• Sand Creek

    Allison Wildman

  • Sand Creek

    Allison Wildman

  • Downtown Sandpoint

    Allison Wildman

  • Lost in the 50s

    Aaron Qualls

  • Powerhouse Rainbow

    Aaron Qualls

  • Schweitzer Outback Boal

    Schweitzer Mountain Resort

Transportation

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Auto

Downtown street parking is generally available.  If you plan to stay all day the downtown parking lot is recommended for cars and trucks and the City Beach lot for recreational vehicles or autos with trailers. 

There are special routes designated for truck traffic.

Curious about when your street will get plowed? Check out the link for Snow removal.

Bus

Sandpoint has a free bus system "SPOT". With our mobile app you can tell where the bus is and if it is headed toward your destination.

SPOT also offers  "Door to Destination" services for those that meet requirements.

Pedestrian/ Bike/ Skate

Beware of pedestrians in crosswalks.  

"It shall be unlawful for any person to ride, operate, or cause to be operated any human powered vehicle on the sidewalks except to cross a sidewalk when entering or exiting an alleyway, a private drive or a crosswalk within the following described areas:

The south side of the sidewalk right of way on Alder to the south side of the sidewalk right of way on Pine;

From the west side of the sidewalk right of way on Fifth Avenue to the west edge of Sand Creek; and

The sidewalk of Bridge Street. (Ord. 861, 5-16-1988)"

Explore Sandpoint!  is a network of cycling routes to help get your around the city efficiently.  Navigational signs and distances for the network are viewable downtown. This map shows bicycling routes and many of the local recreation opportunities.

Boat 

Did you know you can visit Sandpoint from your boat?  We have free day use boat parking right in Downtown, at the Windbag Marina and the City Beach Marina. Overnight Visitor Moorage is also available. Contact Parks and Rec at 208-263-3613.