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TravelPod Member ReviewsWolf Lodge RV Campground Coeur d'Alene
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.
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... were powerful medicine men. A Belgian priest named Father De Smet responded to the invitation, and the original mission was built along the St. Joseph river, where it was vulnerable to floods. An Italian priest named Father Ravallo was a talented artist and architect who was the genius behind the new mission built on the top of a hill in the mid 1840s. Father Cataldo lived at the mission later on for many years ...
... like us. I called our old neighbor, from Harmony Lane, and told him we were in town. Joe Fodi is an electrician and has his own contracting business here in Coeur D' Alene. Joe came by to see us and we had a great time catching up. Joe moved up here over 20 years ago and his parents moved here as well, about 6 years back.
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... epitomized the Whistler that I had read about all those years ago. Tristan and I went back out to them later in the afternoon and Tristan was carving them up. All of this mountain biking on the trip has seriously honed his skills and he's become quite the mountain biker! We enjoyed an early evening, heading to bed by 11:00 content with the new direction that our trip was taking us. Thursday morning came early and we had a great breakfast at a crepe shop in ...
... I was able to find a campground outside the city limits. While I got the Rialta set-up, mom fed Keko, got our supper ready and we finally ate at about 8:30.
Late set-ups are not fun for anyone! Everyone is tired and hungry. I have to do a better job tomorrow finding proper accommodations early - can't always rely on the GPS lady. First lesson learned on Day 1 of our trip - but the Rialta gave us no problems so that is a ...
Today we left Missoula, and headed to Idaho. Once we made it to Coeur d'Alene where we had a lunch at a restaurant called Scratch. After a great salmon burger, we started our drive towards Washington. We drove for around 6 hours and finally made it to ...