the low handicap golfer as well, with two sets of tees for the front and back nines. It has a diverse array of par 3’s, 4’s, and 5’s, along with stunning views of the Selkirk Mountains and the Kootenai Valley. The golf course features water hazards on both par threes as well as on 3 of the par fours. The course is in wonderful shape with fast and smooth putting greens.
If your game is in need of a tune-up, or you are a new golfer wanting to learn the game the correct way, Mirror Lake PGA Head Golf Professional Ralph Lotspeich is available to assist your needs. The golf course also provides a practice green, driving range, full-service Pro Shop, snack bar, and cocktail lounge.
From the back tees, the course measures 6001 yards with a slope of 117 and a course rating of 68.4 for the men, while the forward tees are 5256 yards with a slope of 123 and a course rating of 70.8 for the women. Par is 72 for both sets of tees.