The entrance to Camp Coeur d’Alene is about a mile or so off I-90 on the east side of lake Coeur d’Alene. It is clearly designated where to park your rig for check-in. AND Sasquatch comes out of the woods to greet you.
Our site was a back-in 30AMP and suited us just fine for a few nights.
Campground: Camp Coeur d’Alene
Location: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Site: 21 (back-in)
Services: W/E (30AMP)
Comments: A cute small campground with nice views of the surrounding
The campground is laid out on a slope with tiered sites. The sites appear to be level but there is a slight hill to drive up/down to get to the sites. The center of the campground is where pull thrus (50AMP) are located and the sides are the back-in sites (30AMP).
The tenting area is at the bottom of the hill at the entrance and is along the marsh near the Wolf Lodge Bay of Lake Coeur’d Alene. There are some beautiful shaded tent sites which each have a fence around the site to delineate them. All have views of the water. There is easy access for canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards.
The campground also offers 19 cabins which are located at the top of the hill and looked quaint and charming.
And the park offers free firewood. The firewood pile for the RV sites was located directly across from out site. There was also stacks of firewood in multiple locations for the tenters.
There is a swimming pool behind the office and a few docks to walk out on, sit and enjoy the view, and just relax and watch the non-motorized boaters.
And, yes, we felt like we were at camp!!!