Clark Fork, Idaho
Clark Fork is 25 miles east of Sandpoint on Highway 200 as you approach the Montana stateline. It is situated on the banks of the historic Clark Fork River, which has been a source of commerce and recreation for decades. It was named in honor of William Clark from the Lewis and Clark expedition, who encountered the Clark Fork River near Missoula in 1805
Offering an estimated population of around 540 people and an average elevation of 2,090 feet, the amazing hunting and fishing opportunities abound in the Clark Fork valley, with the river used by several fish species for spawning. The area provides scenic views of the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness and farmland and limitless year-around outdoor adventures.
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