23 RV Parks near Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Coeur d' Alene. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Coeur d' Alene in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $40.00
This RV park seemed like a glorified parking lot. Tall trees, yes, but piney foliage so high that they provided little shade. Sites very close together and hard to maneuver. The park was located right next to a busy street. No view. Folks that arrived after us were victim of a scheduling snafu and had to be sent away, although they had reservations. The year round residents gave this a shanty-town feeling. - Paul and Jeannette
May 2017 - $24.00
I would have given this park a higher rating, BUT, the pull-through site we got was impossible to turn in to due to the large trees. Fortunately, our neighbor across the drive pulled their truck out so we could back into their site and then make the turn into our site. Took about half hour to get positioned. Other than that. The park does have a nice woodsy appearance. There are some permanent residents (as in nearly every private RV park today), but they were well-kept. I don't think we'd return due to the tight maneuvering needed to get into the sites. - wntrtxn
Aug 2016 - $45.00
The grounds are wooded with lovely big cedar/pine trees and the staff were nice. Sites vary in quality - ours was not that great - gravel and a grass area that had turned to weeds. Pull-through sites are considerably nicer if you can get one. For some reason it was still an OK place to stay. Quiet. - Ray333
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Note this park is changing its name from River Walk to Riverstone. The signage at the park says Riverstone but the web site is still River Walk.
The park is very conveniently located to the interstate; you can walk to a upscale shopping area with restaurants, brand new movie theatre, business services like Verizon and massage. Plus there are several coffee bars (seems on every corner). Grocery stores are close. The sites are VERY TIGHT for big rigs but they do have pull-through spaces and make every effort to fit you in.
While you're in the area, be sure to make the 30 minute drive up to Farragut State Park; it was a not-so-secret Navy Training Center during WW II and they have a very interesting museum. The park is located on Pend Oreille, a pristine lake with a family friendly swimming cove. Silverwood, a very popular theme park, is also located right next door. - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Aug 2015 - $36.00
As other reviewers have noted, spaces close together; some permanents even claiming adjoining sites for parking and giving you the "stink eye" if you get near it. Paved roads and gravel sites, most somewhat level. Very little to no shade. The place could use a good general cleaning and a good amount of maintenance (sites currently without electricity, busted cable connections, etc.) to get it back in attractive condition. Another thing, don't dare hook up to the water, even with a filter! It is terrible, could not even swallow my first gulp! Power ok for our 30a unit at 120v. Rest rooms and showers clean and maintained. Did not use laundry room. No picnic table, fire ring, patio, etc. Very little room to park a tow vehicle; host simply had us park in a non-functional site. Registration office a paper and junk cluttered mess. Camp host appeared to be trying to make a go of it but seemed completely overwhelmed. I guess location is everything as this is extremely close to downtown, the college, bike paths and the river. All in all, I'd pay the considerable extra bucks next time and stay at the campground across the bridge. - pyrthkr
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Older park with pretty tight spaces. We struggled to get our 5 th wheel in our spot. Great manager, super helpful and friendly!!
My biggest complaint was access to the park, we had to cross a very busy 4 lane road to get in and out, not an easy thing. - Idalogger
Jul 2017 - $59.00
Nice clean park right on the water. Fairly spacious site with full hookup including cable. Was just barely long enough for our motorhome plus tow vehicle (once it was unhooked). One of the few "resorts" that seemed to live up to that title. The only "downer" was that wifi was spotty at best, making it almost useless. Overall a great stop, even if it was a little pricey. I would stay here again. - Don Gagnon
Jul 2017 - $55.00
This 'park' is exactly that it's a parking lot near town. Wi fi weak, few good sites to be had for our 45 footer. For my money I'd go up the road to Blanchard. Golf course and pickleball up there at their community. - Tucsonbenz
Jul 2017 - $55.00
