Awake to nature in Coeur d’Alene as spring flowers bloom and fill the air with their fragrance. Enjoy fishing, biking, hiking, and bird watching in an unhurried atmosphere, or take a nature walk through the woods in search of the elusive morel mushroom. Fresh air, strolls along the edge of the lake, and taking in the local wineries during blossom season are what spring is all about in this region. We highly recommend that you don't miss out on this vibrant and lovely season in Northern Idaho!
Miles of shoreline along the many nearby mountainous lakes provide the perfect backdrop for swimming, sailing, boating, waterskiing, canoeing, kayaking, and charter fishing. Play golf courses with breathtaking views, enjoy a game of tennis, or experience the area’s charming small towns, their art galleries, shops, and award winning restaurants. And of course, don't forget to enjoy some of downtown Coeur d’Alene’s many summer events, or to hike around the infamous Tubb’s Hill!
Stroll or drive the countryside for a quiet weekend escape while experiencing rolling hills and picturesque views as the leaves turn a spectrum of colors. Savor the flavor by dining at one of the many exceptional restaurants throughout the area. This stunning time of year is ideal for curling up next to a bonfire, taking in a sunset, and star gazing under the clear dark sky
Experience North Idaho’s winter wonderland as fresh snow blankets the pines and creates an atmosphere for exciting winter activities. Go downhill skiing at one of the many award-winning ski resorts in the area, or cross country and snowshoe for miles through Farragut State Park. Add sledding, skating and ice fishing to that list, and you have one fun vacation! Warm up your evening at a cozy pub or relax fireside in your rental. An enchanting season to visit Coeur d’Alene