Skiing, hiking, camping or just exploring nature—whatever you love to do when the great outdoors call, Kellogg, Idaho is waiting.
Nestled in Idaho’s Silver Valley Region and the Bitterroot Mountains, Kellogg, Idaho is a quiet and often overlooked outdoor haven. With a history that stretches back to the days of Idaho’s historic logging and boon, Kellogg is home to just over 2,000 people.
When you fly to a jet charter airport in Kellogg, Idaho, you’ll arrive at the Shoshone County Airport. Located just three miles outside of Kellogg, the Shoshone County Airport is the perfect launching pad for your outdoor adventures through Idaho’s Silver Valley.
Known as the “Gem of North Idaho,” the Coeur d’Alene River is where most tourists to Kellogg choose to start their journey. With lush forests and crystal waters, the Coeur d’Alene winds its way through the countryside and makes the perfect camping point for your first night in Idaho.
In the morning, lace up your hiking boots and head out onto one of more than three dozen hiking trails. With varying difficulty levels, the trails along the river are sure to keep even the most experienced hikers entertained. Don’t forget your fishing rod and try your hand at catching lunch from a stopping point along the river. The river is full of different trout and a favorite point for local anglers.
At night, when you return to Kellogg after spending time connecting with nature, stop by the Radio Brewing Company for craft ale, a good burger, and maybe an extra slice of shortcake for dessert.