One of the oldest Native cultures of the Pend Oreille River. Annual Activities and Events include: –Buffalo Herd–Salish Fair & Buffalo BBQ–Native Cultural Exhibits. Call for additional information.
Local arts and crafts can be found at virtually every community along the Selkirk Loop. Be sure to check out the fine businesses below to help you decide what you want to see and where you want to visit. The “Tours” tab will identify which of the businesses offer tours of their facility while the “Artists in Action” tab will point out where you may watch artisans create a work of art right before your eyes. From weavers to potters to broom makers…they are all here.
You also don’t want to miss the numerous “Art Walks” around the region. The area’s of Sandpoint, ID, Creston, Castlegar and Nelson, BC all have art walks. Check each communities “Calendar of Events” during the summer months of July and August to take a tour.
Several communities offer theater performances and concerts that even the largest communities will envy. The Loop is home to many talented people, so take the time to visit them while you are here and take home a piece of art.
An Aboriginal Experience with Canadian souvenirs, beadwork, jewelry, blankets, clothing, Manitobah Mukluks, and Healing Hollow essential oils. Many, many unique gift items and many items are less than $30. We also have the ability to embroider items for you on the spot to personalize gifts with names or designs. Yaqan Nukiy Heritage Centre is located …
Located on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille on 400 acres, the park offers over 300 RV sites & tent camping sites. RV hook-ups without sewer available, dump station. 10 camping cabins with heat and electricity. Four horse campsites. Group and day use facility, boat launch and swim area. Model aircraft field, shooting ranges & …
Crawford Bay Canada
Owner Luke Lewis weaves corn brooms onto unique handles using antique broom making equipment. See thousands of functional art brooms hanging from the rafters in the historic log barn. Over the years our brooms have appeared on TV, in movies, including Bewitched, and in other forms of media. Here are some of our other brooms …
North Pend Oreille Rail Riders: Riders will enjoy the unique experience of a four seated, pedal powered, railroad bicycle along the Pend Oreille River. First ride south through scenic pastureland then north, up to the impressive Box Canyon Trestle. The ride is approximately 12 miles round trip. To see their schedule and purchase tickets, please …
Tiger Historical Center/Museum: The historic (1912) Tiger Store, museum, gift shop, blacksmith reproduction display and rest stop, is the Visitor Information Center for the North Pend Oreille Scenic Byway and the surrounding area. Open Memorial Day through September The rest stop is open 24 hours/day–outdoor information kiosk. See our website for more information.
Located downtown Creston, Gold ‘N’ Treasures & Gift Shop is known as the #1 Gold Panning and Mining supplier in B.C. Come in and see everything we have to do with Gold Panning, Mining, Jewelry, Ammolite, Lapidary equipment and Rock Tumbers. If we don’t have it in stock we will find it for you from …