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Welcome to Shelman Realty! Boundary County Idaho’s Northern Gateway
Welcome to Boundary County, Idaho and its historic seat, Bonners Ferry. Boundary County, Idaho is the last frontier in the contiguous U.S.A. It is the gateway to our 49th state Alaska, via our Canadian neighbors, through two U.S. ports of entry: Eastport, Idaho (24 hours) and Porthill, Idaho (7 a.m. to 11 p.m.). The county borders on Montana and is the scenic route to Glacier Park.
Any one of our professional and knowledgeable realtors would be pleased to show you the grand beauty of the Selkirk Mountains which can be viewed from downtown Bonners Ferry and throughout the Kootenai River Valley. Bonners Ferry represents what all of America used to be. Come visit us for a day, an afternoon or even all weekend.
With Canada to the north, Montana’s Glacier National Park to the east, North Idaho’s big lakes Pend Oreille and Coeur d’Alene to the south, and Priest to the west; travelers find themselves rushing right on by some of North Idaho’s best kept secrets right here in Bonners Ferry!
While others rush to these well known, but usually crowded, destinations many visitors are discovering the quiet solitude and unmatched beauty of this area. Our scenery is boundless, our attractions are numerous, and the friendly people and hospitality found in Bonners Ferry are unmatched.
We think that you will truly enjoy even a short visit with us in Bonners Ferry Country. Your stay will put a smile on your face and leave you relaxed and rested. You will also find yourself wondering how many other truly wonderful spots like those you will find here you might have passed by over the years.
Don’t miss this chance to find those beautiful places and meet the people of Bonners Ferry. Stay a while and most of all, enjoy this scenic area. Call or e-mail us today for more information.
Boundary County Statistics
• 1275 Square Miles
• 729,000 Acres of forest land
• 442,000 Acres of National Forest
• 89,000 Acres of State lands
• 68,000 Acres of private farm land
• 130,000 Acres of land owned privately

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