Date of Stay: July, 2009
A very nice campground. We like campgrounds that are tucked away, and this is one. It is a small campground and very well kept. Everything was clean. The campsites are smaller than that of a resort type place, but nothing that is excessively small. The staff was very nice and helped all campers get into campsites safely. This is no longer a KOA and is called Lake Coeur D' Alene Campground. You get what you see from their website. One problem that we had was wasps, but I found that throughout Idaho. The staff tried to accommodate with wasp traps throughout the campgrounds. We ended up buying one and placing it up at our campsite, they had no problem with that. The other problem was their internet was poor. It was slow and very difficult to connect. We had read previous reviews talking about their internet access, so I did call to confirm that they had internet. They confirmed, and stated that it might depend on the campsite if signal was good. We stayed very close the the clubhouse and could not get service from our campsite, and when we sat right next to clubhouse area the service was very slow.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
An okay campground. Very trendy. Cramped sites, typical of resorts like these. Have to park your car in front of RV in the street, and the place can be very crowded. The waterpark area was fun for the kids, but we went to the big beaches for waves. This is a pricey campground and you can get a hotel for almost the same rate. If it wasn't for the kids wanting to ride their bikes around the area, we probably wouldn't go through the hassle of taking the trailer all the way down there.