Camping near Coeur d'Alene

Camp near Coeur d’Alene for treetop adventures and lakeside serenity.

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Wolf Lodge Campground

91 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Coeur D'alene, ID
WOLF LODGE CAMPGROUND We are a people-oriented campground located just east of beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene in North Idaho, with creek access to the lake. Whether you are a family or only one person, we are here to make your stay at Wolf Lodge Campground an enjoyable occasion. Come and relax in this beautiful, fun, and friendly environment. We are surrounded by mountains in a wooded setting. Our RV sites are shaded and grassy with spacious long-level pull-thru and nice private back-in sites up against the mountain. All of our tent sites are grassy, many are shaded by the creek. We have five unique rustic cabins, each with its own special features. Whether you are just passing through or planning to visit for a week or two, we invite you to "Come on By"... We are looking forward to hosting you and making your stay with us a memorable one! There are many fun complimentary activities available and many things to do right at the campground or within a very short distance. We offer canoe and kayak rentals for a relaxing paddle down the creek, which meanders through some very pretty scenery all the way out to the lake. A large grassy playground is available for children of all ages, and a fully fenced doggy park for the 4 legged ones. We also set up and host a nightly group campfire for roasting s'mores, or just visiting with your fellow campers. Check out our amenities listed below: Spacious grassy area for various games such as lawn bowling, corn hole, soccer, etc. Fenced-in dog park A unique camp store that offers groceries, snacks, ice cream, sodas, souvenirs, gifts, supplies, firewood, and ice (no alcohol or tobacco) Nightly group campfire (weather permitting), where you can enjoy making s'mores or bring a cocktail and socialize with other campers Private campfires are available only at tent sites and tent trailer sites; propane fire pits are allowed at RV sites. Recently renovated and expanded restrooms and showers, which are very clean and ADA-compliant. Free Wi-Fi is available, with a good signal at most sites (not recommended for streaming TV). Good satellite signal at most sites, but no cable hookups. Two playgrounds for kids of all ages. The covered pavilion is available for family gatherings. Horseshoe pits, shuffleboard, basketball hoop, and volleyball court. Laundry room with new front-loading machines. Lake Coeur D'Alene is located within 2 miles of the campsite. Swimming is allowed in the creek, but there is no lifeguard on duty. Fishing is allowed in the creek, but it is catch-and-release only. Rentals are available for canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, float tubes, three-wheeled fun cycles, and a Bayliner Capri speed boat for lake fun.
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Hidden Acres Orchards

14 sites · RVs, Tents65 acres · Green Bluff, WA
I'm a 3rd generation farmer, working the same land as my father and grandfather. Hidden Acres Orchards is a 60 acre, u-pick fruit, vegetable, and flower farm. Camp within the luscious fruit tree rows, in the middle of a vibrant pumpkin patch or even in the petting zoo! Animals welcome! IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO KNOW: We are a real working farm, not like a romanticized IG version of a farm. There are tractors running, sprayers making applications, farm animals loudly enjoying life, day customers picking fruit, and farmers about early in the morning. With that being said, we understand that experience may not be to everyone's liking. Be aware that if you do decide to camp here be ready for a real farm adventure! Another little tidbit: to grow food, we try to maximize the amount of sun it receives- SHADE IS VERY LIMITED. ALL CAMPSITES ARE U-PICK, there are no designated spots. Let your creativity shine and choose as dope a spot as you like! If you're scared of driving off a paved road or frightened by the natural world we suggest glamping at another lovely Green Bluff location. Winter camping is available, please note we typically receive a lot of snow. Early spring is the extreme mud season, please be cautious of our soft ground and stick to the roads. July-August can get very dry some years, which means the grass goes dormant and dust starts to fly. MAX STAY IS 14 DAYS.
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Riverview Woodland Retreat - CDA

