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Cultural Tours

Experience the land that the Coeur d’Alene Tribe has called home for thousands of years. Learn about the tribal traditions of this land’s native people through the Cultural Tours at the Coeur d’Alene.

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Water Potato Day

October 23 | 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Water Potato Day - Guided Cultural Tour Tuesday, October 23rd | $25 per person   Lunch [...]

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Stickgame Tournament

November 9 - November 11

Native American Stickgame Tournament & Crafts $39,000 Tournament | Nov 9-11 Don't miss this fun-filled weekend [...]

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Winter Blessing

November 29 | 6:00 pm

Winter Blessing - Experience Tribal Culture Thursday, Nov. 29th | 6pm at the Event Center   [...]

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Cultural Tours CDA

Enjoy Tribal Hospitality.

Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty and serenity of our premier resort. With a world-class spa, luxury accommodations, championship golf, award-winning cuisine and the hottest games, the perfect getaway is closer than you think.

Ah, His’Laqht!

Hello, my friend!

Dee Dee McGowan

Cultural Tourism Manager

P: 208 769-2663 | F: 208 665-6921

Toll Free: 1 800 523-2464 x7415

Email: [email protected]

Spokane International Airport 48 miles

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport 326 miles

Yellowstone National Park 600 miles

Salt Lake City International Airport 719 miles

Denver International Airport 1,094 miles

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The trail of the Coeur d’Alenes:

A 72 mile paved path takes you through the ancestral lands of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe.

Fly Fishing:

The St. Joe River known for its spectacular shine and for being the highest navigable river in the world.

Heyburn State Park:

Bask in the glory of 1,000 year old Cedar groves while enjoying cultural stories.

Bison Ranch:

Learn hands on the cultural significance of this mighty animal. Book your package by clicking here.

Cataldo Mission and Museum:

Idaho’s oldest standing building. Hand built by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe in the early 19th century.