Eagle Watch Cruises and Lake Coeur d'Alene Activities

Eagle Watch Cruises run late November to Early January as the Eagle migration and salmon feed occur.  During the summer months, Coeur d'Alene Lake abounds with rental and boating opportunities.  Pontoon, kayak, ski boats, and ski runners are all available to rent. 


Fishing Guides are available for Fly-fishing or Charter Lake Fishing.  Fly Fishing is best in the Spokane River, Clark Fork, and Coeur d'Alene River tributaries.  Lake Trout, Chinook, and Kokanee Salmon are great Charter Fish!

  • The Cataldo Mission & State Park

  • Panning For Gold - Crystal Gold Mine

  • ZipLine Tours

  • Snowmobiling & Cross Country Skiing

  • Wildlife Viewing 

  • Shopping & MicroBrews


Silverwood Theme Park and Boulder Beach

The largest amusement park in the Pacific Northwest that still provides down-home western comfort. With 70 rides and shows, the best wooden roller coaster, plus Boulder Beach Water Park you need at least 2 days to enjoy it all! Buy tickets on-line www.silverwoodthemepark.com or call The FairBridge Inn front desk to see if we have discounted tickets available 208-765-3011. Silverwood is an easy 15 minute drive down Highway 95.

On weekends in October, Silverwood turns to “Scareywood” Theme Park. A frightful way to enjoy scary rides, and haunting attractions!



Additional Fun:

McEuen Park, Playground & Dog Park -

A 22.5 acre park downtown adjacent to CDA shopping and Coeur d’Alene Lake. It has the city’s largest splash pad, tennis & basketball courts and off-leash dog park. It also begins the trailhead to Tubbs Hill which features acres of pristine Ponderosa hiking trails.

McEuen Park is a great place to splash in the lake, or just enjoy the view and grab a bite to eat while shopping downtown.

Things to do in Coeur d'Alene!

The Centennial Trail & Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes - Bike Paths  

The Centennial Trail is a 24 mile paved bike trail that runs along Coeur d’Alene Lake and the Spokane River from the city of Coeur d'Alene west to Washington. The Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s is a 72-mile long asphalt paved bike trail that runs along the scenic Coeur d’ Alene River to Plummer, Idaho or to the FairBridge Inn & Suites - Kellogg and then on to Wallace, ID.  There are also numerous Mountain Biking trails outside of CDA.