Northern Idaho

Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre - Established in 1967, The Carrousel Players is Idaho's oldest performing arts organization. The organization specializes in the production of full-scale Broadway musicals during a 12 week, 36 performance season during June, July and August at Schuler Auditorium on the campus of North Idaho College by the shore of lake Coeur d'Alene.

Panida Theater - Opened as a vaudeville and movie house in 1927. Then, as now, its name reflected its mission: to showcase great performers and shows for audiences of the Panhandle of Idaho. As the area's only performing arts facility its 566 seat auditorium provides a comfortable audience size for many productions.

Silverwood Theme Park - The Northwest's largest theme park. Here you will experience earth-shaking roller coasters, dazzling entertainment, and Victorian charm.

Wild Waters Water Park - The fastest body slides anywhere. Beat the heat, and jump into fun at this waterpark made for families!

Wallace District Mining Museum - The Silver Valley is the richest silver mining region in the world. In just one hundred years, over ONE BILLION ounces of silver have been taken from mines in this valley. The museum captures the impact of mining history with artifacts and exhibits depicting the hardships, toils and home life of the period.

Museum of North Idaho - The Museum collects, preserves and interprets the history of the Coeur d'Alene Region. to foster appreciation of the area's heritage.

Schweitzer Mountain: Ski Resort - Visit Schweitzer this winter and enjoy the signature Schweitzer Difference Package loaded with family value! All sorts of fun under the sun during the summer as well!

Sixth Street Melodrama - Since 1984, this unique year-round theatre has encouraged audience participation Tuesday through Saturday each July and August during one-hour melodramas that reflect the area's mining background. Summer plays are followed by KELLYS ALLEY REVUE, during which families enjoy old-fashioned music and humor.

Lake City Playhouse - Quality Theatre Since 1961. The Playhouse produces upwards of eight main season shows per year and also hosts children's theater workshops and special engagements.

Raptor Reef Indoor Water Park - Enjoy a comfortable 85 degrees year round when you ride the waves in our all-new indoor water park, Raptor Reef. Located under our retractable roof that can be opened during the summer to enjoy the warm weather outdoors.

Rider Ranch - Family owned and operated Rider Ranch is a working cattle and horse ranch just 20 minutes east of Coeur d'Alene. The ranch offers horseback riding and horsedrawn hayrides. Reservations are required for all activities and group sizes are limited to ensure a quality experience.

Priest Lake Museum - The museum building was constructed in 1935 by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). It is a prime example of handcrafted oil-treated tamarack (larch) log construction. The museum houses numerous articles and displays that depict the colorful history of the lake and the surrounding area.

Sierra Silver Mine Tour - Experience first-hand underground mining in one of North Idaho's silver mine, guided by an experienced miner who takes you through the working aspects and equipment of the mine, along with a guided ride on a trolley through Historic Wallace.

Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge - 230 bird species and 45 mammals have been observed on this 2,774 acre sanctuary. Moose, deer and elk are among some of the animals found here as well as large colonies of migratory birds including Tundra swans. Several foot trails provide views of wildlife habitats and excellent photographic and bird watching opportunities.

Crystal Gold Mine - Authentic 1880's underground gold mine. A guided underground tour explains how miners drilled, traced veins and tested for gold. Underground mine tours, museum and gift shop are open all year with seasonal gold panning.