Things to Do in Bonners Ferry

Bonners Ferry is located in the northern most county of the Idaho Panhandle.  With a population of 2,500, it is the county seat of Boundary County, the only county in the USA to border two states and a foreign country. 

Bonners Ferry is named after Edwin Bonner who established a ferry across the Kootenai River during the late 1800s gold rush.

Today Bonners Ferry is a gateway to the Selkirk Mountains and the surrounding wilderness and is home to the largest hops fields in the world.