Cradled in the arms of the Selkirk Mountains and fed by their melting snow, Priest Lake is the treasure of the Panhandle. Priest lake is the most secluded out of several lakes that run through this uniquely beautiful area of Northern Idaho.
Huckleberry at Priest Lake is a 1,600-acre lakefront community comprised of nine subdivisions. There is year-round access to the lake, water/sewer/power hook-ups to each lot, and a fire district. Lot owners even have access to premier amenities including the Huckleberry Bay Community Center, the tennis and basketball courts, Moose Lake fishing pond, and conservation area.
Huckleberry at Priest Lake offers a variety of year-round recreational activities. Summer is the highlight season for most who spend any time here. Biking and hiking can be enjoyed on the trail system weaving through the back-lands comprising the majority of the 1,600 acres owned by Huckleberry at Priest Lake. Moose Lake – a small fishing lake stocked several times a year with trout – is located in this wilderness area. Priest Lake itself offers the challenge of fishing for the large mackinaw, along with all of the familiar water sports and activities like skiing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and swimming. After a hot summer afternoon spent in the lake, you'll be ready for a tennis match at the nearby court, located just behind Sandy Shores. The lake's handful of unique family-run resorts boast some of the Northwest's finest restaurants and feature music throughout the summer by local musicians. Winter months bring more ways to enjoy the lake and forest of Huckleberry at Priest Lake. Skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing are enjoyed throughout the groomed trails which begin just out your back door.