We now understand the negative reviews, but not the good ones. We felt since we travel through this area often, we needed to try this place. We did, and we won't be coming back. It doesn't matter where a park is located, or how expensive it is. It can still be a bad park. This place is very expensive because it's in Coeur d'Alene. We get that, and would again pay the price, if it was nice. However, this one isn't. The roads and pads are gravel... sort of. They're actually mostly dirt. They are extremely narrow... so much so that I almost couldn't make the turn down our "road" or into our space. The spaces are also so short that we couldn't get our rig and Jeep tow both into our space. Each had to hang over into the roads that were already too narrow. Although the utilities are conveniently positioned, the patio side consists of mostly dead grass and weeds, and is very small. The wifi reception is terrible and it is too slow to even get email. Everything times out, so don't plan on doing much of anything with the park's wifi. If you decide to come here, bring your own hotspot or use your phone. This park probably stays reasonably full in the summer months, mostly because of its location. Families with kids will pay to come here just to be near the water, even though this "family friendly" park charges yet another $5 for every person exceeding... get this... TWO! It's unfortunate that such a prime location is wasted on such a mediocre park, especially when one would expect to find a true RV "Resort" here. It is what it is. You've been warned. If you decide to spend the big bucks to stay here, don't expect much bang for your buck. It's just not here. We were VERY disappointed! - Mike-S
Jul 2017 - $20.00
This is a very nice Elks lodge and RV park. 50 amp and great water pressure. The biggest negative is no site sewer or onsite dump. The RV park is on grass but plenty of room for awnings and toad/tow vehicle. The lodge is very nice and the staff very friendly. very convenient to restaurants and shopping. would stay here again. - bthomforde
May 2017 - $20.00
Always stop here when driving on Hwy 90. Park on Grass, back to back. Long enough to stay hooked up. Dog Friendly. Couple nights a week, Lodge has some quick meals. Plenty of shopping, Walmart, Costco, plenty of golf courses, restaurants. Dump station, 4 dumps available, E-Z in and OUT. County operated. About 2 miles. Friendly HOST on site WILL BE BACK. - silverado
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This was our second stay at the Couer d'Alene Elks campground. The host was very friendly and helpful. The folks at the lodge were friendly. The sites are level grass, either end to end back ins or long pull thrus depending on the number of units on site. Water and electric only, both on a post at the rear of the site. Good WIFI has been added since my last visit. There is an antenna at the rear of the campground, so, it would seem that would be the best location for the wifi, although we were mid-way and received a good signal. There are no trees, so we got a good direct tv shot. Convenient to shopping, restaurants, churches and several free dump stations. No reservations, but you can call the host to check availability. - 15243
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Very clean park with paved roads and RV pads. This is a very large park with many full-timers. Everything worked well as far as the utilities. We would stay here again if it were an over night stop. - Trackman
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Stayed an overnight. Was able to get a pull through and didn't have to unhook if we didn't need to. Nice and clean park. All amenities worked well. Had 50 amp. Shopping was nearby. Very friendly residents. Clean sites. We would stay again. - Fulltimingit
Jun 2017 - $40.00
I am giving this an 8 because it had everything we needed, was clean, quiet and convenient to the interstate. I am not sure it was an RV 'Resort' but it was a step above average with nice facilities. Access was easy in and out. We were there one night as we traveled through and they gave us a very convenient pull-thru site in the first row next to the office. This made it even easier to get in and out. - campersfromiowa
Sep 2016 - $34.00
This is a campground behind a convenience store/gas station. Register at the store. Must give a $10 deposit for the bathroom/shower/laundry key. Just off the highway so easy in and out. The place is nothing special. The laundry was a dismal with broken machines. In the evening the sprinklers came on right in front of the laundryroom door. Did not visit the bathrooms because I have my own. If passing through the area I would stay here again. - camper19709
Aug 2016 - $36.00
The spots with full hook ups in the middle of the park are the best because they actually maintain the lawn over there. We got stuck in one of the letter identified spots, had weeds waist high all around and generally unkempt appearance. The built in grill was falling over and there is no fire ring. There is a picnic table but it has weeds all around it. The propane at the store out front is only 2.29 a gallon, so there's that. Generally speaking the campground is not very well maintained and is next to both a busy highway and a railroad with a RR crossing, so train horns all hours. Not impressed with this park. - Stax
Jun 2016 - $38.00
We're staying there next week.
