Priest River USA
Priest River Development Corporation (PRDC) is a private, non-profit economic development corporation. PRDC is able to offer low cost lease rates for manufacturers moving to the Priest River area.
Whether you live in Creston or are just passing through, the Creston & District Museum & Archives has something to offer you! The Museum is filled with remnants of the past and is a treasure trove of historical information. We feature regularly changing exhibits, and host a series of special events throughout the year – …
Priest River USA
Priest River is located at the confluence of Priest and Pend Oreille Rivers, approximately 1 hour from Spokane and Coeur d’Alene. Visit historic downtown and see renovated historic buildings. The first saw mill was built in 1897, visit the Priest River Museum and Timber Education Center for additional information on the history of the timber …
Organized in 1969, the Colville-based Tri-County Economic Development District (TEDD) oversees the region’s business assistance and development efforts. TEDD is committed to serving small businesses with financing and technical business assistance. TEDD also works with local communities to promote job creation, economic stability and overall quality of life in the areas we serve.
The City of Newport, with a population of 2150, is located on the Washington/Idaho border just west of the Pend Oreille River. With a comfortable elevation of 2,160 feet, Newport is a city that provides a unique experience of four distinct seasons. We are less than an hour’s drive north of Spokane, which has an …
The Sullivan Lake Ranger District is located in the extreme northeastern corner of Washington within the Colville National Forest.Â Stop by the Ranger Station located at the northern end of Sullivan Lake for lots of information about the area.Â There are two campgrounds at Sullivan Lake and another at Mill Pond, plus loads of hiking …
Nestled in the mountains of Northwestern Montana lies one of the state’s best-kept secrets. Libby Dam provides a delicate balance between flood protection, hydropower, recreation, and environmental stewardship. Visit the interactive exhibits in our Visitor Center, picnic, go camping or fishing. Tours of Libby Dam are available daily during summer months and by appointment year-round.