Sandpoint Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Sandpoint; our list of the best things to see, including Coldwater Creek, Outdoor Experience and Athletes Choice.
  • The best place in Sandpoint: Coldwater Creek

    Coldwater Creek

    311 N. First Avenue
    The headquarters of a nationally acclaimed chain and catalog company, Sandpoint's Coldwater Creek features women's styles in a beautiful brick building downtown with a wine bar upstairs. This is a Sandpoint must-see, if only because CC gives back extensively to the community in the form of building us a new animal shelter, a new college campus, and more.
  • Outdoor Experience

    Outdoor Experience

    314 N. First Avenue
    With a large stock of all sorts of outdoor necessities, from clothing to kayaks, OE is a great place for athletic tourists and locals alike.
  • Athletes Choice

    102 Cedar Street
    This large store stocks mostly athletic shoes, but also carries a variety of clothing and athletic equipment.
  • Travers Park

    Pine Street
    5 acres, 3 full size softball diamonds, medium size baseball diamond, soccer fields, football fields, and 2 tennis courts. Kids' play area includes slide, swing sets, and youth climbing apparatus.
    food nearby
  • Art Works Gallery

    218 N. First Avenue
    A huge collection of fun and funky art, running the gamut from glass jewelry to handmade soap to computer generated fractals, and everything in between. A Sandpoint must-see.
  • Snow River, UGGs And More

    117 N. First Avenue
    Snow River has a great selection of authentic UGG boots and footwear year round. Their handmade sheepskin slippers have a loyal following from all over the world. They also have comfortable clothes. A really nice store to visit!
  • Flying Fish Co

    620 N. Fifth Avenue
    Featuring a wide variety of delicious fresh fish and other seafood, Flying Fish Co may look small, but it's got big potential... to please you!
  • Wings Over Sandpoint

    1100 Airport Way
    Annual, family friendly fly-in event showcasing aviation in the northwest including classics and home built aircraft. Every August!
    eat nearby
  • 3 Floors Department Store

    350 E
    Fordham Road (btwn Marion Avenue & Elm Place) ☎ (718) 367-2200. They have a range of different items, like clothes, home goods, watches and perfumes. The basement has designer shoes for as low as $5. That's including everything from sandals in the summer to boots in the winter.
  • Janusz Studio by the Lake

    Beautiful lakeside studio, open for tours during the summer. Call beforehand.
  • Hallan's Gallery

    323 N. First Avenue
    Featuring the work of famous Sandpoint photographer, the late Ross Hall, one of the oldest stores dating back to 1906. See Sandpoint as it used to be!
  • Eve's Leaves

    326 N. First Avenue
    Among Sandpoint's pricier clothing stores, but nevertheless worth a look. Chock full of beautiful dresses and casual women's wear. Check out the sale rack for some great deals!
  • Cedar Street Bridge Public Market

    First and Cedar
    Located on the world-famous Cedar Street Bridge, this collection of small shops has something for everyone, and the European style cafe at the front serves premium crafted (gourmet) gelato to boot.
  • Starbucks

    108 N 1st Ave
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • Captn's Table

    16469 Garfield Bay Road, Sagle
    Located off the beaten path in Sagle, the Captn's Table is a modern take on a wild west saloon, complete with first class meals and a bar. Their specialty is their homemade cheesecake!$$
  • The Hydra Restaurant

    115 E Lake St
    Located in a beautiful blue house on the corner of Lake & 2nd, just far enough from the bustle of the main strip, the Hydra is well known for their steaks, but their seafood and pasta dishes are also excellent, as well as their extensive dessert menu. $$
  • Bistro at the Inn at Sand Creek

    105 S. First Avenue
    Serving up Northwest cuisine with a seasonally changing menu the Bistro has an extensive wine program and a full bar. Casual environment with a summer patio and fireplaces in both dining areas. open every evening at 4PM closed on Tuesday.$-$$$
  • Slates Prime Time Grill & Sports Bar

    477272 HWY 95, Ponderay
    Slates has moved into their new location off of HWY 95 just north of Sandpoint, more than just a sports bar, more like a sports restaurant. Beautiful log building, fitting for northern Idaho. Popular restaurant with the locals, serving gourmet burgers, steaks, seafood, pasta and salads.
  • Sunset Saloon

    126 W. Main Street, Hope
    Located in the historic Hope Hotel, this cute little diner features an array of burgers, steaks, salads and more, with a full service bar. $
  • Spuds Rotisserie & Grill

    102 N 1st Ave
    Perhaps Sandpoint's most well known local restaurant, Spuds' lunch menu is chock full of freshly made sandwiches of all sorts, plus delectable rotisserie chicken and, of course, lots of potatoes. At night, they pull the curtain on their walk up counter and do table service, with steaks, rotisserie chicken, tri-tip, and all sorts of other savory meals, plus several to-die-for desserts. $$
  • MickDuff's Brewing Company

    MickDuff's Brewing Company

    312 N. First Ave
    We are here for beer!
  • Jalapenos


    314 N 2nd Ave
    Authentic Mexican Cuisine
  • Joel's

    229 Church St
  • Trinity at City Beach

    Trinity at City Beach

    58 Bridge St
    Seafood, Steaks, Libations, Great Views and Good TImes. Look out onto Lake Pend Oreille and enjoy a seasonal menu with fresh seafood and local ingredients anchored by the Trinity classic dishes.
  • Hoot Owl Cafe

    Hoot Owl Cafe

    30784 Hwy 200
  • Ivano's Ristorante

    Ivano's Ristorante

    102 S 1st Ave Ste 101
    Ivano's Italian Ristorant?. Website includes all menu,Italian Golf Tournament, and more
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Sandpoint uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.