We enjoyed camping in Waterton. It is a very popular destination, therefore I recommend reserving your spot ahead of time. If you are only planning on spending a couple of nights, the un-serviced sites are just as big and spacious as the serviced sites. Because of the lack of rain and extreme heat this summer, the campsites are very dry and almost a dessert like setting. This being said, the lake is close and beautiful, biking, hiking, canoeing, all at your doorstep.
Beautiful campground. Lots for the family to do. The staff are super friendly and very knowledgeable of the area. Very willing to help. We will come back again and do recommend it to others. This is one of the best KOA campgrounds I have ever stayed at.
The pictures on the website of the Coeur d'Alene KOA campground are deceiving. They are very narrow and hard to maneuver in and out of without hitting or damaging your unit. (We witnessed this several times during our stay.) The steep road and tight turns getting into the pull throughs are not meant for anything bigger than a 24-25 foot trailer, even though the length of their lots are probably 40 ft. If you have slides that slide out more than 2 feet, you may not be able to put them out. If you do manage to get them out, your door may be opening 3 feet from your neighbors door. (We did meet a lot of nice people because of this!!) The staff were unfriendly, and unwilling to help. When we complained of our site, and how unsuitable it was, they made no effort to help with the exception of letting us know we had the choice of not staying there. The website also states that they have Wi-Fi, which they don't. The only positive's about this campsite is that they had a pool and the kids enjoyed using it. As well, if you are tenting, they have beautiful trees to camp under.