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The western getaway to north Idaho, Post Falls, Idaho’s River City is right on your way! The winding Spokane River in the heart of town stretching to the mountains provides a beautiful setting for this 110-year-old mill town.

Cruise up the Spokane River on an authentic paddlewheeler, enjoy the beauty and return in the evening for a meal at one of the city’s popular restaurants.

Annual events such as The Community Business Fair in April, Post Falls Festival Days in early June, and contribute to the vibrancy of Post Falls and create fun and entertainment for everyone.

Post Falls is your “highway to outdoor fun” where authentic cruises and kayaking on the Spokane River, stock car racing, rock climbing, golf, trails, the northwest’s largest outdoor powwow and more are centrally located.

Post Falls features a number of lodging options and Is just minutes from the region’s largest theme park, Silverwood. Motels and RV accommodations are centrally located. Within a 35 mile radius are 29 golf courses, including the Highland Golf Club, the North Idaho Centennial Trail — a 56 mile-long paved walking and biking trail — three state parks, 55 lakes and four major rivers.

You are next to Interstate 90, 20 minutes from downtown Spokane, WA, 30 minutes from an international airport and 10 minutes from Coeur d’Alene.