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Rathdrum, Idaho

Just 20 minutes north of Post Falls off Highway 41, Rathdrum offers small-town living at its best. Originally named Westwood, it was the county seat at the turn of the last century, with the railroad depot the heart of the community. Idaho’s oldest brick church, the St. Stanislaus Kostka Mission is located here. Neighbors includes Twin Lakes which is a popular recreation area for boating and camping and golfing. The Lakeland School District is rated one of the top schools in Idaho and is a favorite among this fast growing community. 

This area, including lakes, prairie and Rathdrum aquifer, was created 10,000 years ago by the Missoula Lake Flood. Settled in 1861, Rathdrum is one of the oldest towns in North Idaho. In the late 1860’s, a pony express relay station was established and the city became the County seat for Kootenai county and the community thrived for a time as agriculture, timber and mining industries flourished in the area. In 1908, electors voted to move the County seat to Coeur d’Alene.

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Rathdrum Must See & Do!

  • Local Farmers Market
  • Golf at Twin Lakes Golf Course
  • Boat on the Lakes
  • Hike Rathdrum Mountain
  • Go have a thrill at Silverwood Theme Park
  • For more information about the
  • Rathdrum area visit
  • www.rathdrumchamberofcommerce.com

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