Lake Coeur D' Alene, translated as "Heart of the awl" was named after a local Indian tribe out of respect for their tough trading practices. At 25 miles long and 10 miles across at its widest point, this beautiful lake has more than 135 miles of tree-lined shores.
Standing at 29 x 20 x 2 inches, the Coeur D' Alene map ranges in coverage from Hayden Lake, Hauser Lake, Plummer and St Marines. Icons on the map portray the locations for:
Harrison Steamboat Wreckage Northern Idaho Centennial Trail Tubbs Hill Coeur D'Alene G.C. Floating Green Coeur D'Alene City Hall Silver Beach Marina Brooks Seaplane Base Seewewana Wreckage