is yours to explore
Coeur d’Alene is a warm and vibrant community surrounded by forest and perched on the north shore of the lake that shares its name. As a top destination in the Northwest, CDA is known for its abundance of year-round experiences, from renowned restaurants, tasting rooms, and breweries, to shopping, activities, arts, and events.
Spring comes to life with a weekly Farmer’s Market, Art Walk, and Wine Extravaganza. It’s also the ideal time to visit one of the area’s indoor water parks or Tubbs Hill, a 120-acre waterfront preserve located right in downtown.
North Idaho summers are ideal for a carriage ride or a tour of the galleries and cafes along Sherman Avenue, Coeur d’Alene’s main street. The event schedule is highlighted by outdoor concerts, the 4th of July Parade and festivities, the annual Half IRONMAN competition, and the Coeur d’Fondo, a spirited bicycle ride around the lake. And don’t forget the Northwest’s largest theme park, Silverwood, is just up the road.
Fall welcomes more fun with the annual Crit Fest, Oktoberfest celebration, downtown trick-or-treating, and of course, wine sampling for the holidays.
Winter heats up with the start of Coeur d’Alene’s Christmas Lighting Ceremony, including a parade and fireworks, and continues through the season with shopping, live performing arts, and seasonal menus from local restaurants and breweries. Popular winter destinations nearby include Silver Mountain Resort to the east in Kellogg, and Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort to the north in Sandpoint.
Coeur d’Alene is also home to essential services, including medical facilities routinely ranked as a leader in health care by patients, peers, and national organizations.
See the Coeur d’Alene event calendar here.
THE WATER IS ALWAYS CALLING
LAKE COEUR D’ALENE–ONE OF THE FIVE MOSTNational Geographic
BEAUTIFUL LAKES IN THE WORLD.
Lake Coeur d’Alene is the envy of the Northwest and beyond. The beauty of its clear water and its vast shoreline make it ideal for relaxing and recreating. From boating, canoeing, and kayaking, to fishing, and yes, even scuba-diving, adventures of every kind await.
Play a round of golf in the morning and then head to the lake for an afternoon of boating or water sports. When the angling urge strikes, the fish are always biting in the waters teeming with Bronzebacks, Bucketmouths, Chinook Salmon, Cutthroat Trout, and Northern Pike. Your every bait and tackle need can be met in Coeur d’Alene, along with guides to lead your next expedition.
The Lakehouse at Rock Creek is your connection to the water. With on-property access to Lake Coeur d’Alene for members and their guests, The Lakehouse is a wonderful place to begin or finish a day out on the water.