Priest River

Priest River

 

Priest River sits at an elevation of 2,100 ft, and enjoys a four-season climate. An annual rainfall of 23 inches and annual snowfall of 72 inches Summer temperatures rarely exceed 90 degrees and there are plenty of rivers and lakes offer fishing, swimming, boating, and water skiing.

The quiet community of Priest River is centered around the joining of two pristine rivers, Pend Oreille River and Priest River. Situated 7 miles east of Washington and 23 miles West of Sandpoint, it's on the Western end of Bonner County. Priest River has a population of approximately 1,700 residents, with an economy driven by tourism and timber. 

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