Scenic River Trip Coeur d’Alene

The scenic river trip Coeur d’Alene River Float is located 35 minutes east of Coeur d’Alene, ID meeting at the river shop. River shop is just two miles off interstate I-90, Kingston, Idaho.

Class I and flat water, ripples and no waves, Ages 4+ and only your feet get wet. 🙂

This Coeur d’Alene River trip is located near Kingston, Idaho, just outside of Coeur d’Alene. It is a great way to spend half the day in the Coeur d’Alene/Spokane area. Great for all ages and abilities as your guide does the paddling.  Nervous about younger children on the boats? This is your float trip! Picture a lazy river, warm breezes and a total release of all your cares! Guests view birds, moose, and has North Idaho written all over it.

The scenic trip is a peaceful section of river with gentle flows that run all summer long. Jump in to swim! This is a crystal clear spring fed water that houses Cutthroat year round and Chinook Salmon in the fall. The CDA River is known as a blue ribbon protected scenic river and a gem of Idaho. Participants often see a variety of birds: Blue heron, wood ducks, mallards, bald eagles, read tail hawks, mud swallow, and kingfishers.

Trip lasts 2.5-3.5 hours depending on season and water flow. Departure Times: 9am, 1pm, 4:30pm (Please arrive 10 minutes before departure) 

Meeting point: CDA River Shop located 35 minutes east of CDA just off I-90 at: 1560 Coeur D’Alene River Rd, Kingston Idaho, 83839 – Just past the Snake Pit

Price: Adults $59   Youth (4-17) $54  

This scenic river trip on the Coeur d’Alene can accommodate 3-60 people. Our minimum is three people to go out on the river. Let us know if you are a single or a group of two and we’ll merge your trips together with your guide.

The CDA River

The Coeur d’Alene River flows 37 miles from the Silver Valley into Lake Coeur d’Alene. The stream continues out of Lake Coeur d’Alene as the Spokane River. This section is known as the North Fork,  stretching almost to Lake Pend Oreille. The South Fork of the CDA River flows east from an area by the Montana border. Flowing through historic mining areas of the Silver Valley past numerous communities, it is a superb recreational river for numerous pursuits, from easy scenic floats to paddling and, particularly in upstream stretches, fly fishing!