Coeur d'Alene Things to Do

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    Walk City Park

    by TooTallFinn24 Written Mar 29, 2014

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    Just a few short blocks from the Coeur D Alene Resort lies the very pretty City Park. The park offers a wide range of activities ranging from walking, a nice swim beach, shower and restroom facilities, a bandstand for summer concerts, volleyball and basketball courts, pcinic facilities, The park is kept up and clean. There is a large playground called Fort Sherman a short distance away.

    Even in early fall the park was a nice diversion from a long car ride to Spokane from Washington. Despite a brisk wind we were able to take the perimeter lake trail a fair distance from the parking lot. The Mullen Road Parking Lot, which is located between the Coeur d' Alene resort and City Park offers free parking for visitors.

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    Silverwood Theme Park

    by Xspecht Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Silverwood is just 20 minutes north of Coeur d'Alene on Highway 95. It is a great place to visit when it is open during the summer. The price of admission includes the theme park, as well as Boulder Beach Water Park. We went this past summer and had a great time riding the coasters in the morning and spending the afternoon at the water park. Then we went back and rode some more rides in the evening. It is a great place for Family Fun!

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    Just taking a rest break

    by hindu1936 Written Mar 21, 2009

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    The highway from Spokane to Coeur D'Alene is pretty busy and demands full attention. there was much construction and where there wasn't, the road was not in great shape. We pulled into CDA pretty early and needed coffee, a rest, and something to eat. We found everything close to the lake. The lake is HUGE! There is a very nice park beside it. The parking lot is free and offers plentiful parking. The town itself was just about as nice as anyone could ask. The museum by the lake near the airplane parking was wonderful and the person working there was very knowledgeble. If I didn't love Oregon so much, I think I would like to live in Coeur d'Alene.

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    Family Fun @ Triple Play!

    by Xspecht Written Dec 28, 2006

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    Triple Play and Holiday Inn Express

    This is an ever-expanding family fun center in Hayde, just north of CDA on Highway 95. Triple Play offers Miniature Golf (Indoor or Outdoor), Bowling, Bumper Boats, Go Karts, Laser Tag, Video Games, a Soft Play playground for the kids, a Climbing Wall, and a snack bar. This is all in addition to the recent addition of Raptor Reef indoor water park. There is also an adjacent Holiday Inn Express for a convenient place to stay, and this is only about 15 minutes from Silverwood Theme Park in Athol. The water park even has a roof that can be opened up on nice summer days. The indoor/outdoor jacuzzi is also a must, especially during the winter! We always make a point of stopping here whatever time of year that we visit.

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    Tubb's Hill

    by hisredhead Written Jan 18, 2006

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    A popular place for an afternoon hike, the hill is scattered with many trails that can lead you to panoramic lake and mountian views. It is also widly used for private swimming holes and "cliff jumping." It is a beautiful place to take your lunch and enjoy some quite in the middle of town.

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  • Tubbs Hill

    by CodyRaynor Written Jan 15, 2005

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    If yours looking to let loose and have some fun then try Tubbs in the summer. The hill off the side of the resort in downtown CdA is the place to be for everyone on a hot day. The rock cliffs hosted by this hill are incrdible. Jumping off these rocks will be an expeirence to remember. Not to mention the trails and caves you will find here.

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    Walk Tubbs Hill.

    by worldzgirl Written Feb 25, 2003

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    It is unappreciated until you actually walk it. The hill can be seen from downtown, but doesn't show it's true self until you are actually there. You can either walk around it in a loop, or over the top. I recommend both, in order to take in the entire hill.

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    Fireworks on Coeur D'Alene...

    by Easty Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Fireworks on Coeur D'Alene Lake
    The fireworks on the 4th of July are spectacular over the lake. We were lucky enough to get a room on the lakeside that night.

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