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A Waterfront Community Located On The Shores of North Idaho’s Lake Pend Oreille

Live it up on the lake

Discover the Dover Bay Community

Welcome to Dover Bay, a planned residential, waterfront resort community nestled on the shores of North Idaho’s beautiful Lake Pend Oreille. Our community is just minutes from downtown Sandpoint, Idaho and also near Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort. Located on 285 beautiful acres, we have spectacular waterfront and view homesites ranging from five thousand square feet to over one acre with panoramic vistas of the lake and mountains. Dover Bay’s carefully designed waterfront community provides a magnificent natural setting during all four seasons with an unmatched array of amenities. These include more than 9 miles of trails along the water and through natural preserves, an exceptional community beach, 150-acres of park area, a 274-slip marina, and Marina Village featuring a market, café, and fitness club. With a mix of properties, Dover Bay is for anyone who enjoys the lake lifestyle and outdoor recreation.

Igloos at Dover Bay

Winter at Dover Bay is even more special when you dine inside one of our outdoor Igloos, located on the deck at Dish Restaurant.  Each one offers a cozy, warm dining experience that provides protection from the snow as well as special food & drinks in a unique outdoor setting.  Booked by reservation for guests aged 21 and over only.

Hours: 5:00-6:30pm, 7:00-8:30pm
Reservations & pre-ordered food & drink required.
Adults only – 21 years +
Non-refundable reservation

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Just minutes from Sandpoint, Idaho, Dover Bay can take you miles away from busy city life. Touted to be the best designed residential waterfront community in the whole state, Dover Bay simply delivers on this promise. – 2009

- Condo Living

Sandpoint’s got some sparkle, “A true gem in this gem state.” – The Greatest Places to Live in the West, 2010

- American Cowboy Magazine

Best Small Town in the West (Sandpoint, Idaho) – 2004

- Sunset Magazine

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