Coeur d'Alene Idaho


Avid birders will enjoy bird viewing on the St. Joe River, which is a great chance to see some of North Idaho’s lesser-known attractions. You will enjoy observing some of the most magnificent bird species in the Pacific Northwest, whether you are an experienced ornithologist or a newbie bird-watcher.

Springtime along the St. Joe River is one of the best seasons to observe birds. Many of the winter birds have not yet left, and species that have moved south are beginning to return to Idaho in preparation for the warmer months ahead of us. The Northwest sheds its winter coat and comes back to life from April through June, and you may witness an incredible diversity of birds – as well as other species.


Take in the scenery from the water, as it is the most picturesque. Coeur d’Alene Cruises offers a weekly trip of the St. Joe River, complete with skilled operators who will ensure that you get the most out of your time on the water! Listen to birdcalls and observe birds in their natural environment while you cruise along in silence. Osprey nesting on pillars along the river and other stunning vistas are frequently seen to cruisers.


Guests can enjoy a meal of local delicacies offered halfway during the cruise, which takes place every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


The Spokane River will be home to a new cruise starting in June. We’re bringing it back because it was so popular last summer. Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., this three-hour cruise will take you around the city.

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