Coeur d'Alene Tourist Attractions
The holiday resort and timber-working town of Coeur d'Alene lies amid magnificent forest scenery on the lake of the same name, one of the most beautiful in the United States, with ample facilities for boating and fishing.
Lake Coeur d'Alene
Aerial Retardant Plant
Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre
The Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre has been in operation since 1967. It is the oldest performing arts organization in Idaho. They offer full-scale Broadway musicals during the months of June, July and August.
Idaho Panhandle National Forests Visitor Center
Museum of North Idaho
The Museum of North Idaho in Coeur d'Alene presents the history of the region with displays of early settler items, logging and lumbering exhibits, exploration and transportation.
Address: 115 Northwest Boulevard, Coeur D'Alene, ID 83816-0812, United States
Opening hours: Apr 1 to Oct 31: 11am-5pm; Closed: Sun, Mon
Entrance fee in USD: Family $7.00, Adult $3.00, Child $1.00
Facilities: Gift shop
Post Falls (pop. 24,400) is located on the Spokane River at the Washington-Idaho state line. The town was founded in the late 1800s by Frederick Post who harnessed the falls to generate power for his sawmill. It has played an important role in the settlement of the region.
Treaty Rock Historic Site
The Treaty Rock Historic Site commemorates the location where Coeur d'Alene Indian Chief Andrew Seltice transferred land to Frederick Post, the founder of Post Falls. Petroglyphs and paintings by the American Indians are featured on a marked trail.
The site of Post Falls' founding is located at Treaty Rock in northern Idaho. The rock can be reached by trails that lead from Post Falls and the nearby gorge.
Q'Emiln Trail System
The Q'Emiln Trail System connects 12 routes with the trails leading to historic sites, such as abandoned homesteads and mining camps.