This Lake/St.Joe river tour is a must. Lunch is included, and it is on Sunday only. Take's 6 hours, and takes you all the way across the Lake to St. Joe River half way up. It is a nature's experience and very interesting.
Beautiful country side with a brilliant river...the "JOE". If you like the outdoors and love to fish great place to stay. I am an avid fly fisherman and the JOE has always been one of my favorite places to fish for native cutthroat trout (been fishing here for over 45 years). Clear cool water make this a must for fly... 更多
This beautiful river is raging and cold in the spring and early summer, but great for "lazy river" floating during the last two weeks of July and all of August.
It was a hot day in Spokane and we needed to get away. Traveled down to the St. Joe and it took our breath away. Gorgeous scenery, meandering river views and nice ice cream and a place to get your feet wet in Avery.
The St Joe River is one of the major waterways in North Idaho that affords everyone an excellent destination for getting away from it all. Along its miles of broad banks you'll find camping and picnicking spots to suit everyone and in the warmer months the river is a popular venue for water craft of almost every description. This is... 更多
visiting this area is like you are going to another place in time. We saw all kinds of animals (bears, fox, eagles, other birds, etc.) and the landscape is absolutely beautiful. Definitely worth a trip to visit!
Very nice, lots of sun and seemingly happy people. Easy launch from Heyburn state park. $5.00 fee. Cruised up the St. Joe in a pontoon boat. A few no wake areas, but county park up river west of St Maries was a nice tie=up, with playground, restrooms, and picnic area. Safe to swim, no wake zone. Saw several birds of... 更多