Located in the northernmost portion of Idaho’s panhandle, Priest Lake is fed by streams cascading from the Selkirk peaks and is known for its exceptionally clear water. Kayaking, canoeing or just relaxing along the shore are popular pastimes.
A variety of fish species call the lake home and anglers willing to hike to their destination will find brook trout tucked away in the numerous streams that flow into the lake.
Priest Lake and the surrounding trails can be enjoyed year-round. In the winter, the Priest Lake Basin is a great destination for snowmobilers, with over 400 miles of groomed trails.