Vacation Rentals in Coeur d’Alene
Coeur d’Alene is a resort town in the panhandle with magnificent scenery, a cornucopia of events throughout the year, and a varied selection of vacation rentals. Winter is a perfect time to rent a vacation condo; Coeur d’Alene is a quiet, relaxed town close to several great ski resorts.
Fairs, Festivals and Fun
When staying in a Coeur d’Alene rental home, check out all the fun events happening in town. There is the monthly art walk, the weekly downtown farmers’ market, the annual Car d’Alene Classic Car Show, and the annual Old West Collectibles Show. Rent a vacation cabin in September and attend the BalloonFest, with children’s activities, entertainment, and plenty of balloon rides.
Lake Coeur d’Alene is one of fifty-five lakes in the area and has over 135 miles of shoreline. There are plenty of lake-front vacation houses and cabins located on or near the lake that providing a wealth of outdoor activities. Enjoy pirate-themed cruises for the kids or sunset cruises for the romantics. Eat at a restaurant with gorgeous views of the lake or play a round of golf at the Lake Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course. From your vacation rental near the lake, you can hike, bike, boat, or just relax.
Even though you enjoy your vacation home in Coeur d’Alene, most of your time will be spent exploring the town and the lake. Sandpoint is a four-season resort and artists’ colony, situated on a beautiful Lake, north of Coeur d’Alene. Its relaxed atmosphere and its cultural and entertainment events are renowned. Head south from your vacation home and visit Wallace, known as the “Silver Capital of the World.” After your visit to the silver mine and the silver museum, head back to the comfort of your Coeur d’Alene vacation home.
Eat a Huddy
Coeur d’Alene offers stunning natural beauty, family attractions, exciting outdoor adventures, and plenty of spectacular vacation rentals. But before you leave your vacation home, stop at Hudson’s Hamburgers a local institution famous for its hamburgers and cheeseburgers. Eat a Huddy and write home about it!