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Sandpoint is the largest town in, and the county seat of Bonner. Its population was 7,365 according to the 2010 census. In 2015 it was 7984.

Sandpoint's major economic contributors are from forest products, light manufacturing, tourism, recreation and government services. As the largest service center in the two northern Idaho counties (Bonner and Boundary), as well as northwestern Montana, it has an active retail sector. It was home to the headquarters of now out of business Coldwater Creek, a national women's apparel retailer. It is currently home to Lighthouse Foods, a national salad dressing manufacturer, and aircraft, manufacturers of the most magnificent utility aircraft. Quest Aircraft. Quest Aircraft was originally designed for missionary field work. Their flagship aircraft the Kodiak was originally designed for Missionary Work.

Sandpoint lies on the shores of Idaho's largest lake, the majestic 43-mile-long Lake Pend Oreille (pronounced pond or’ ray), and is surrounded by three major mountain ranges, the famous Ski resort area of Sweitzer Mountain Resort, The Bitterroot, Selkirk and the Cabinet Mountains.
In 2011 Sandpoint was named the nation's "Most Beautiful Small Town" by USA Today and Rand McNally making it exposed as the beautiful community it is.


The area now covered by the City of Sandpoint was used by the Salish Tribes as a summer camping ground. David Thompson explored the area in 1807. The European and the Chinese settlers first came to the city in the 1880s. The area was originally served by the Northern Pacific Railroad. It was incorporated in 1898. Lumber was one of the major industries in the area. In fact, there were several lumber companies that operated in the city since 1896.


One can avail flights from Coeur d'Alene Air Terminal, Spokane International Airport is approximately 75 miles to the South, and by Amtrack as well. Speaking of which Sandpoint is the largest funnel – the site where east-west railways in the northern states converge – in the Northwest. The confluence here of three northern-tier rail lines means that some 50 trains rumble through Sandpoint day and night, carrying cargo from Chicago, Seattle, and Canada. Great place for rail enthusiasts.


Sandpoint snowfall is an estimated 59 inches. The average US city averages 26 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 84. On average, there are 175 sunny days per year in Sandpoint.

The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 84. On average, there are 175 sunny days per year in Sandpoint, Idaho. The July high is around 81 degrees.

The summers are short, warm, dry, and partly cloudy and the winters are freezing, wet, and overcast. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 24°F to 84°F and is rarely below 8°F or above 93°F.


Property Value in Sandpoint (according to Zillow). The median home value in Sandpoint is $240,600. Sandpoint home values have gone up 3.2% over the past year. The median list price per square foot in Sandpoint is $198, which is lower than the Sandpoint Metro average of $205. The median price of homes currently listed in Sandpoint is $389,000.

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What is the Weather Like in Sandpoint?

  So when you are "60" something (not saying I am, who would ever consider moving 2800 miles away? 2800 miles away to a place that differs in temperature probably in some cases 80 degrees from one place to another? From sandy beaches and 80-degree crystal clear water to snow and mountains? Sign me up!Heres the average temperatures in Sandpoint: Click for the site:     I guess this is saying, plan on having a place to go in December. LOL! Ok, December will probably be ok with the fresh white fluffy snow! A white Christmas. Yeah! January, I dunno about this? February, "Hey, It's my birthday, we need to go somewhere to celebrate"!    Can you relate no matter where you live? I guess…
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It's Summer in Sandpoint!

Here are some of our favorite links to see what is happening around town!

Sandpoint Online

Sandpoint Farmers Market

Skiing and Summer at Schweitzer

Sandpoint Government

The Festival at Sandpoint (cancelled for 2020)

Lost in the 50's car show (cancelled for 2020)