Considering a position in Hayden, ID? With a gorgeous landscape, modern amenities, and some of the best weather of the entire west coast, Hayden is a modern paradise, whether you're there for work or pleasure. Sandwiched between Washington and Montana, you get all the location benefits of Washington, with the low taxes and low cost of living of a more midwestern state.
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While the winters occasionally dip below freezing, you're typically looking at an average temperature between 35 and 45 degrees Fahrenheit in the cold months, and a mild 70 to 80 degrees during the summer. Rain and snowfall are fairly average for the US, with some summer months having as few as three days of precipitation.
Hayden's average rent for a one bedroom apartment is just $750 dollars, and while home prices are roughly on par with the national average, the lower property taxes and transportation costs make up for the higher mortgage (should you be looking for a long-term place to settle down). Utilities are almost 20% below the national average, due to the more mild weather, and the low risk of natural disaster makes some insurances more affordable.
Whether you're looking to sit down and enjoy a gourmet steak dinner at a fine dining restaurant or sink your teeth into a fresh, all-american burger while cheering on your favorite team at one of the many sports bars, Hayden has you covered. Capone's Pub and Grill is one of the most popular restaurants in Hayden, with good service, and great food, and if you're looking for Italian, Japanese, Korean, or Mexican, phenomenal options for each can be found along Hayden's main street (with one of our favorites being Young Shin's Famous Korean).
Whether you're looking to try skydiving or axe throwing, Hayden has something for you, and right towards the southern side of town lies Coeur d'Alene, a city widely regarded as one of the most beautiful areas in the entire United States. With crystal water and clear skies, it's the perfect place to get away for some fishing or hunting. If nothing in Hayden piques your interest, Spokane is just a half an hour drive away, with a massive array of entertainment options ranging from theaters to sports stadiums.
If you're just stopping by for a few days, the Motel 6 and Super 8 have great rates, and a convenient central location in the city (as well as some premium amenities). Should you be looking to spend some more time in the city, there are a variety of extended stay options, ranging from a Comfort Inn to the more affordable Budget Saver Motel. For those travelling by RV, the Coeur d'Alene RV Resort offers reasonable rates and a ton of great amenities including 50 amp electrical hookups.