Coeur d'Alene Idaho


1.) Take a look at one (or more) of our numerous lakes!
Lake Coeur d’Alene is a body of water in northern Idaho.

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Multiple lakes can be found in the vicinity, ranging from the extremely crowded to the quite tranquil. It doesn’t matter if you want to relax and sunbathe or go swimming, water skiing, kayaking, parasailing, people watching, and the list goes on! On the Spokane River, which flows into Lake Coeur d’Alene, there is even whitewater rafting, and there are various different companies – such as ROW Adventures – that can help you have an unforgettable experience. Inform them that we referred you!

2.) Car d’Lane is a type of automobile.

Car d’Lane Car Show is a car show that takes place in the middle of a parking lot.


(Photo courtesy of The Looney Team)


Car d’Lane is our spectacular automobile display! It all kicks off on Friday night with a classic automobile cruise through downtown. Take note of the many types of automobiles that pass by, some of them are even spewing flames! The celebrations continue on Saturday, when you can stroll through the auto show, peer under the hoods of some of the vehicles, visit some local vendors, and sample some of the best cuisine in downtown. After you’ve finished with the vehicle show, there’s the yearly pinup contest to look forward to.

3.) Zipline through the sky at high speeds.

In North Idaho, there is a zipline.


(Photo courtesy of Silver Streak Zipline)


There are a number of different zipline companies in the area, offering a variety of different levels of difficulty and intensity. There are a variety of options available for everyone, whether you’re seeking for an adrenaline rush or something a little more gentle on the heart. Tree to Tree, located in the mountains above Athol, Idaho, is a fantastic family-friendly destination.

In addition, visit various historic locations.

Cataldo Mission (Cataldo’s Mission)


(Photo courtesy of Scenic USA)


There are a plethora of historical sites to see in North Idaho. The Cataldo Mission, located in Old Mission State Park in Cataldo, as well as the Sunshine silver and Crystal gold mines in Kellogg, are rich in historical significance. Guided tours will provide you with an insider’s perspective on some of the most interesting things to view as well as a fascinating history lesson!

Five.) A delightful afternoon tea with the ladies.

The Roosevelt Inn serves high tea on Fridays and Saturdays.


(Photo courtesy of The Roosevelt Inn)


After a long day of sight-seeing or shopping in downtown, a relaxing afternoon at The Roosevelt Inn is a lovely way to unwind. Take two hours to relax, sip a cup of tea, and nibble on a selection of delectable treats prepared by the Inn’s culinary team. It’s a wonderful way to spend quality time with friends or family members. Bring something to eat!

The sixth event is Art on the Green and the CdA Street Fair.

Art on the Green is an ongoing project.


(Photo courtesy of The Inlander)


In fact, it’s one of the most important community meetings in the area! The annual art show has been held on the North Idaho College campus for more than 50 years, and it is a wonderful opportunity to locate the ideal piece of art for your house or to catch up with friends. Perhaps you’d like to simply stroll about and take in the sights, listen to one of the many musical acts, watch a play, or simply purchase some food from one of the several vendors. As soon as you have finished touring the campus, you can go down the road – or take advantage of the free shuttle service – to the downtown street fair, where you will discover hundreds of different booths with exhibitors, food, and other attractions.

the Kootenai County Farmers Market (number seven)

Farmers Market in the Kootenai Valley


(Photo courtesy of The Inlander)


Once the Kootenai County Farmers Market opens its doors in mid-May, it is a must-visit for anybody looking for fresh vegetables, a variety of baked foods, and artisanal goods. Check out the items every Saturday morning from 9am-1pm in Hayden, on the corner of Prairie Ave and Highway 95, and every Wednesday evening from 4pm-6:30pm on 5th Street in Downtown CdA, if you’re in the area. We are enormous fans of the freshly made pies, the freshly baked bread, the veggies, the flowers, the… well, actually, we are admirers of everything!

Take a stroll around the Green. 8.)

Golfing in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho


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The best part is that you’re guaranteed (see what we did there?) to select the perfect course for your skill level and preferences. If you’re searching for something with a little extra flair, the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course has the world’s first floating green, which is a great place to start. Get your golf clubs and your golfing shoes ready, and go on a tour of many different courses in the vicinity.

9.) Take a hike on the trails



Throughout North Idaho, there are hiking paths to explore! Some of them are extremely easy and ideal for taking in the scenery, while others are hard and great for getting a good exercise in. In Priest Lake, near the natural waterslide, one of our favorite treks is up to the top.

10.) Get a hold of the big one!

Idaho is a great place to go fly fishing.


(Photo courtesy of The Spokesman Review)


There are numerous lakes in the vicinity, as well as the Spokane River, as previously mentioned. You can fish from a boat, from a dock, or even with a fly rod. Several bait shops and other sporting goods businesses will be able to supply you with all you need to fulfill your angling fantasies.


Make your summer in North Idaho a great experience, no matter how you choose to spend it! Visit the beautiful state of Idaho!

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