Blue Anchor RV Park is the perfect base for all sorts of activities in the heart of the Silver Valley in North Idaho.
An almost unlimited number of recreational opportunities await you!
If you are an outdoorsman then we have all kinds of things to do. Weather it's hunting & fishing, hiking, biking and skiing or the adrenaline pumping fun of being on your motorcycle or ATV, the Silver Valley offers plenty of trails and off road access and boasts the regions #1 ski area, Lookout Pass and the Silver Mountain Resort.
Looking for a beautiful view, why not ride the gondolas at Silver Mountain or take a zipline tour.
If this isn't your thing (or you just want to slow down for the day) discover the many attractions and historical sites that make North Idaho such a beautiful place to live and visit. You can take a mine tour, visit the
Northern Pacific Railroad Museum, Old Mission State Park or the Wallace District Mining Museum.
Want to discover the natural beauty of North Idaho? Visit one our our preserves, Silver Creek Preserve, Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge, Cougar Bay Preserve or simply watch the eagles soar on Lake Coeur d'Alene.
The most difficult part of planning a trip to North Idaho is deciding what to do, what to see and where to go.
With a plethera of options available, you’ll always find something new each time you visit our beautiful state.
The Route of the Hiawatha mountain bike or hike trail is 15 miles long with 10 train tunnels and 7 sky high trestles...
(Access is across the street)
Galena Ridge a stunning 9 hole course will impress golfers of any skill level with dramatic vistas and exceptional design.
PINEHURST GOLF COURSE
Pinehurst is a nine hole golf course.
SHOSHONE GOLF AND TENNIS
One of America's top ranked 9 hole golf courses on the top of Gold Run Mountain.
ATV & MOTORCYCLE
The Motorized Trails Program was created in 1970 to ensure quality motorized recreational opportunities remain available by providing for maintenance, education, and enforcement partnerships.
SUMMER TRAILS MAP
This is an interactive map showing the motorized trails available in the area. Click HERE to view.
HIGH MOUNTAIN ATV ASSOCIATION
Nestled in the Bitterroot Mountains, the High Mountain ATV Association (a non-profit association) is based in Wallace, Idaho. We have thousands of miles of access to Forest Service, BLM and private land.
LOCAL US FOREST SERVICE
The 2 mile Pulaski Tunnel Trail traces part of the route that Edward Pulaski’s crew followed during their escape from the 1910 fires.
Settlers Grove of Ancient Cedars is an Idaho National Forest hiking and biking trail just north of historic Murray in the Silver Valley. The grove contains century-old trees, some with trunks up to 10 feet in diameter.