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This small town is found in Idaho's sparsely populated, northern panhandle. It is located only 30 miles south of the Canadian border. Sandpoint, Idaho is the nearest larger town and lies around 30 miles to the south. To reach the first real city, you have to travel over 100 miles to the southwest, to Spokane, Washington.

The town lies on the banks of the Kootenay River. This, in addition to a large lake to the south and several national forests that surround Bonners Ferry, all provide access to countless recreational opportunities. There are also a wildlife refuge and historical sites to explore nearby. Museums, wineries, many unique shops, and an eclectic mix of several, locally-owned restaurants all add to the atmosphere of this rural hamlet as well.

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When you book an RV in Bonners Ferry, you will have access to so many interesting locations. The Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge is located right near town. Wildlife sightings are, obviously, one of the prime draws in this area. Educational programs are also offered by rangers; please call for a current schedule. Hiking trails and scenic drives are also available.

National forestland reigns supreme in this part of the country. Both the Kaniksu and Kootenai National Forests are located nearby. Both offer opportunities for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing and winter sports, especially as this area features a lengthy (and severe) winter season. Please note, access to various areas can be greatly affected by the weather, please check with local rangers for current conditions.

Lake Pend Orielle is situated to the south of town, near Sandpoint. As Idaho's largest lake (and one of the deepest lakes in the US) this site offers countless water sport, fishing and camping opportunities. Hiking trails and picnic grounds are also found nearby for those who prefer to keep their feet on solid ground.


When you rent a motorhome in Bonners Ferry, ID, you will need somewhere to park your rig. As the region draws so many visitors, it knows how to cater to the needs of those from out-of-town.

Blue Lake RV Resort is found around eight miles to the south of town, in Naples. The camp is situated directly off the main highway, so it is easy to locate. The site offers all the usual amenities, including a dog park and nature trails. Some long-term reservations can be accommodated; but not during the high-traffic months, please call for more information.

Sandpoint RV Park is found in nearby Sandpoint. The campground is open April through October. Please call for information regarding lengthy stays. Full-hookup sites and WiFi are offered. The park is also located adjacent to a local hotel, and all the hotel services are available for those with RVs as well, including the exercise center, pool, sauna, and shower facility.

There are numerous campgrounds scattered throughout the nearby national forests. Be aware; these sites usually tend to be more rustic. Potable water is often available, at least during the warmer months, but hookups may not be offered. Please contact each campground individually to verify the details of that specific site. Being located in an area that offers so many recreational activities, RV rental near Bonners Ferry is common, so it shouldn't be hard to find the amenities you need.


There’s a multitude of attractions near Bonners Ferry that can be fun for people of all ages. One of these, the Boundary County Museum, is also found in town. The site features the varying history of the local region, including the mining, timber and ranching industries that have developed here. Artifacts from the American Indian tribes of the local area are showcased here as well. Your luxury RV rental in Bonners Ferry, Idaho will allow you to experience all the region has to offer.

The town was established in the 1860's when gold was discovered nearby. Many of the downtown buildings still date back to that area. Feel free to tour around the downtown area, exploring the western style of architecture that is common here. Some shops also feature the workings of local American Indian artists and the cultures that thrived here long before the region was settled.

The Northern Idaho Native Plant Arboretum is located in Sandpoint. This shaded nature trail provides benches to rest and enjoy the scenery as it lies on the shores of the nearby lake. It also feature placards that discuss the native trees and plants found throughout the area.

If it’s a quiet, small town that offers access to many exciting adventures that you've been seeking, consider a camper rental in Bonners Ferry. Enjoy the local restaurants, go for a hike, and learn the history of the local region. Rent an RV in Bonners Ferry, ID and explore the beauty found in the northern woods of Idaho!

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