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Coeur D'Alene

Kootenai County,

Idaho

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Idaho's City with a Heart


The Idaho state capital is Boise.


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83814

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Coeur D'Alene is approximately 32,200 (1998), 44137 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 10,956 (1990), 18395 (2010).

The amount of land area in Coeur D'Alene is 27.568 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 1.159 sq kilometers.
The distance from Coeur D'Alene to Washington DC is 2187 miles. The distance to the Idaho state capital is 283 miles. (as the crow flies)
Coeur D'Alene is positioned 47.69 degrees north of the equator and 116.78 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Coeur D'Alene elevation is 2,157 feet above sea level.
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Location

Coeur D'Alene location: on Interstate 90 in the far northern portion of Idaho, near the Washington border, only 32 miles from Spokane, Washington.

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Climate & Weather

The weather in Coeur D'Alene is seasonal. There is an average annual relative humidity of 46%.
Coeur D'Alene average annual rainfall is 26 inches per year
Coeur D'Alene average annual precipitation is 26.75 inches per year.
The average summer temperature is 63.5 degrees F.
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History & History Related Items

Coeur D'Alene history:

This area was named after French traders tried to bribe the local Indians with trinkets in exchange for valuable pelts. The Indians were not to be fooled and refused to trade. The trappers thought they were "hard-hearted" and in their language, sharp as an awl. Translated, Coeur D'Alene means "heart of the awl." The area is rich in history. A special tour may be taken in a horse-drawn carriage or on a double-decker bus to see a wide area of the historical landmarks.
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Attractions

Coeur D'Alene attractions:

Museum of North Idaho
115 Northwest Blvd.
Coeur D'Alene, ID
Phone: 208-664-3448
See exhibits dealing with the history of Kootenai County with emphasis on logging, mining, transportation, and displays of early settler's life.

Lake Coeur D'Alene
This lake was once called "one of the five most beautiful lakes in the world" by National Geographic. It is 25 miles long and averages 2 1/2 miles in width. You can see a large population of osprey and also American bald eagles. The lake is surrounded by mountains and forest.

Golf at the beautiful Coeur D'Alene Resort where the unique 14th green floats on the lake! You may also find marinas, fishing, lake cruises, canoeing, waterskiing and the world's longest floating boardwalk (3,300 feet).

Silverwood Theme Park
15 miles north of the city on US 95
Phone: 208-683-3400
A late 1880's theme park with Victorian styled features including an antique airplane museum, steam train, professional ice show, bi-plane demonstrations, and the famous Grizzly roller coaster.

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