After you have reserved your boat rental with us there are many other great local activities to attend in the Coeur d’Alene area. Here are a few of our favorites and some ideas of where to search for local activities:
Franklin’s Hoagies: http://www.franklinshoagies.com
One of our favorite local small restaurants is Franklin’s Hoagies. They are similar to us in the fact that they are family owned and operated. Their menu and made-from-scratch breakfast and lunch items are delicious and hard to beat. Make sure to visit them during your stay to experience the local homemade food and tell them that the staff at KJ Watersports sent you!
With 109 miles of shoreline to explore on Lake Coeur d’Alene alone it is hard to believe anybody could spend enough time with one of our boat rentals. But sometimes it is necessary to give the family a break after all the fun activities behind the rental boat or allow for a day of rest after splashing through the lake on a jet ski rental. So, for some other fun activities to explore after those fun-filled hot and sunny days aboard your rental boat on Lake Coeur d’Alene check these out:
The Northwest’s largest theme park with more than 65 rides, shows and attractions – centrally located in North Idaho. Just 15 minutes north of Coeur d’Alene. Enjoy fun filled days of family activities. A theme park with gigantic roller coasters, kids rides, shows and good family fun. Relax in a ‘Lazy River” or experience the thrills of body, tube and family water slides, plus oceans of wave pools.
Triple Play: http://www.3play.com/triple-play
Triple Play Family Fun Park offers endless fun for the entire family. Ride the waves in our indoor waterpark, Raptor Reef; featuring a wave pool, children?s lagoon with a 2 story play structure and tipping bucket. Lean back and relax in our indoor/outdoor Jacuzzi or ride one of our three amazing slides one banking in at over 390 feet.
Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course: http://www.cdaresort.com/golf
Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene, this award-winning resort course is an experience not to be missed with the world’s only floating green.
Idaho State Parks and Recreation: http://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov
There are several state parks and trails around the Coeur d’Alene and Hayden area. To find a park near you or one that you just can’t wait to explore check out the Idaho Parks and Recreation website.