When we first arrived they tried to give us the wrong camp site even though we had made reservations next to our other family memebers. We had to talk to the camp host several times to resolve the issue. Also, there were all sorts of extra fees that no one told us about. Even though the website says limit of 6 people, we were told the limit was 2 and had to pay $3 a night for each child, and $5 a night for each adult. there was also a $5/ night charge for having an extra car.
Then the first night we had family from alll over the northwest arriving for a family reunion. The camphost kept coming by asking questions about who was staying at which campsite, and who was staying and who was just visiting. We were all quietly enjoying ourselves by the campfire when the camphost came by again and told us we would need to be quiet as it was after 10pm. We were not loud or yelling, just talking. Anyhow, there is not a lot to do there. There are canoe rentals, but the creek is more like sewer ditch. Our children paid for bike rentals, but there was no bike trails to ride them and one broke and another got a flat.
The highway at night was pretty noisy and made it difficult to sleep. The campsites are filled with hawthorne trees that drop nail-like thorns on the ground. We got holes in 2 air mattresses and if it wasn't for thick soles, my daughter would have had a thorn thru her foot.
The second night, we were doing karaoke at 8:30pm ( not very loud at all) and were reprimanded by the camphost again and reminded about 10pm quiet time... even though it was only 8:30. They said someone complained that we were having a rock concert, which is strange since we were singing country songs!
They advertised free wi-fi, but most evenings we were unable to even get a connected. When we complained, we were told that they don't have a very strong signal and that it was only able to connect like 20 people at one time, so we might not be able to always get service.
The camphost even had the nerve to approach our kids while they awere playing one day and tell them that he had gotten phone calls about our noise the night before - not exactly professional, or Christian-like, for that matter.
Oh yeah, and every day the bathrooms (which consist of 2 toilets and 2 showers for women and one urinal, one toilet, and two showers for the men) are closed from 11am to 1pm (well 1:45 when we stayed there) for cleaning, so between 8 and 11, there is a line of people waiting to shower and if you have to pee between 11 and 1, you have to pee in the bushes.
We spent $300 and felt like we they were trying to chase us out the whole 4 days we were there. We strongly discourage ANYONE from staying here!! The camphosts are rude and the amount they are charging (for what you get) is outrageous!!
- Also Known As:
- Wolf Lodge Rv Campground Hotel Coeur d`Alene
- Wolf Lodge RV Campground Idaho