The web address for this park is http://nirvpark.com/. - Dshinnick
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This was a nice little find for my scout troop to camp while visiting Silverwood. It was a quick drive to both the park (7mi.) and into Hayden and CDA for supplies. It's not like a typical RV park with manicured lawns. Think of it more like a Forest Service campground but with full hookups. The sites were generously sized with lots of vegetation between. There are no fire rings however so be prepared for that. The driveway and pads are gravel but level enough for stabilizers to balance it out. It's super secluded and pretty quiet. At times you can hear the highway and the occasional train, but never from inside the trailer. The bathrooms were a little run down but clean and we were told by the owner that they were planning to remodel them this year. Garbage service was provided as well as 30amp electric, potable water, and sewer at each site. There are also two pull throughs for larger rigs. The owner was very accommodating and exceptionally nice. We were even allowed to set up a tent. Something no other park would allow. This is definitely a gem and will plan to stay again in the future. - Jenrenee
Aug 2010 - $35.00
Very friendly owner who isn't shy to let you know he is a good Christian man. Park is off the main highway 1/2 mile paved and 1/4 mile good gravel packed road. Has full hook up sites however isn't designated an RV park but more of a campground. This means you can dump your holding tanks at your site sewer connection but you cannot keep it connected during your entire stay. Wasn't much inconvenience for us as we have 4-5 day dry camping ability. Convenient to the city 10 miles away (south) and approx. six miles to Farragut State Park. Very quiet at night. A few trains but mostly noticed them during the day. As noted by other reviewers, the biggest noise comes from the machine shop next door where they like to drop the bucket on the front end loader several times a day. This park accepts cash only so come prepared. We enjoyed our stay and would consider staying again when in the area. - FulltimerFun
Aug 2010 - $35.00
The actual name is Cedar Grove Dude Ranch Campground. I believe it is primarily for the people who are going to the dude ranch, as there is no signage except when you get to the main gate and you have to know about this campground and call for directions to be able to find it. There are only two pull throughs and the only way we could pull into them was to put the picnic table on the wrong side of the coach. The sites are narrow, with the slides out we were barely able to walk around the coach. The sites are separated by trees giving some privacy. We thought the price was high for what we got. No WiFi or sat TV reception. Would not camp here again. - cccnnnsss
Jul 2016 - $41.00
STAY AWAY! This is the worst park I have even been too. The bad reviews are not wrong.
We arrived for a one night stay. We we came along the street, it looked OK. Once we pulled in, it was the worst. We were stuck as we had no water and full tanks from boondocking the previous few days, so we needed a park with hookups.
When we were taken to our site, the park worker asked the full-timer in the spot next to us (about 70% are full timers) to move their car out of our tow-vehicle parking spot. But alas, they could not because the car had NO steering wheel. This park had junk cars in it.
Also, there was two bags of empty beer bottles on the table to greet us. This was sitting there after the employee looked over the site. Our site also smelled of cat or dog pee.
We just stayed in our trailer for sleeping and shower. In hindsight, I would have skipped the showers, dumped at the Flying J, and stayed at Walmart.
I do want to mention that the employee and manager were very nice. I had no issues with them, just the overall state of the park. - steammaker
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Sites are narrow, road is pot holed, just decrepit is best way to describe. When registering, the office is away from sites, and its a good thing (for them). Pay attention when registering, there is a NO REFUND policy! When you get to the sites, you'll understand why. I carried my 9mm whenever I left the motorhome to walk the dogs. Would stay in Flying J before I'd stay here again. - DenMortonUSMC
Jul 2016 - $45.00
The park is not visible from the office. The fees are paid in advance of driving into the park and non-refundable with less than 48 hours notice. There's the hook; once you see what you've got yourself into, it's too late. I'd guess 75% of the park spaces are full time residents. Lots of tattoos, bald headed men with pointy beards. Scary looking women and dirty, unkempt, children. The cops drive through regularly. We witnessed a male being arrested. Our first night there it sounded like a gun being fired at the other end of the park. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. - Beth Wilder
Jul 2017 - $46.00
Do not stay here, especially if you have a "big rig". This is NOT a "big rig" friendly park. We have a "big rig", and when I make a reservation I try to impress upon the person taking the reservation that we are big! I was assured we would be "fine". We were excited to be in beautiful Coeure D'Alene but when we pulled up to the park our excitement faded immediately! This park is such a state of disrepair - the pool is still torn apart and from reading old reviews it's been this way for over a year! The office building is just a train wreck! Sites are extremely narrow, cluttered, and tiered - access roads go straight up the side of a hill! We were assigned a pull through and we could pull straight into the site or by backing in - there is just not enough maneuvering room for "big rigs" in this park. I tow my New Horizons 42' fifth wheel with a Freightliner Sportchassis. The access roads are the major issue in this park. They are so steep and in such poor condition, the fifth wheel made the Freightliner slide down the hill a few feet when I put the parking brake on! That's when I decided to forget about staying here. So now we are having a VERY difficult time securing a reservation for a week in this area - all the parks are booked solid. I was given a full refund without an argument, so that's about the only thing I would give them a positive rating on. To reiterate - skip this park if you have a "big rig". - RvFoodys
