Coeur D'Alene is an incredible city located in the state of Idaho, more exactly in Kootenai County, being the county seat at the same time. Coeur D'Alene is also the largest city in the county, but also the most important and major city in the Coeur D'Alene Metropolitan Statistical Area. Coeur D'Alene was founded in 1878, and then it became incorporated in 1887. The city gets its name from Lake Coeur D'Alene, because it is located on its north shore.
Coeur D'Alene is also known as simply Lake City, or CDA. Currently, there are 44.137 people living in Coeur D'Alene, according to the 2010 census. The number of residents comprised by Coeur D'Alene and northern Idaho has reached 590.617. The tourism industry has also blossomed, as more and more people are considering Coeur D'Alene for their holiday destination.
Lake Coeur D'Alene should definitely be visited if you find yourself in the city with the same name. Besides the spectacular sights, this natural lake also offers many recreational features. During the summer season, many people come here to enjoy the beautiful beaches and scenic views. Watching the bald eagles feeding on the kokanee (silver trout) in the lake is also an activity preferred by both tourists and locals.
The North Idaho Centennial Trail can be reached if you are visiting the previously mentioned lake. The trail spans on 24 miles, offering both residents and tourists the chance of going on a long walk, by either foot or bicycles. Along the way, the amazing sights will take your breath away, so do not forget to take your camera with you.
The Coeur D'Alene Golf Club is one of the most prestigious and renown facilities of the kind in all the United States. This elegant 14-hole golf course is part of the Coeur D'Alene Resort, which is a luxury resort hotel that you can find in the city. The golf course is famous for its floating green. The resort also features a marina and a spa, so it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a nice holiday.