Idaho Map

Request Free Visitor Guides

Mineral Point Trail - No. 82

Contact Info
Kaniksu National Forest
1500 Hwy. 2, Suite 110
Sandpoint, ID 83864

Phone:
208-263-5111
Basics
Length:
2.1 miles
Difficulty:
Easy
Time:
1/2 to 1 hr
Trailhead Elevation:
200 feet

Description

Closed to all motorized vehicles yearlong.

This is one of the most beautiful trails on the Sandpoint Ranger District and is popular with hikers and mountain bikers. Gentle grades, wildflowers and excellent views make this trail suitable for the entire family. Constructed by volunteers and dedicated to the memory of Brent "Jake" Jacobson who gave his life in the line of duty as a Forest Service law enforcement officer.

This trail ends at Green Bay Campground on Lake Pend Oreille. There is a toilet, picnic tables and fire grills.

Details

Length:
2.1 miles
Difficulty:
Easy
Time:
1/2 to 1 hr
Trailhead Elevation:
200
Useful Map(s):
USGS: Packsaddle NW

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Sandpoint, take Hwy. 95 south 6 miles to Sagle Road; turn left onto Sagle Road and go 9 miles to Garfield Bay; turn left on the first road past the public boat launch and go about ¼ mile to Mineral Point Road 532; turn right onto Road 532 and follow signs to the trailhead. Road 532 also provides access to Green Bay Campground Road 2672 and Lost Lake Trail 81.


Copyright © 1997 - 2018 The Go Travel Sites. All Rights Reserved and.

Email Page Link

Complete the form below to email this page to a friend or family member's email. You can send yourself an email as well. Your email and your recipient's email will NOT be shared with anyone. See our full Privacy Policy for details.
:
:
:
 
 
 
:
Copy Yourself on the Email Yes No
:
:

1

Select a Free Visitor Guide below

2

Complete the form to receive your guides by mail

Below are the Free Visitor Guides for Lake Pend Oreille / Sandpoint. More Visitor Guides are available in Idaho. Click here to view them all!

Visit Idaho Visit Idaho Visit Idaho
StatewideStart planning your Idaho adventure. Vacation is more than just scenery; it’s about making life long memories. Download or order the free Idaho Travel Guide here.
Request this Free Visitor GuideRequested! You're all set! Complete the form below to receive your guides by mail.