Friends of Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail
Sharing a shoreline, connecting communities
The Friends of Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail are committed to creating a sinuous and natural waterfront trail that stretches from Sandpoint's City Beach to Black Rock and Ponder Point along the Northwest shore of Lake Pend Oreille in North Idaho. Our communities are changing and growing, and as they do, our lakefront and access to public lands are becoming more precious.
ANNOUNCING: THE BAY TRAIL FUN RUN!
Join us Saturday, June 1 to celebrate National Trails Day with our first annual Bay Trail Fun Run along the shores of stunning Lake Pend d'Oreille. It's a mostly flat, easy trail run or walk for the whole family. There will be 5k and 10k distances, with awards for all age divisions; registration is $25 with kids 12 and under free. Registration is now open. Details on our News page, or go register right now at Active.com»
WE LOVE OUR SPONSORS. The Fun Run would not be possible without them! From major sponsors Dover Bay Resort, Evergreen Realty and Panhandle State Bank to our in-kind donors, it's all thanks to them! Please click to see the Fun Run sponsors»
DONATE TODAY, HELP SECURE THE TRAIL
People have enjoyed the Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail for years, even though most of it is on private property. Now, some landowners are willing to sell, and we have an opportunity to secure this shoreline for future generations. We recently launched a Capital Campaign to raise $400,000 for purchasing 1,600 feet of waterfront along the Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail. Please help us reach our goal and donate today»
T-SHIRTS FOR SALE
We have Pend d'Oreille Bay T-shirts for sale! We are selling 100 percent cotton T-shirts that sport our logo, with the slogan "Close In, Far Out." Like it? Then buy one, for only $20 at Pine Street Bakery, Greasy Fingers or Outdoor Experience. Or give us a call at 946-7586, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
TRAIL MAP & PLAN COMPLETED
The Friends of the Pend d'Oreille Bay Trail in partnership with community stakeholders, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and the National Park Service's Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program have completed a master Concept Plan.
The time is NOW to protect this incredible stretch of shoreline for our friends, families and future generations.