Idaho

Coeur d’Alene Casino, Resort Hotel & RV Parking

  • RATING – 4.0 of 5
  • WIFI – No
  • ATT – Yes, five bars but somewhat slow, Weboost 5 bars
  • VERIZON – Four bars, fairly fast, Weboost 5 bars
  • SERVICES – 30/50 amp service available. No Dump on site, No water on site.
  • COST $20 – Join the Casino Members Club (go inside before registering and join the Members club) and receive $5 of play money per night for your stay. Effectively giving you a $15 place to park.
  • DISCOUNTS – See Cost above
  • REVIEW – Call the main number listed in the link at the top and ask for RV park reservations.  The RV Parking is part of the casinos outlying parking system. When coming in to register make sure that you follow the “RV” signs and park near the outside of the parking lot or you will end up at the Valet which has turn around that is not RV friendly (ask how I know). The RV park itself has 30/50 amp services available.   This is a concrete parking lot so don’t expect anything spectacular. However, it is the best deal in the Coeur d’ Alene area.  The parking is sort of odd and obviously a re-do of parking stripping. Some sites like end of row sites are quite wide and others are narrower. One other thing you should be aware of is that the sites are un-level but not overly. We drove up on three blocks on the drivers side to get near level and the jacks did the rest. We ended up with a narrow one but our 40′ coach fit fine length wise and width wise with all four slides out. There is a golf course on site, spa services and several restaurants inside the casino.

Our site was #26

Farragut State Park (20 miles north of  Coeur d’ Alene) in Athol, ID.

  • RATING – 4.5/5
  • WIFI – No
  • ATT – Yes, three bars (4 bars with WeBoost)
  • VERIZON – No signal even with WeBoost
  • SERVICES – Water, 15/30 AMPS, dump on site, three disc golf courses and a beautiful lake
  • COST – EXPENSIVE!$51.35 nightly including tax and extra charge for our toad ($5 )
  • RATING – Stunning park that is very well cared for. Sites are groomed and I mean groomed.  They raked the gravel like a Zen Garden.  Sites are long. We fit our 40′ coach, dolly and toad on the pad. Power pedestals are well maintained, showers/bathrooms are available though we didn’t use them. There are two three bay dump sites, dumpsters outside of each camping loop, and a wonderful public beach  with a bath house within the park on Lake Pend Oreille in the Coeur d’Alene Mountains. The Park boasts four disc golf course including a Par 3 “Executive Eighteen.”  There is a day use area where one can watch mountain goats wending their way up and down a mountain across the lake with binoculars or use the parks for twenty five cents a view.   The camping loops have back in and pull through sites, Except for the price which is way too high, I recommend this park as a “must go” even with the high fee’s.  Nice place.

We were in site #159