Rexford was originally located on the Kootenai River, but when 420-foot-high Libby Dam was built in the 1970s, thus turning the Kootenai River into Lake Koocanusa, Rexford moved two miles inland. Today, this tiny town of 100 residents swells to many hundreds more during the summer months, as campers, boaters, swimmers, and fishers (inclusive) enjoy the pristine waterfront.
The town is off Highway 37, about eight miles west of Eureka. Watch for a blinking yellow light and a sign pointing out a road to your right. The center of Rexford is the EZ-K RV Park next to which is the wonderfully quaint Frontier Bar, with substantial food, a full bar, and casino from 11:00 am to very late every day. Nearby are beaches, campgrounds, boat launches, and entertainment venues.
Rexford Bench Campground is a popular destination for boating, fishing and swimming on Lake Koocanusa, and hiking in the surrounding forest, located off the road that leads into Rexford._Mariners Haven Campground is south of Rexford and at the entrance of Abayance Bay Marina, which features 192 fully supported boat slips as well as a growing entertainment venue.
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