As another amazing season at camp comes to a close, it is time to look back on a busy year of guests, camp updates, family reunions, and even a wedding reception!
Memorial Day, often the first really big weekend of the season is now one for the history books. Lucky for us, the camp was full of fabulous campers and happy families celebrating nearly perfect weather.
Everyone loves a one-skillet dinner but this is especially relevant when camping. Ease of prep and ease of clean-up means more time for fun! This is one of our very favorite one-skillet dinners. The recipe is Indian inspired, however, by simply changing up the spices used can lend itself to whatever flavor profile you desire. Chef Asha Gomez has created a nearly perfect camp dinner.
Camp is open and our first guests of the season are heartily embracing all of the amazing changes and updates we’ve put in process.
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 at Camp Coeur d’Alene love the fact that our location just seven miles from CDA, coupled with our beautiful forested setting bordering Wolf Lodge Bay is reason enough to come for a visit. But in addition, we also offer numerous amenities to keep all members of the family happy.
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!
To say the 2017 camp season was enlightening would be an understatement. As we recap the year’s events and plan and plot for 2018, we first need to say a huge THANK YOU to all of our amazing guests. You are all the reason we are here and we couldn’t do it without you.
Fall camping is some of the best out there. Days are often sunny and bright, nights crisp and cool. This fun has been dampened a bit in recent weeks with the stage 2 fire ban in effect. No more. Free firewood once more reigns at Camp Coeur D’Alene!