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here overnight and they accommodated us when most places were full. This lovely small park is under new ownership and the owners are very helpful. I would seriously advise Big Rigs to avoid this park due to the tight navigation throughout. It's a wonderful park for truck campers, pop-ups and small trailers; tenters will find this place a delight. The sites are terraced up a steep hill in a canyon. Interior roads and sites are gravel. The 30amp back-in sites along the perimeter are neither long enough for the RV and tow rig connected, nor wide enough to place the tow rig aside the RV and still have much outdoor space once the slides are out and the steps are down. The 50amp pull-thru sites are shared two-per-terrace and side-by-side with another RV, but in alternating directions. The existing pool is being repaired and not currently usable. Free wood, free paddleboats and canoes; bathrooms weren't clean but laundry was; Verizon reception is two bars; no wifi, no cable, OTA renders about 11 TV channels; many trees for shade may impact satellite reception. They are completing construction for a store. They were having water troubles during our stay. Because of our size (35' plus truck) we would not camp here again unless we had to. - Runner in the Night
Jul 2017 - $52.00
I stayed here one night in full hook up pull through site 50 while passing through in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car. I needed a stopover place for one night and this was in the right area. They gave me their last -- and clearly least desirable site. I'm not complaining. But it was pricey for what I got and if I had been there more than one night I would have very disappointed. This is billed as a destination campground. That's a stretch. It is built on a steep hill with narrow back in terraced sites on the sides and terraced pull through sites in the middle. Lots of cabins -- former KOA. Narrow steep gravel loop road crowded with lots of cars and trucks. Backing in to some of the sites would require some expertise. In many sites the awnings were right next to the slides of the adjacent RV. Water pressure was practically nil and died completely around 8 am. Electric good. The tent area around the lagoon at the bottom of the hill looked like a migrant camp. This is not my kind of camping but again -- I just wanted an easy in easy out place for the night and that is what I got -- with a view of an algae filled pool and the out of order dump station. They even had a camper staying in the exit road that had the dump station on it. Dump station and pool are "under repair." They said they let people use a full hookup site to dump -- which was probably mine. Yuck. Not a fan of sites with sewer right next to water spigot especially when water spigot is about 12 inches off the ground. Dead end road past campground great place to walk dog. Hiking trail at top of hill is straight up. Lake Coeur D'Alene is beautiful. - SoloRed
Aug 2016 - $10.00
The rate reflects a 50% Federal Senior Pass discount. The standard rate of $20 is quite high for a campground where the only services are trash and pit toilets. There is water with a hand pump, so not suitable for filling a tank. There is no dump station. So, you will want to arrive with fresh water and empty waste tanks.
Is is important to emphasize that this campground is not suitable for big rigs. The interior roads are very narrow and the sites short. Also, during our visit there were fairly large branches extended over the roadway, so it is not suitable for high-profile vehicles unless you don't mind some potential scratches. By the time we discovered this, we were fairly committed on a one-way road and decided to go with the potential scrapes.
Many of the sites are tent only. About half of the sites are reservable. We arrived without reservations on a Thursday at about 11, and had about three sites to choose from. The sites are paved and many are well separated with thick vegetation for visual separation.
The campground is in a valley, so you will not see sun very early in the morning and it will go down about 4 or so in the summer. It was very quiet and dark at night. The campground is about 15 minutes outside of Coeur d'Alene. It feels very isolated. There was no camp host and some campers looked like they were living here. We had some slight concern about leaving our motorhome here as we visited the town, but fortunately, we had no problems. We were able to get a good Verizon signal for voice and data. The campground is certainly much less expensive than the commercial campgrounds in the area. - TheJim
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Just stayed one night as a stopover on our way from Oregon to Montana. A little pricey at $20 for dry camping NF campground. They take reservations here online, otherwise it's first-come first-serve on available sites. Definitely not for big rigs. We have a 29-foot 5th-wheel and we really struggled to back into site 16 due to the very narrow road and might have scratched up our truck's front corner needing to turn into the bushes, but got it in backing the wheels all the way to the tire stopper (back end extending into the campsite area). The hosts ended up being a family with teenage and young kids and seemed too busy with their brood than to help the campers or even remove old tag posts so that we could have seen that there were other available sites to choose from! We arrived at 4pm with check-out at 1pm so there was no excuse for not cleaning up the site posts. The sites have a lot of undergrowth foliage so you can't see your neighbors, which is how camping should be! The creek was completely dry at our visit. Each site was concrete pad with picnic table and fire pit w/ grill. It's dry camping here and no dump station, so come with full/empty tanks, generator, and stocked groceries. Vault toilets only, no running water or showers. There were water spigots for drinking/cooking and dogs. Lastly, we work online so Verizon LTE data coverage is important, and we got strong service here. - Sara C.
Jul 2011 - $12.00
Decent NF campground with narrow spaces, but lots of space between spots and all right next to the creek. Pit toilets, bear boxes, and that's about it. Many spots will need some leveling aid. Not a campground for large rigs. - mikeyair