Not all popular sports in Post Falls revolve around the great outdoors. The city is also home to the Stateline Speedway, a locally owned raceway that draws large and rowdy crowds to its various events. The track specializes in stock car races, but also hosts demolition derbies, the harrowing figure 8, as well as bandolero races in which children are the drivers in small but still fast carts. The Speedway is also home to the Idaho 200, the largest late model stock car race in the area that features regional and national drivers in a high stakes championship race.
The Riverside State P
Riverside State Park is here to remind anyone who may have forgotten about the awesome power and beauty of the Northwest. The developed sections of the park, such as the RV hookups and disc golf course, are built in such a way as to not interfere with the natural spaces that are really the stars of the show. The park is a destination for mountain bikers and rock climbers. The Deep Creek area of the park features dozens of climbing routes best suited for expert to intermediate climbers. Get lost in the park, but just make sure to know the way out.
The Jacklin Arts and
The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center is housed in a 19th century church appropriately known by locals as The Old Church. What began as a labor of love to save a deteriorating historic structure became a community effort to create a venue for artists and performers to create and display their craft. The center has an art gallery with a regularly rotating series of exhibits of visual art from local artists. There is also a theater for musical, dance, or theatrical performances. The site's cooking classes are always a big hit with the community and the verdant grounds are a favorite place to host weddings.