1 site · RV1 acre · Coeur D'alene, ID
Wake up to picturesque views of the beautiful Spokane river and Rathdrum mountains, while staying only 15 minutes from both downtown Coeur D Alene and Post Falls. Our secondary lot offers a scenic plot, removed from town but within easy driving distance of local activities and restaurants. You will park next to our shop, which offers privacy from the road, but please take note of its placement in our photos to ensure that will work for your stay. We offer year round electrical hook-ups, and fresh water in Spring, Summer and Fall (the pipes are winterized from approximately the end of October-March, depending on the snow season). While there is only 1 electrical hook-up, there is space for an additional vehicle, and options for parking locations if electrical is not required. During your stay, keep an eye out for our neighborhood moose family, our year-round resident bald eagle, and our many deer, quail, and turkey friends. Winter camping is available, but please note that we can receive large amounts of snow. Please reach out with any questions! Quick references - 5 miles to downtown Coeur D Alene 7 miles to Post Falls 4 miles to the nearest boat launch (Blackwell Island Recreation Area) NO RIVER ACCESS! But beautiful views abound :)
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Glacial Ridge RV Park

3 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Hayden Lake, ID
In the forest on a small 10 acre farm. Lots of shade from hundreds of pinetrees. Private property feels remote but only 15-20 minutes to town, 20 minutes to lakes, 12 minutes to Silverwood Theme Park, and about 25 minutes North of Coeur D'Alene. Raspberries, blackberries, jostaberries, all sorts of different berry bushes growing. Chickens, Ducks, turkeys and Nigerian dwarf goats. Picnic area & hiking paths for beautiful nature walks. Please ask for directions Google maps gives the wrong directions
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Paradise on Mirror Lake

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Sagle, ID
*** Voted BEST Hipcamp in Idaho 2022 - 2024 *** Like a postcard photograph, our Hipcamp is perched up about 50 feet over Mirror Lake, sitting in a mountain bowl on one end of the lake. Campers will have gorgeous views and sunsets over the lake. Fishing, swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, sailing, hiking and wildlife watching abound. The campsite is off-the-beaten path so you'll be away from the crowds, yet the site is still close to other area attractions like Lake Pend Oreille (10 min. drive), charming downtown Sandpoint (15 min. drive) & Silverwood Theme Park (30 min. drive). The beauty and allure of Mirror Lake led to it being featured in two Hollywood movies -- Dante's Peak (1997) and Mel (1998). The lake itself is excellent for fishing, and stocked with Kokanee, Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Cutthroat Trout. Swimming in nearby Talache Landing (a.k.a. Talache Beach) on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille is an absolute must-do. The views are absolutely stunning and the water is crystal clear -- and quite refreshing on a hot day. Fishing is best done in a canoe or small boat which can be put in at our campground dock (free) or at the nearby public boat ramp ($5 fee). Fishing off of the campground dock is also a possibility but beware that lily pads are prevalent. Please obey all of the camp rules which are listed on the laminated brochure at the campground entrance. The most important campground rule is leaving the campground just as you found it. This means packing out all trash to prevent wildlife from visiting our campground! A bit of history... In 2021, the campsites were graveled and graded, each with their own picnic table and fire pit. A mulch tent pad was added to Campsites C & D. An on-site portable toilet was also installed at this time. In 2022, 50-30-20-Amp electric pedestals for camper and RV use were installed in campsites B and C/D. (Electric fee may apply -- please ask Host.) Also, a sand tent pad was installed in campsite F. In 2023 a brand-new 70' elevated nature-walk & dock were installed on the lakefront. In campsite E, a mulch tent pad was installed. Also, an interactive "Enchanted Forest" was added to the campground, which lights up a night to reveal all of the woodland creatures that live there! (Kids love this!) In 2024, a small lakefront cabin was added down by the dock at Campsite A. An "Amenities Shed" full of several camping games like horseshoes, bocce, and corn hole was also added by the Port-A-Potty. In 2025, a well & pump will be installed, allowing campers to fill up with potable water within steps of each campsite. Also, a new grass beach will be created by the dock, which will be great for picnicking. As the host for this campground, I do not live on-site. You may reach me anytime before, during, or after your stay via phone, text or Hipcamp messenger. I almost always respond within a few minutes. Detailed directions, and camp information will be sent to every booked guest 48 hours prior to their arrival. When selecting your campsite, please take note of the following: Best lake views: Campsite A, C and D. (Campsites E & F have limited lake views) Easiest RV access: Campsite B. Most private: Campsite B or Campsites E & F when booked together. Most shade: Campsites E & F. Sunniest: Campsite B. Electric access: Campsites B, C & D. (C & D share a power pedestal.) Nearest to Port-a-Potty: Campsite E. Nearest to lake: Campsite A. Best for large parties: Book Campsites C & D together (for larger RV camping parties) or book Campsites E & F together (for larger tent camping parties).
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Former Bison Ranch south of Spokane

