Perfect for family reunions & mini-retreats. Located 30 mi. east of Coeur d'Alene on 12 acres of forested hills - adjacent to boundless State & USFS land. Incredible views & solitude yet only 2 mi. to North Fork of CDA River and Trail of Coeur d'Alenes; 4 mi. to I-90; 8 mi. to Silver Mountain; 35 miles to Hiawatha Trail. Large covered outdoor area; BBQ; outdoor kitchen; lounge chairs; hammocks. Campfire & lots of camp chairs - incomparable star-gazing. Great hiking, biking, river floating.
Regardless of the number in your party guests have the entire compound for your private use. The compound accommodates 16 people on nine (or ten) beds: two queen beds, two full futons (one is a lower bunk), two twin beds (both upper bunks), one full bed (lower bunk), one full sofa sleeper and one double-height queen airbed (or two double-height twin airbeds). We supply the linens. We also have additional airbeds available for your use in tents (which we can supply). We can also accommodate four people on two full beds in an RV(for a total of 20 people). The two queen bedrooms each have their own private half baths; the Main Cabin has a 3/4 bath and the Bath House has a 3/4 bath (four toilets/sinks total in the complex). There is ample room for tents; the Bath House is an independent cabin to serve those staying in tents. Dogs are more than welcome - and would love the place - but please let us know in advance: how many dogs, how large, whether they will be allowed to be inside, and if they shed. Please understand that we must charge an additional $100 if it will be necessary to for extra cleaning.
The site is eight miles to Kellogg, ID - site of longest single-stage gondola in the world (for hiking & biking) and silver mine tours. river float trips on North Fork of CDA River and cycling on 72-mile paved Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes - both 2.5 miles away . . . about 35 miles to Thompson Pass (hiking and backpacking) . . . 35 miles to The Hiawatha Trail (breathtaking views on 2.5% grade downhill bike ride on 15 miles of old rail right-of-way with 10 tunnels and 7 sky-high train trestles) . . . ten miles to Galena Ridge Golf Course - a truly spectacular, beautifully maintained nine-hole links course built into the side of a mountain . . . 25 miles to famous Pulaski Trail . . . 35 miles to Lookout Ski area (hiking). . . 40 miles to Silverwood Theme Park . . . 30 miles to Lake Coeur d'Alene (boating, kayaking, parasailing, float plane trips, paddle boarding) & CDA resort (world class resort on water with golf including floating green) . . . 7 miles to Cataldo Mission State Park and Museum. . . 22 miles to the famous historic town of Wallace (site of last stoplight on I-90) . . . 2.5 miles to the iconic Enaville Resort - aka The Snake Pit Tavern . . . 15 miles to Fourth of July Pass Recreation Area (hiking and trail riding) . . . 10 miles to Rose Lake; unlimited hiking, biking, and four-wheeling right from complex. Caribou Ridge National Recreation Trail, Coeur d'Alene National Recreation Trail, English Point National Recreation Trail, and Farragut State Park are all within 25 miles of the compound.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to 12-acre compound property plus vast forested land as far as the eye can see in every direction. Full outdoor kitchen including both gas and charcoal BBQ's; hammock, lounge chairs, camp chairs, extra tables, and second refrigerator available to guests.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Hosts are available to accommodate any needs or wants at the compound and to assist with recreational activities.
Hosts asks guest to respect beauty of property, quality and cleanliness of buildings and solitude of environment (though singing, laughing and enthusiastic conversation is highly encouraged) - the closest neighbor (who rarely occupies his cabin) is about a quarter of a mile away.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 5 jours précédant le voyage, la première nuit est non remboursable, mais vous recevrez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du coût des nuits restantes.
Livin' the good life in Northern Idaho - one of this planet's most extraordinary outdoor recreation areas. I spend my time with my wife, children (3), grandchildren (3). My wife of 40 years and I cycle (both road and trail), kayak, backpack and day-hike, ski (both cross-country and downhill), and explore the National Parks