Wolf Lodge RV Campground

Address: 12329 E. Frontage Rd., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 83814, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 12329 E. Frontage Rd., Coeur d'Alene.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWolf Lodge RV Campground Coeur d'Alene

    Reviewed by tendashseven

    Basic RV Parking

    Reviewed Sep 11, 2015
    by (26 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Unfortunately, there are few options for RV camping in a rig our size near Coeur d'Alene. This park is basic. It shows signs of being worn down and well used with not a lot of attention to upkeep. The site we had was fine. I saw other sites that were not as nice or roomy.

    The interstate is fairly close and can be a bit noisy when truckers use their air brakes. The access road is a bit rough and well off the interstate exit. Lastly, the WiFi sucks. Either provide a usable WiFi connection or don't provide one at all. Just don't "check the box" and offer a useless product.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by travelmenu

    Clean & Friendly

    Reviewed Jun 15, 2013
    by (17 reviews) Peace River , Canada Flag of Canada

    This was our first stay at the Wolf Lodge Campground (Sam's Club). The young man who checked us in was extremely friendly and helpful. The campground itself was very clean and so were the showers/washroom.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Wolf Lodge RV Campground Coeur d'Alene

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene

    It's Pronounced “Core-Da-Lane”

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 12, 2015

    2 comments, 34 photos

    Our journey from the northern forests of Washington towards Glacier National Park requires that we make at least one stop along the way. We survey the logical route and decide to spend a week just across the Washington border in the Idaho panhandle at Coeur d'Alene (CDA).

    The city is named after the Coeur d'Alene People, a tribe of Native …

    NIC Alumni Match #3

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Oct 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of my heart belongs here in CDA. I felt the same way when I left Australia. It was like I left a part of me in CDA and a part of me in Australia. I loved it. I hope to continue making more memories here and putting my legacy, but it will obviously be nothing like I had created in the past. These events that I will attend here will pretty much be my national tournament. I only have one match each time when I come here and to me, it is my nationals. ...

    Coeur d'Alene

    A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Sep 23, 2013

    40 photos

    ... hosted a bon voyage party for us on Saturday and it was great to see everyone and say goodbye (for now)! They also bought a motor home and we were able to test it out first. We went fishing on Lake Roosevelt too. It was such a fun day. A highlight was seeing the mountain goats on the side of the mountain. Just amazing!

    We leave for Vancouver tomorrow and the cruise leaves the next day! It's finally here! SO ...

    Nice scenery

    A travel blog entry by dearrajat on Jul 07, 2013

    Yet again crossed the continental divide on the border of Montana & Idaho. On the side note, saw many bikers at the truck stop. The vast coeur d'alene lake made an awesome scenery. Made the final day! Took lunch at Red Robins Their popular drink lemonade & gourmet burger were really tasty. Recommended ESP for ppl visiting from ...

    Into the Silver Valley

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on May 31, 2013

    14 photos

    ... our national forests.

    In particular, the hair-raising story of ranger Ed Pulaski captured the imagination of the public, and continues to intrigue modern day visitors. Ed was leading a group of about 100 firefighters who were separated into two groups by the intensity of the blaze. Realizing the hopelessness of their situation, he led the remaining 45 men into a mine tunnel to escape the heat. Instinctively, the ...