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Idaho State #95 Highway Guide

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0.0
0.0
Junction of Interstate Hwy. #90
City of Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. West to city of Spokane, Washington. East to city of Kellogg, Idaho. South to city of Moscow, Idaho. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities. Coeur d'Alene and surrounding areas, outdoor atractions: Bobby D's Custom Tour and Charters, Cougar Bay Preserve, Kayak Coeur d'Alene, Lake Pend Oreille Cruises, Mineral Ridge, North Idaho Centennial Trail, Rider Ranch, River Odysseys West (ROW), Inc. Route of the Hiawatha, Silver Mountain Resort, Silverwood Theme Park, Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, Tubbs Hill, Western Waters and Woods, Wild Waters Waterslide Park, Wiley E. Waters.
3.0
4.8
Community of Hayden, Idaho
Pop. 9154 - Sept / 03
3.1
5.0
Access to Idaho State Patrol - ( Prairie Ave )
West side of highway
4.7
7.5
Community of Avondale, Idaho

5.2
8.4
Access to Coeur d' Alene Airpor - ( Wyoming Ave )

5.8
9.4
Snowplow Turnabout
Both sides of highway. Emergency stopping
6.2
10.0
Access to Sportsman Park
East side of highway
8.5
13.6
Junction of highway # 53
East to community of Rathdrum, Avondale.
9.3
14.9
Community of Garwood

9.4
15.1
Access to R V Park
East side of highway
10.6
17.1
Access to Coeur d' Alene National Forest
West of highway. The Idaho Panhandle National Forests comprise about 2.5 million acres of public lands which lie within 'the panhandle' of northern Idaho and extend into eastern Washington and western Montana
12.3
19.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
12.4
20.0
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
14.0
22.6
Roadside highway turnout with historical marker
West side of highway
14.4
23.2
Access to Bed and Breakfast
West side of highway
15.5
24.9
Access to Bed and Breakfast
East side of highway
15.8
25.5
Access to Amusement Park
West side of highway
18.6
30.0
Junction of highway # 54
Community of Athol, Idaho pop 676 Sept. / 03 East to community of Bayview, Idaho. West to community of Clagstone, Idaho. East to Farragut State Park. Four miles east of Athol on State Highway 54. Farragut State Park is situated at the foot of the Coeur d' Alene Mountains in the Bitterroot Range.
20.8
33.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
21.3
34.2
View from highway
Driving North
21.6
34.7
Roadside highway turnout

22.6
36.4
Access to Kelso Lake, Idaho, Granite Lake, Idaho

24.1
38.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
25.3
40.7
Access to Cape Horn, Idaho

26.2
42.1
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turnout
27.4
44.1
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
30.7
49.4
Access to campground
West side of highway
31.1
50.1
Point of Interest
Crossing Cocolalla Creek
31.3
50.3
Community of Cocolalla, Idaho
East of highway
31.5
50.7
Roadside highway rest area with viewpoint
West side of highway
33.1
53.2
Roadside highway turnout with view point area
West side of highway, large gravel turnout
33.6
54.1
Community of Westmond, Idaho
West to Round Lake State Park. The 58-acre lake at Round Lake State Park was a million years in the making. It is a product of glacial activity dating back to the Pleistocene Epoch. - Round Lake is a small campground designed for smaller RV's and tent camping. We recommend trailers 24' or less. There are no electrical hook ups, water is available in the campground and there is a dump station near the entrance to the park. There are two building with flush toilets and showers
33.8
54.4
Access to R V Park
West side of highway
38.3
61.7
Community of Sagle, Idaho

38.5
62.0
Access to Garfield Bay Rec. Area
Campgrounds
38.8
62.4
Services at highway

