Welcome to Post Falls
A charming community with scenic mountains and lush farmlands
Post Falls is a beautiful, historic neighborhood in Kootenai County along I-90, between Coeur d'Alene and Spokane over the Washington/Idaho border. It is an outdoor enthusiast's haven with endless scenic trails and is surrounded by gorgeous mountains with impressive granite cliffs and rock outcroppings. Residents enjoy unique waterfront activities on the Spokane River, upscale dining, premier lodging and lodges, and boutique shopping.
Situated adjacent to Post Falls Community Forest, Post Falls is a gateway to exploring North Idaho, as each season offers phenomenal adventures. Thousands of vacationers flock to the community annually and enjoy unique lodging accommodations, from RV campgrounds to a premier waterfront resort.
What to Love
- Beautiful Spokane River
- Outstanding accommodation
- Memorable outdoor recreation
Post Falls offers residents a suburban feel with a pleasant and fresh summer climate, ideal for unique and exciting outdoor activities. Downtown Post Falls is relatively vibrant and sparkling, featuring hundreds of retail shops and restaurants, with residential and commercial areas spreading into the flat landscape to the north. Proximity to Spokane to the west also provides all the amenities and services of a big city. In addition, living in Post Falls offers a myriad of things to do, with numerous recreation and entertainment areas, including incredible arts.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Post Falls has great places to dine, shop, and have fun within the community. Republic Kitchen+Taphouse is a perfect spot to enjoy a range of American dishes with a terrace pouring local craft beers in a restored 1910-listed house. It sits in one of the town's oldest properties and serves delicious burgers, fish n' chips, and perfectly cooked sandwiches paired with rotating taps and wines.
Things to Do
Post Falls is home to several attractions and recreation facilities to keep you occupied all year round. Park lovers will enjoy Q'emiln Park, an expansive 78.5-acre park with rock climbing, boating, swimming, over 40 acres of trails, and picnic areas. You will also find BBQ pits, boat launches, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, and a guarded swimming beach to relax. Spokane River can also be a great attraction, about 111 miles long, where you can enjoy activities, such as biking and hiking trails, fishing, and other watersport adventures.
Residents and visitors to Post Falls also celebrate various recurring special events and festivals. Night Light Sky Lantern Festivals is one of the most acclaimed events in the area, offering a truly magical experience bringing families and friends together to enjoy live music, campfires, and lantern release. Other valued top events and festivals include Community Concerts, Rock Climbing, and the Three Day Q’emlin Park Festival.
Surrounded by gorgeous mountains and forests of ponderosa pine, and located beside the dramatic rushing Spokane River, the town of Post Falls, Idaho is an authentic mill town with breathtaking natural beauty and rich history, Each season offers another phenomenal escape. Post Falls provides prime lodging, fine dining, premier golfing, and a host of nearby attractions for every interest and all seasons.
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