The Priest Lake Museum Association
PO Box 44, Coolin, ID 83821
Property of the Priest Lake Museum. View of
the Old East Side Road in 1925.
Host volunteers are needed for the 2011 season. If you are
interested in hosting at the museum, please indicate so on the
downloadable form located below, or contact the Volunteer
Host Coordinator at 208-443-0210 or 509-993-4445.
Volunteers are also needed to transcribe oral history
recordings, help with our collection management system and
help in the nature garden. If you would like to volunteer please
indicate so on the downloadable form below or contact a
museum board member.
Your memberships help to preserve and present the
historical legacy of this scenic regions; and they support the
Museum's on-going efforts to provide exhibits, photo
collection and oral histories which educate, enrich and
entertain residents and visitors. Please see the downloadable
THE PRIEST LAKE MUSEUM
We are always looking to build our collection of images
and archives here at the museum. If you have early
photographs of the Priest Lake area or archives associated
with the area, please let us know. Please call, email, or write to
the Priest Lake Museum Association and describe your
photographs in general terms. Do not send photographs in
the mail. Please see the downloadable form located below.
Priest Lake Museum Association * 208-443-2676 * 38 Priest Lake Museum Rd, Priest Lake, ID 83856
Since the inception of the Priest Lake Museum, one
of its missions has been to accumulate and preserve oral
interviews conducted with our area's unique 'Old Timers' -
and to make them available to scholars and the general public
alike. If you, or someone you know, has a story to tell about
the area's history, please contact the Museum using the
downloadable form located above.
There are many different ways to support the Priest Lake Museum. Please consider helping us
fulfill our mission through volunteering, membership, and or donation. Thank you!
Property of the Priest Lake Museum. Gibson,
a Blister Rust Crew member, learning to
waterski at Hills Resort in 1954.