This lake is a great fishing and kayaking lake, but isn't ideal for swimming due to the natural growth in it. The restroom is not very usable due to poor upkeep. The launch into this lake is gravel and a very shallow launch. Great lake for all types of dinghies, but not so great for sailing due to the natural growth that can foul up the rudder(s). There are no power lines at this launch site. This is a designated "no wake" lake.
Directions: To access Bonner Lake from HWY 2... Head east. After passing through the city of Moyie Springs and the Moyie River bridge watch the left/north side of the road for Old HWY 2 and the sign to Bonner Lake. Once on Old HWY 2, follow it to Bonner Lake road which leads to the lake. Maps: View interactive google map above or visit google.com/maps type in GPS coordinates 48.727941, -116.111913
ACCESSIBILITY: PARKING... Small gravel/dirt/mud parking area; PATHS/TRAILS... No developed paths/trails; RESTROOMS/FACILITIES/SHADE… None. No shade; DOCKS/LAUNCHES/PLATFORMS… No docks/platforms. Single lane gravel/dirt/mud launch at about 3% grade; DIRECT WATER ACCESS… No developed access for wheeled mobility devices; TRANSFER SYSTEMS... None; SENSORY... No sensory tactile markers for those with visual and other impairments; CAMPING... No; O.T.H.E.R… Oddities/Barriers: Mud and marine vegetation; Terrain: Level to 3% grades over gravel/dirt surface; H2O/Water: Water murky. Water temperature in the summer can be around 60 to 70 degree. No Drinking water available; Environmental Conditions: Varies; Resources: Food, drinks, and gas in town of Moyie Springs, ID.