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My greatest desire while visiting CdA was to see a moose, especially one with a rack. Cousins told me they had dropped their hardware so wouldn't have antlers of any size. We drove around looking for one with no luck but really enjoyed the beautiful...More
I love forests, and the Coeur d'Alene National Forest is no exception. My wife and I had a nice walk even though it was cold and windy. While it is not a wilderness area by any means, it is a pleasant place to to spend...More
Year-round activity. Winter provides snowmobiling fun and ATVing the rest of the year. Many hiking trails as well. Can hunt, fish, hike, bike, camp etc. Many rivers and streams. Abundant views from a multitude of peaks. Several warming huts.
my wife and our friends camp here at least four or five times a year. with hundreds of miles of forest roads and designated ate trails it is a riders paradise for both beginers and experts alike. there are hundreds of free camping spots as...More
A trip through the Coeur D'Alene National Forest is a beautiful experience. My husband and I have visited this neck of the woods many times. We have camped in our RV, there are many spots along the way and getting a reservation is easy and...More
The Coeur d'Alene National Forest is located in such a beautiful part of Idaho and Montana. It is easy to drive through on the Interstate, but also beautiful to get off the main road and camp or hike. I also loved driving up through into...More