Things to do in Coeur d'Alene

Our most recommended things to do in Coeur d'Alene

Coeur d’Alene: E-Bike Rental

1. Coeur d’Alene: E-Bike Rental

Customize your sightseeing route of Coeur d’Alene and its surroundings by renting an e-bike for an independent journey. Enjoy the feeling of gliding on the pavement as you relax and take in the views without overexerting yourself. See how easy it is to ride this modern type of vehicle. With the advantage of having an electric motor, your e-bike will become the best ally on your adventurous journey through nature. Receive personalized instructions on how to ride, then begin your own journey. Get to know the area and even stop for dinner if you feel like it. The suggested route will bring you along the paved Centennial Trail, going all the way to the state border in Spokane, Washington. Take in the striking lush hills lining the lake and ride around the downtown area, cutting through McEuen Park, City Park, and the Coeur d’Alene Resort. You can also head east around the lake to Higgins Point or take off through the parks and follow the trail along the beautiful Spokane River. Along the way, you can stop at the Riverstone Shopping Center for a nice lunch or a snack.

Coeur d'Alene: City Highlights Segway Tour

2. Coeur d'Alene: City Highlights Segway Tour

Discover the best of what Coeur d'Alene has to offer as you explore the city on a guided Segway tour. Along with your small group, see some of the key landmarks in the area such as McEuen Park, Fort Sherman, Independence Park, and the North Idaho Centennial Trail. Begin with a quick Segway lesson from your guide before setting off. First, head to McEuen Park via Lakeshore and admire the beautiful historic homes and private beaches on the way. At the park, visit the Armed Services Memorial, Law Enforcement Memorial, and the Coeur d'Alene History Mural. Tubbs Hill is located near the Coeur d'Alene Resort and has over 2 miles of hiking trails with picturesque views of the lake. Ride on the Centennial Trail which runs all the way to Spokane Washington. Make a brief stop at the resort which has the world's longest floating boardwalks. From there, head to City Park. Follow the Coeur d'Alene shoreline with its gorgeous views and plentiful beaches, making a brief stop at Independence Point and Fort Sherman. Visit the officer's quarters, magazine room, and the chapel, the oldest building in Coeur d'Alene dating back to 1880. Head back to the meeting point and, on the way, ride through a well-preserved neighborhood that is listed in the National Historical Registry.

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