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.
Summertime is coming and the livin’ is easy! Long days, starry nights, and camp cooking are what we dream of during the cold days of winter. With the camp opening in a short time, our attention returns to all of the delicious meals we’ll create and burgers are an enduring favorite.
One of the things that makes camping so magical is that we are removed from the artificial light of our day-to-day existence and our body clocks can settle back into a natural rhythm. People who munch a granola bar while sitting in traffic suddenly rise with the sun and embrace the idea of a breakfast that sets the tone for the day ahead. Pancakes and eggs and bacon are hard to beat. But for this season maybe consider one of our favorite one-pot breakfast: Chilaquiles!
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.
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!
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.