5 sites · RVs15 acres · Greenacres, WA
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Triple M Camp

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents18 acres · Rathdrum, ID
Triple M Camp is an 18-acre summer camp property with cabins, dining hall and commercial kitchen, located on Upper Twin Lake, ID. There are 6 cabins, situated conveniently between the cabins is the restroom with 6 showers, sinks and toilets, 3 per gender. The Pavilion, a large covered concrete area, is a short walk from the restrooms. Behind the cabins are two large grass fields. Between them is a firepit with raised benches and another firepit with a stage and seating. Next to the firepits and field is a large play structure and rock-climbing wall. Past the fields are walking/snowshoeing trails and camp sites. The camp is not directly on the lake, but above it for stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Across Twin Lakes Road and down an inclined dirt path is the 250ft sandy beach. Bring a kayak or boat to explore the shores on the opposite side of the upper lake or venture through the shallow canal to the lower lake for more boating opportunities. Apologetically, the docks are unavailable for mooring water toys. There are many other activities nearby Twin Lakes. Just down the road is the Twin Lakes Village Golf Course. The popular tourist town Coeur d’ Alene, ID and Silverwood Theme Park are 30 minutes away. Not to mention several other lakes within 30 minutes.
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Mountaintop Paradise Glamping

4 sites · Tents20 acres · Coeur D'alene, ID
Updated: March 2024. We live on a pretty farm outside of town on a mountain. Our reservations are by request only. If you're new to Hipcamp (just signed up/no reviews/never been on a trip), please tell us something about you and why you'd like to stay at our farm. We open for the season Memorial day weekend. Un-fun part: We are unable to accommodate pets. No check-ins after dark. No motorcycles and nothing with a generator. It's very quiet here at night. We think you'll really enjoy your stay here, and we can't wait to meet you!
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Poleline Pines

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Post Falls, ID
Easy access from I 90 but not nearly close enough to hear it. Campsite sits 500-600 feet off a county road with a easy driveway and plenty of turn around space. It's a basically level area with several options for how to park. Large pine trees provide shade but let plenty of light through. There is filtered road noise, but the crickets and coyotes are the main thing you'll hear at night.
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Camp Thistledoo

3 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Hayden Lake, ID
Nice quiet property with paved road all the way to it. We have large parking areas and two great RV sized spots. Diesel pusher to tent... We can accommodate. This is primitive camping. There are no hook-ups so it is dry camping. You can run your generator. Central fire pit and camp fires welcome when there are no fire restrictions. You can walk or ride 1.5 miles to the water or drive 10 miles to the public beach on beautiful Hayden lake. 10 miles to town and all paved. No trespassing signs are for anyone not renting the space... not for you :)
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Harrison Bluffs Lakeside Camping

5 sites · Tents4 acres · Harrison, ID
Reserve Your Summertime Campsite Now Before It's Too Late! 50% Off with Code H2XUUAMB at Checkout for a Limited Time! Welcome families & friends! Our site offer picturesque views of Lake Coeur d'Alene that will be sure to impress! Within minutes you can reach the charming town of downtown Harrison as well as the 'Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes' bike trail. Bring your family, your tent and your bikes. We'll see you there! Bring your binoculars because there is endless wildlife to see here. Songbirds, bald eagles and deer are plentiful. Tall, thin trees surround you to give you that forest feel without compromising the view. The lots are equipped with leveled parking spaces for your vehicle, so you can pull right up to your spot.
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Little Bear Ranch