39.6
63.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turnout. Access to hiking path
40.6
65.4
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout
41.0
66.0
Bottle Bay Road
East to Bottle Bay, Idaho
41.6
67.0
Access to Springy Point Rec. Area
West side of highway
41.8
67.3
View from highway
Driving north
43.0
69.2
View from highway
Driving north
43.9
70.7
City of Sandpoint, Idaho
Pop. 7,807 Sept / 03. Built by railroad and timber over one hundred years ago, Located on magnificent 43-mile-long Lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains. Attractione in and around Sandpoint; Coldwater Creek, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, Silverwood Theme Park, Bonner County Historical Museum, Hidden Lakes Golf Resort, Pend d'Oreille Winery, Foster's Crossing, Cocolalla Corner Antiques, Albeni Falls Dam tours, Lake Pend Oreille Cruises,
44.1
71.0
Sandpoint business area

44.9
72.2
Junction of highway # 2 west
NOTE highway #2 overlaps highway #12 at this point. West to communities of Oldtown, Riverpost, Spokane
45.4
73.1
Roadside highway turnout
Chamber of Commerce visiter information centre
45.9
73.8
Junction of highway # 200
East to communities of Kooterai, Idaho, Trestle Creek, Idaho.
46.0
74.1
Community of Ponderay, Idaho
East of highway,
46.3
74.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
46.4
74.7
Access to R V Park
East side of highway
47.4
76.2
Schweitzer Mountain Road
Access to Schweitzer Mountain Ski Area. West of highway. Access to airport. Services at highway, fuel. Access to Bonner County Fair Grounds,access to R V pumpout.
55.2
88.9
View from highway
Driving North
55.9
90.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Pack River
56.6
91.1
Community of Samuels
North west to Priest Lake State Park. Lying at about 2,400 feet above sea level, Priest Lake State Park has an abundance of beautiful scenery and recreational opportunities. You can RV, tent or rent a cabin camp at Priest Lake.
58.3
93.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, small turnout
60.2
96.8
Community of Elmira, Idaho

62.1
100.0
Snowplow Turnabout
Both sides of highway
63.4
102.0
Access to McArthur Lake
West side of highway
67.8
109.1
Community of Naples, Idaho
West side of highway
68.8
110.7
Access to Blue Lake Rec. Area
R V park and campgrounds
69.2
111.4
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, Large turnout
74.3
119.5
View from highway
Driving north
74.3
119.6
Roadside highway turnout with historical information sign

75.0
120.7
Access to Snow Creek Rec. Area
West of highway 13 miles
75.9
122.2
Bonners Ferry Ranger Station
East of highway. Access to Idaho Panhandle National Forest
77.0
123.9
Community of Bonners Ferry
Bonners Ferry business area. In 1863, at the time gold was discovered in the East Kootenays of British Columbia, thousands of prospectors moved north using a route which later became known as the Wildhorse Trail. In 1864, an enterprising man named Edwin Bonner of Walla Walla, Wash., established a ferry where the trail and the broad Kootenai River intersected. The business was leased to Richard Fry in 1875, but the place retained the original founder's name and later became the town of Bonners Ferry.
78.0
125.6
Visitor Information

78.3
126.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Kootenai River
78.7
126.7
View from highway
Driving north
80.7
129.9
Access to Lodging
West side of highway
81.0
130.4
Junction of highway # 2
NOTE Overlap of highway #2 / #12 heads east at this point. East to communities of Moyie Springs, Idaho, Troy, Montana, Libby, Montana.
81.3
130.9
Truck Weigh Station
East side of highway
83.2
133.9
Access to Smith Lake, campgrounds
East side of highway
89.2
143.6
View from highway
Driving north
89.7
144.4
Snowplow Turnabout
Both sides of highway
90.4
145.4
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout
92.6
149.0
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, gravel turnout
94.0
151.2
Junction of Highway # 1
North to community of Porthill, North to United States / Canada Border, 11 miles
109.9
176.8
Community of Eastport, Idaho
United States / Canada Border crossing point. North to city of Cranbrook British Columbia. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Log