Fall is our favorite time of year here at Camp Coeur D’Alene! After a smoky couple of weeks the skies are clear and the air vibrant and fragrant with the hint of fall. The already stunning landscape becomes even more stunning with the addition of changing leaves against the beautiful blue sky.
Here at camp, we appeal to a wide variety of guests. By offering everything from tent sites to RV spots to cabins nearly everyone finds a sweet spot to call home for a bit. One thing we did not have to offer was a slightly more rustic tent camping experience, thus the initiation of rustic camping Camp Coeur D’Alene style.
The harsh winter of 2016-2017 wreaked havoc on the tiles surrounding Camp Coeur D’Alene’s swimming pool. Days and weeks went by as we waited on contractors and anxiously fretted about it getting completed in time for guests to enjoy it.
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People who love their dogs LOVE their dogs. As an integral part of the family pack, fur babies can bring so much joy to our lives. Here at Camp Coeur D’Alene, one thing we strive for us to live up to our reputation as the “friendliest dog camping in the country”.
One of the true joys of so many of life’s best memories comes from dining al fresco. Whether with your toes in the sand on a Mexican beach, in a candlelit square in Italy, or under the stars at camp. There is just something magical about eating outside.
Perhaps it is the connection to nature. Perhaps the fresh air further whets the appetite. Whatever the reasoning, most things just taste better when eaten outdoors.
First off, we want to thank all of the fantastic guests who have been flocking to our camp these last weeks. This year is starting off with a bang and, in spite of the on and off weather, we’re seeing big numbers. Nothing makes us happier than seeing kids running to the lake, dog playing, and campfires burning into the night.