Introduction to Post Falls, Idaho
Post Falls History
Post Falls was founded in 1870 by a German immigrant named Frederick Post. In fact, the city was also named after its founder. He purchased the land from Andrew Seltice, the chief of the tribe and constructed a water powered lumber mill. Prior to that, the area was inhabited by the Coeur d'Alene Indians. The city is located in Kootenai County, which was created on December 22, 1864 and was named for the Kootenai Indians.
Post Falls and nearby Attractions
- Museum of North Idaho
- Mowry State Park
- Farragut State Park
- Post Falls Square Shopping Center
- Mount Spokane State Park
Things To Do In Post Falls
Post Falls offers several recreational facilities including the North Park, McGuire - Wesleyan Church, and Ross Point Bird Farm are also worth taking a look around. Visitors can enjoy shopping at the Post Falls Square Shopping Center. The city also provides easy access to the Mount Spokane State Park and Farragut State Park. Apart from these, Post Falls also hosts several recreational events and programs throughout the year.
Post Falls Transportation
Coeur D'alene Air Terminal is close to the city.
Post Falls Higher Education
North Idaho College, Gonzaga University, and Spokane Community College are some of the nearest colleges and universities.