September 4, 2022 - reviewed by Rick N Ro
Now called Camp Coeur d 'Alene. This CG is NOT on the lake.
+ Tent sites are on Wolf Lodge Creek, which drains to the lake.
+ Free firewood!
- RV sites can be hard to back in to for long rigs.
- Yellow Jackets currently a problem.
- Wi-Fi is intermittent.
---- BIG Problem in late summer of 2022 is that the sewer system is awaiting State inspection following spring floods. No sewer or dump station!!
Sites are shady, which means poor Starlink visibility.
July 14, 2022 - reviewed by MJG
Super Tight Pull Thru Sites
Very tight spots for RV in pull thru spots. Don’t plan on using your awning if someone is next you. Good luck if you have slide outs on both sides. Storage bay access is hard to get to as well because of the retaining wall. For the price it’d be nice to use all the facilities of my RV. Wifi network doesn’t even show up. If you still have gas in your rig, drive on.
June 29, 2021 - reviewed by Teresa
A delightful camp ground in a rustic setting. The sites are level and plenty of room for an RV. There are also cabins and tent sites. There is plenty of free fire wood and great fire pits. They have free canoes and life jackets. The pool is clean .There is free coffee in the morning and a outside kitchen for campers to use. There are large outside sinks for dish washing.
The desk is very helpful and polite.
I would give it 5 stars except the sewage system was down. They are working on it, but until it is fixed there is not use of sewer or dumping. There is public dumping close by. The BRs and showers are clean.
Yes I would return and stay longer.
June 11, 2021 - reviewed by Lisa
Beautiful Campground But Tight Spaces
This was a beautiful and very well maintained campground. It is built into the side of a small canyon, so is very picturesque, but site options for larger pull-through RVers is a bit limited. Our slot was ok for one night - just didn’t have much room to spread out and our view was the side of our RV. They have very limited sites for larger pull through RVs, and we probably got the worst one. Other large RVs had a bit more space. Other than that - the campground is really beautiful. The tent spaces are awesome! And cabin rentals as well. And very nice spaces for smaller RVs. Lots of common areas, with a beautiful pavilion for cooking for those staying in tents or cabins. Very easy access to water and canoes/life jackets to use. Very nice access to hiking trails from the campground. Did not use wifi or bathrooms, so cannot comment on that.
May 13, 2020 - reviewed by Soxandsnips
Beautiful area, friendly staff, nice long pull through sites(a Little narrow), good facilities. Easy access from I-90 but far enough away to kill the road noise.
May 15, 2019 - reviewed by Our Grand Tour
Loved This Place
Camp Coeur d’Alene hits all the right notes. It isn’t a bargain but it delivers with nice quiet sites, good WiFi in a beautiful setting. It’s definitely worth the price.
June 12, 2018 - reviewed by Jess and Drew
This is our first time in Idaho and originally we were just going to pass through on our way to Yellowstone but after getting checked in and being here a night we decided to stay for another night. It’s beautifully kept, they offer free firewood so we roasted veggie dogs dinner that were amazing. There are 2 Paddleboats available for free to use on the little marsh pond at the camp. The sunsets are gorgeous, it’s very pet friendly, the sites can be a little tricky to get into so if you’re alone with a bigger rig, ask for someone to watch your back. It’s quiet and the staff is so kind and helpful. There are also little cabins to rent if needed, a pool, free showers and every site has a picnic table and fire pit. I highly recommend this camp to anyone!
June 10, 2018 - reviewed by Joe Kiley
Excellent as of June 2018! We grabbed an electric/water back in for our Casita. Beautiful location, clean bathroom and shower facilities, laundry, camp kitchen and FREE FIREWOOD. Complimentary canoe for lake, very dog friendly. Great deal and close to town to take advantage of that. Super close to Mineral Ridge hike that is spectacular.
August 9, 2017 - reviewed by Palamity
Great quiet location. Easy access to activities in town and freeway. Our experience with bathroom facilities was positive. Clean and neat at all times.
Downside - no cable. Extremely poor wifi. Pool unopened due to construction. And who charges $2.50 to wash a load of clothes??!! Sites are extremely tight. Buyer beware. No store or any type of grocery items.
July 20, 2017 - reviewed by Des
Beautiful Location, Yet So-so
The RV sites are level and plenty long for our 30 ft 5th wheel and truck. The campground is nestled up the slope of the mountain, so the canground is surrounded by beautiful pines. Most of the sites are terraced and tricky to get into, but awkwardly manageable. The staff is very friendly. Each campsite was also given a fire pit and picnic table. We paid $44 for the site; which the app does not properly represent for hook-ups.
Here are the downsides of our experince: the pool wasn't operating, water in the showers seemed to stop working after 9pm (I don't know if the problem was more than that since we were using our self-contained water for everything else), what is shown on the map as some kind of volleyball court is non-existent, and the pictures that are shown in this app as a dock with boats also does not exist. Yes, there are two paddle boats and one canoe that can be used on a first-come-first-served basis in the marshy waters they have for a kind of pond.
May 4, 2017 - reviewed by SLB
Stsyed here to days in May 2017. Park is very nice, owners are new and cant do enough to make your stay any better. Its OFF the interstate and thats a great thing. (No road noise). Park is located in a small mountain valley on the East end of the lake town is 10 miles away. Greats trees, grass, kids can run and play and parents not worry about traffic. Full services, and yes a swiming pool. Level lots.
August 13, 2016 - reviewed by Elisabethos
Great Spot, Nice Mgmt!
Pleasantly surprised by this place! Clearly new owners/mgt have been doing a lot of work to improve a place that was closed for awhile. more work ahead, but are definitely on the right track! Friendly staff too. Were lucky they had spots on a thursday, called only hours before rolling in, but recommend advance reservations here as this place is only going to get more popular with the positive reviews flowing in. There's a great hillside site past cabins #8,9,10 with panoramic view of lake, but it's not officially numbered or on the map, but wasnt in use so we walked up there with the dog. Could be the best site on property! Wish we could have stayed longer, but didn't plan our trip well, so next time will stay longer for sure!.
July 23, 2016 - reviewed by Zalch7
Very well taken care of and had a lot to offer for a smaller price. Had paddle boating and a canoe that is offered to guests to use at their own leisure. Facilities were very clean and great showers. Must stay if passing through this area!
July 22, 2016 - reviewed by J Hooks
Stayed there 2 nights and on the way to Glacier. Friendly staff and wide sites. Chris will keep refilling the wood for campfire for free! Very clean restrooms.
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Jake And Lynelle Urlache
Excellent place to camp! Nice big sites, free clean showers and bathrooms, close to the freeway, and the beautiful Lake Cordillera.
June 25, 2016 - reviewed by R&R Travelers
One Of The Best
My husband & I really enjoyed our stay here at Ceour d'Alene. It was clean, friendly, and rustic atmosphere, which we like. We would come back again when we are in this area.
July 11, 2015 - reviewed by Ps17