Here at camp, we love nothing more than days spent watching our guests enjoy themselves at camp. This year, in particular, family reunions are proving to be extremely popular and in the season ahead the campground will be filled with campers, young and old, experiencing memories that will last a lifetime.
We frequently tout our status as a “destination campground” but what does this really mean? With no Webster’s definition to be found, I offer you our opinion about how we feel here at Camp Coeur D’Alene.
Winter stillness has taken over camp and snow blankets the landscape. This season has brought record numbers of eagles to the region and locals are gathered around fireplaces dreaming of spring.
Here at Camp Coeur D’Alene, we know that a huge part of our appeal lies in our location. Situated on the calm waters of Wolf Lodge Bay we are surrounded by the stunning beauty and nature that comes with it. However, for those looking for action in the surrounding area, we are also set just seven miles east of the lovely community of Coeur D’Alene!
For guests looking to do a bit of hiking, Camp Coeur D’Alene is a splendid location. Not only do we have a tough climb to the ridge above camp, but for an easier hike close to camp it doesn’t get much better than Mineral Ridge.