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SPECIAL ADVERTISING CONTENT: Recharge with a fall getaway at Dover Bay

by TYLER WILSON/Special to The Press
| October 10, 2021 1:00 AM

North Idaho looks good in every season, but there’s something extra special about the vibrant, colorful landscapes that arrive every autumn. A new season also means new things to explore with a vacation at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community.

Soak in the crisp air and fall colors while exploring Dover Bay’s expansive outdoor spaces near and along Lake Pend Oreille, including more than 9 miles of walking and bicycling trails with picturesque views of the mountains. The community has also dedicated more than 9 acres to beach and park areas for exploration by residents and vacationers alike.

While Dover Bay remains an in-demand locale for permanent residents, the Dover Bay Resort allows visitors to taste the premium lifestyle with luxury accommodations.

Variety and flexibility are big advantages to Dover Bay’s lineup of vacation rental options. Choose from premium beachside bungalows, deluxe waterfront condominiums and even cabin in the woods options that mix those classic visual aesthetics with all the in-demand modern amenities.

All remain close to Lake Pend Oreille as well as dining and shopping options in Sandpoint, located just 3 miles from the Dover Bay Waterfront Community. Dover Bay also offers vacation accommodations at their premium lofts in town that overlook the Sandpoint Marina.

All options are ideal for skiers planning out their next few months. Schweitzer Mountain Resort is located just 15 miles from the Dover Bay Community, and ski season will be here sooner than you think.

Whether or not the snow is falling on top of the mountain, Dover Bay entices all types of visitors with luxury-level resort perks, including access to an outdoor, heated swimming pool and spa, open year-round, as well as a fitness center, market and more. Dover Bay’s full service restaurant, The Dish, is also open for dinners.

Dover Bay’s Marina Village also includes kayak, canoe and boat rentals for those warmer days, and both short-term and seasonal moorage options are available for boaters throughout the summer.

Enjoy the colors while they’re still on the trees. Visit DoverBayBungalows.com or call 208-263-5493 to explore the many vacation rental options at Dover Bay, as well as the latest information on deals and availability. Take 20 percent off your nightly rate when you reserve a bungalow within 48 hours of arrival through the month of October.

The Dover Bay Waterfront Community remains an in-demand location for home buyers with several distinct neighborhoods for both part and full-time residents, all of whom have access to the community’s resort amenities.

For more information on available properties and home sites, contact John Sletager or Marie Garvey at 208-265-1597 or visit DoverBayIdaho.com.

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Photo courtesy of DOVER BAY DEVELOPMENT

Rent a beachside bungalow or a cabin in the woods for a fall vacation at Dover Bay.

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Photo courtesy of DOVER BAY DEVELOPMENT

Discover more than 9 miles of hiking and biking trails at the Dover Bay Waterfront Community.

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