New Member Corner
American Legion Rathdrum Post 154
Contact: Michael J. Warren
P.O. Box 1116
Rathdrum, Id 83858
H & R Block
Contact: Keri Amos-Sorenson
6600 W. Commercial Park, Ste. B
Rathdrum, Idaho 83858
Make Rathdrum your destination for four season fun. Friendly locals, outdoor adventures and diverse natural beauty await you in this town of 7,000.
Come and view the beautiful mountains in all their splendor along with the pristine serenity of the numerous natural, glacial formed lakes our area offers. The adventurous will find unparalleled hunting, off-highway trail riding, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, mountaineering, skiing, snowmobiling, river rafting, kayaking and more.
If you are ready for the ultimate summer destination, Silverwood is the Northwest’s Largest Theme Park, featuring over 200 acres of fun and over 65 rides and attractions.
New in 2009 and dominating the skies at Silverwood is; Aftershock – the 191 foot tall steel roller coaster.
Golfing opportunities in North Idaho are simply outstanding. Choose among 18 of the region's beautiful courses set in some of North Idaho’s most gorgeous scenery.
Rathdrum offers a variety of casual dining opportunities for the entire family. Choose from fine dining at the Turn Bar and Grill to Mexican style or fast food.
North Idaho boasts three challenging ski resorts. Silver Mountain in Kellogg has two peaks, 50 runs, 2,200 vertical feet of fun, and the world's longest, single-staged gondola. Lookout Pass Ski area in Mullan is also nearby for alpine exploring with 540 ski-able acres, vertical drop of 1,150 on 23 named runs plus two glade areas and acres of tree skiing.
Or skiers can head north to Schweitzer Mountain Resort with 58 runs across 2,500 acres and Stella, its 6-passenger high-speed chairlift.
Since Idaho has more groomed snowmobile trails than any other Western state, it's no wonder that residents of Kootenai County find snowmobiling one of their favorite winter hobbies.
It’s all here for your well deserved getaway.
The clean, fresh mountain air, and the clear-flowing rivers and streams offer a welcome respite for visitors who come to Kootenai County.
We invite you to visit us and enjoy – Small town living at its best!
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