157 S. Pleasant View Road
Post Falls, ID 83854
Phone: (208) 777-9394
Fax: (208) 777-8994
157 S. Pleasant View Road, Post Falls, ID, US, 83854
- Phone: (208) 777-9394
- Fax: (208) 777-8994
Tours and tastings are available Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call for an appointment.
Coeur d'Alene Cellars was founded to create hand-crafted Viogniers and Syrahs from the spectacular vineyards of Washington's Columbia Valley. Tastings and tours are available by appointment.
The Latah Creek Winery is one of the few family-run wineries in Washington State; the Conway family works hard to produce high-quality, delicious wine that is reflective of the grape that it comes from. Particularly highly recommended is their merlot, which has been singled out as one of the best in the state by Wine Spectator. Latah Creek provides free tastings and has maintained a friendly, intimate feel that encourages customer loyalty. Call for more details.
Walters' Fruit Ranch is the place to go if you're craving the freshest, in-season fruit and vegetables - the farm always has something in season and its old fashioned charm is loved by adults and children alike. Kids will enjoy a ride on the wiggle worm, or petting the friendly goats; in the country store, you can purchase a homemade jam, or bottle of wine from a local brewery. Tired legs can rest in the cafe and it would be impossible to resist a slice of fresh baked pie, with a scoop of ice-cream melting on top. It is possible to get educational tours of the farm; call for more details.
The Knipprath Cellars is one of the best wineries you will find in the city of Spokane. They produce some of the finest wines in the region such as the Washington-State Pinot noir and also the first port from the region. The winery also has a tasting room where you get to taste their latest and best products. There is also a wine club that invites all the connoisseurs of fine wines to gather together and enjoy their favorite drink. Do visit their website to know more about the Knipprath Cellars.
Founded in 1991, Cat Tales Zoological Park can't be missed if you're in the area. The Cat Tales Zoological Park stays true to its name and features rescued felines, including lions, tigers, pumas, bobcats and leopards. However, the park is home to more than just felines, such as bears and snakes. You can go on a guided tour or explore the park on your own. The admission is reasonable and you can go on a "Big Cat Adventure" where you hand feed a lion or tiger behind a barrier fence with the help of a zookeeper. The park is fun for the whole family.
Go-karting is a time-honored activity for kids - and adults - looking for high-speed thrills in controlled circumstances. At the Fast Kart Indoor Speedway, budding racers can get to speeds of 40mph and over. Eight friends can race each other at a time and the race times are computer recorded. Fast Kart also caters for parties and corporate team-building exercises. Call for more details.
Whilst most people wouldn't immediately associate fishing with the distilling of fine liquor, the founders of Dry Fly Distilling were inspired by exactly that. The distillery produces finely crafted vodka, gin and whiskey, all of which have garnered many accolades since the distillery opened. Also, if you've always dreamed of making your own liquor, Dry Fly offer hands-on distilling classes, based on the experience of the two founders.
Lone Canary Winery is owned by Mike Scott - former winemaker at Caterina Winery - and Jeanne and Steve Schaub - who are vineyardists and great fans of Mike's wines. They are open Thursday through Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m. Reservations are also appreciated if you have more than eight people in your party.
Spend a wonderful day at Wonderland Family Fun Center. The center has an arcade, laser tag, go cart racing, indoor miniature golf and a batting cage. The center also has free stage shows that are often very cheesy, but entertaining. The center is especially equipped for birthday parties and group events.
The visitor center is a wealth of information, staffed by people who really love the city. The walls are lined with brochures, there's plenty of parking (even for RVs) and restrooms. Telephones are also available for visitors' use. Be sure to stop by on your way into town; these folks have all the information you'll need right at their fingertips. This center also organizes tours for those who love to explore a new venue.
With 65 rides and attractions, you'll find plenty of entertainment at Silverwood Theme Park. For adventure seekers try the Aftershock Rollercoaster with a 177 foot drop or Velocity Peak which is a high speed water slide. However, there are plenty of relaxing rides, including some rides designed for children. There are also shows, stores and restaurants. You'll always have something to do at this theme park.