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For locals and tourists alike, there’s always something new to learn about Lake Coeur d’Alene! There’s plenty of space to explore, with nearly 50 square miles of water! If you’re looking to get out on one of North Idaho’s best lakes to do some boating, we’ve compiled a list of the best bays on Lake Coeur d’Alene. Whether you rent a boat for the day or buy a boat to explore for years to come, here are few spots that should be on your Lake Coeur d’Alene bucket list: Wolf Lodge Bay We’ll start from the north end of the lake and work our way south. Wolf Lodge Bay lies at the northeastern end of Lake Coeur d’Alene, where Interstate 90 meets State Route 97 (on land). This is one of our favorite bays for several reasons. First, it’s pretty close…Read More
Lake Coeur d’Alene is one of the most beautiful lakes in the Pacific Northwest. This North Idaho lake is long, with plenty of bays off of the main body of water to accommodate plenty of sports, such as standup paddle boarding, tubing, as well as towns like Coeur d’Alene and Harrison. However, beneath the surface, there’s a whole other world! Drop a line in Lake Coeur d’Alene to do some of the best fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Interested in learning more about fishing on Lake Coeur d’Alene? We’ve compiled a few helpful facts and tips for you here: Fishing regulations Before you head out fishing each year, make sure you know the rules and regulations of wherever you’re going fishing. These change, especially if you’re fishing on tribal land or other unique areas. For more in-depth information about regulations,…Read More
Whether you rented a pontoon boat to travel around Lake Coeur d’Alene for the day, you’re going to need to stop for lunch at some point. North Idaho offers some premier dining that will only add to your experience on the water, and many of these restaurants are easily accessible from your boat! There are many great places to tie up on Lake Coeur d’Alene, but we’ve narrowed the choices down to a few of our top favorites. Here are some great places to tie up your boat and eat on Lake Coeur d’Alene: Dockside After playing hard in the sun all day, Dockside is the perfect place to refuel. In addition to breakfast, dinner and gluten-free menus, Dockside is also home to the famous Gooey, a mountainous ice cream sundae that will satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth. This is a…Read More
When embarking on a memorable pontoon boat rental experience with Resort Boat Rentals, it’s essential to pack wisely to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable trip on the water. This blog post will guide you through the must-have items for your adventure, ensuring that you’re fully prepared for a fantastic day out on the waves. Sun Protection The sun can be quite intense when you’re out on the water, so packing adequate sun protection is crucial. Bring along items like: Sunscreen: A broad-spectrum sunscreen with a high SPF rating will help shield your skin from harmful UV rays. Sunglasses: Polarized sunglasses not only protect your eyes from the glare but also enhance the visibility of the stunning surroundings. Wide-brimmed hat or cap: Covering your head will provide extra protection against the sun. Comfort Essentials To make the most of your pontoon…Read More