Called "Idaho's River City," Post Falls was first claimed by German immigrant Frederick Post in the 1870's and became the site of a water-powered mill. Post and Chief Andrew Seltice of the Coeur d'Alene's negotiated a treaty that is preserved and displayed at Treaty Rock, near Falls Park, along with authentic Native American pictographs. Rich in history, diverse in culture, and abundant in wildlife and beauty, Post Falls is the perfect place for anyone seeking fun and excitement, cultural and historical enrichment, or just plain relaxation.
Surrounded by beautiful mountains and located in the heart of North Idaho's recreational hotspots, Post Falls offers premier lodging and fine dining in a peaceful and serene setting. Post Falls in an authentic North Idaho town with breathtaking natural beauty, rich history, and a truly great recreation - making it one of Northern Idaho's best kept secrets.