5 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Athol, ID
Because of property abuse we will not accept any kind of trailer on then site. the only place for vehicles is in the circular drive or at the camp site only. DRIVING INTO THE FIELD IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB THE BLUEBIRD BOXES! THEY WILL ABANDON THE NEST IF BOTHERED!!! CAMP AT YOUR OWN RISK! THERE IS NO FIREWOOD ON SITE. THE PARK OFFICE HAS WOOD AS DOES SUPER 1 FOOD STORE. Be sure to check out our TIPI 4 Two.......Please ask if You want to reserve the tipi! GOOGLE: @LBRCARAVELLE For our face book page. We have hosted weddingS and family reunions too! THE BIG ROCK IN THE MIDDLE IS NOT A CAMP SITE! WE HAVE ADDED A 4th CAMPSITE!! it is a Tipi away from everybody else. Check it out its pretty cool! We let the grass grow tall on the property as it acts as a weed block.....we have spent hundreds of dollars and still spend a lot of time spraying and pulling weeds. Pitch your tent in a secluded cove of pines. Fresh well water within short walking distance (20 yds). Community covered patio with grilling available. LBR is primarily a tent camping campground. There are also many moles so the ground can be a bit bumpy. WE DO NOT ACCEPT R’V’s or campers larger than a camper van. 4 people per site, 6 max per site but that is $5 per person extra.  little town of Bayview has a good restaurant Captains Wheel. 5 miles east on HWY 54. Something new near us! There is a new Super 1 foods grocery store with an Ace hardware store complex just after you turn off HWY 95 to come to LBR. NEW! Sweet Lou's BBQ Pit at Athol Crossings next to the Super 1. You can get all your food needs and many of your camping needs there. This will be very helpful to all our guests.
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Camping near Coeur d'Alene guide

Overview

Coeur d’Alene and its surrounding areas promise striking beauty for campers seeking an escape into nature. Farragut State Park is full of disc golf and treetop adventure courses in scenic forested landscapes, as well as overnight stays at on-site RV and tent campsites. The sparkling waters of Lake Coeur d’Alene entice anglers with opportunities to reel in kokanee and chinook salmon. To the south, Heyburn State Park enchants with rustic cabins and charming waterfront cottages. Enjoy biking? Then don’t miss a cycle on the 24-mile North Idaho Centennial Trail.

Where to go

Farragut State Park

With hundreds of individual campsites for RVs and tents, plus cabins and group camps, Farragut State Park in Coeur d’Alene Mountains boasts an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities. Tree to Tree is a zipline park with wild swings and treetop rope courses for adventurers ages six and up. Farragut is also home to several disc golf courses, from Little Black Bear for beginners to Cutthroat for more experienced players. After a day in the trees, park at one of the many RV campsites in Farragut that have water and electricity hookups, plus shared showers with modern restrooms.

Heyburn State Park

The oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest, Heyburn State Park features Chatcolet, Benewah, and Hidden Lakes for terrific fishing, boating, and water sports. The meandering St. Joe River is another option for kayaking or canoeing past towering Ponderosa pine trees and flower-filled meadows. Spend the night amongst the trees at cottage and cabin rentals that offer comfortable amenities like furnished kitchens, charcoal grills, and outdoor picnic tables. Or go to a lakeside tent and RV campground near children’s playgrounds and indoor shower facilities.

Coeur d'Alene National Forest

Head deep into the woods at Coeur d’Alene National Forest, part of Idaho Panhandle National Forests. Explore the lush evergreen mountains while keeping an eye out for local wildlife, including woodland caribou, bald eagles, grizzly bears, muskrats, and black-backed woodpeckers. Hike the Bell Bay Trail around Lake Coeur d’Alene, or take a dip in the lake for a refreshing swim. When the day is done, stay at well-appointed campgrounds with drinking water and firepits in wooded valleys near peaceful Beauty Creek.

When to go

Camping near Coeur d’Alene is most comfortable from late spring through early fall, when temperatures hover in the high-50s to low-60s during the day. Watch out for slippery or muddy sections on hiking trails following rainfall or snowmelt. Summer is the busiest and hottest time to visit, with daytime highs approaching the mid-80s, and there are very few rainy days.

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