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Sagle overview

Sagle is known for its ferries. You'll enjoy activities like boating. Visitors can plan a fun excursion to Liberty Pier and Bitter End Marina. Don't miss your chance to see attractions like Bonner County Historical Society Museum and Lakeview Park. A family- and business-friendly area, Sagle also has something for everyone.

Where to stay in Sagle

Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Sagle has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Sagle with by checking our online map. Our maps display the areas and neighborhoods around all Sagle hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Sagle hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

How to get to Sagle

Fly in to Spokane, WA (GEG-Spokane Intl.), 61.1 mi (98.4 km) from downtown Sagle.

What to see around Sagle

Outdoor activities are on hand like boating and ferry rides along with attractions such as:
  • • Liberty Pier
  • • Bitter End Marina
It's well known for its lakes and these favorite places for nature lovers:
  • • Lakeview Park
  • • Sandpoint City Beach Park
  • • Lake Pend Oreille
  • • Pend Oreille River
  • • Samowen Park
Here are some top sights to see:
  • • Bonner County Historical Society Museum
  • • Panida Theater
  • • Sandpoint Elks Golf Course
  • • Hidden Lakes Golf Resort
  • • Schweitzer Mountain Resort

When to visit Sagle

Curious about when's the best time to visit? Here are the seasonal norms to help with your planning:

Seasonal temperature averages
  • January-March: 53°F day, 21°F night
  • April-June: 77°F day, 37°F night
  • July-September: 85°F day, 37°F night
  • October-December: 65°F day, 20°F night
Seasonal rainfall averages
  • January-March: 10.24 inches
  • April-June: 7.72 inches
  • July-September: 4.09 inches
  • October-December: 11.97 inches