Naples, Idaho

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Coordinates: 48°34′19″N 116°23′41″W / 48.57194°N 116.39472°W / 48.57194; -116.39472

Naples is a small unincorporated community in Boundary County, Idaho, United States. It lies 11 miles (18 km) south of the city of Bonners Ferry on U.S. Routes 2/95 in the Rocky Mountains.

Naples is near the land features of Caribou Ridge and Ruby Creek.

The Ruby Ridge standoff of 1992 happened near to the city.

The name derives from the area in Italy which was home to many of the laborers who helped build the first rail line through the region around 1890.

The City of Naples, About 22.9 mi north of Sandpoint, ID (the nearest majorly known city) is a very small city, almost looking like a village. it primarily consists of a K-5 school system, the Naples General Store which also serves as the Post Office, a bar, and a lumber plant. It is located off of the Old Highway 98 that runs through north Idaho.