Do The Selkirk Loop

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The International Selkirk Loop is a unique, 280 mile (450km), scenic roadway that wanders through two countries, two states, three Indian Reservations, and a number of towns and villages. The loop connects the Pend Oreille Valley with the Kootenay Valley, forming one of North America’s more remote and scenic highways. One place you might consider staying is the StoneRidge Resort’s exclusive Motor Home Village. It’s a fabulous place for non-RVers as well!

View from Selkirk Loop
View from Selkirk Loop

StoneRidge Resort



The StoneRidge Resort has a lot of recreational activities for visitors, including a large recreation facility with tennis, miniature golf, pickleball, bocce ball, badminton, billiards table, children’s playground, picnic pavilion, basketball gym, shuffleboard and horseshoe pits. After all that activity, relax in the saunas or saltwater hot tub, steam room or the indoor saltwater pool.Indoor Saltwater Pool

StoneRidge Resort








The golf course here is not to be missed! If you are a golf enthusiast, be sure to book a round at the resort’s course.  It’s part of the esteemed Idaho Golf Trail.

StoneRidge Golf Course

Mini Golf





And, for those miniature golfers, there is a very fun course!






The Motor Home Village is restricted to 31 feet or more to keep with the First Class resort feel.

For friends or family who would love to join you but don’t have a RV, they can stay at StoneRidge in a town home! Choose from a 2 bedroom 2 bath or 3 bedroom 2 ½ bath town home that includes rounds of golf and discounts on restaurant services.

But, outdoor recreation is a primary year-round drawing card to the area. Many towns along The Loop also offer wonderful shopping, dining, entertainment and events. There are a variety of terrific accommodations and dozens of recreational, cultural and historic activities and attractions that you are bound to enjoy.

Blanchard’s citizens, who number about 1000, hosts some fun events to showcase their community.  Friday nights are lovely for the Summer Concert Series in Lions Park. In mid-August, the Blanchard Daze Celebration features live music, a parade, stick horse race and other fun activities, followed later in the month for the Annual Bluegrass Festival.

If you love the small town lifestyle, you will love Blanchard!

So if you are looking for a place that is still close to home, but has some of the best views that the US can offer, then be sure to check out Idaho.  If you want to get there in a new RV, then be sure to come into Rocky Mountain RV and Marine for the best brands and prices in New Mexico.