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Recent Hayden Lake reviews

  • Hayden lake cabin

    "We loved the cabin on Hayden lake. It was clean and comfortable with a great view. The only drawback was we could not swim at the beach below the cabin and about 3pm the west sun was blinding. Due to the close proximity to our daughter's house in Hayden the location was perfect."
    Guest: Lynn Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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  • Clean & cozy!

    "The cabin was clean and had everything we needed for our stay. The floating dock, water trampoline and Whoosh pad made swimming really enjoyable and the water temperature was perfect. We had two adults and one child so the cabin was a perfect size. Views from the deck are beautiful and we loved sitting on the deck swing in the evening while looking out at the lake. We LOVE Hayden Lake and have already started planning another trip next year!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Honeysuckle Bay

    "The home was a little outdated, but was very comfortable and clean. No issues with the inside. Plenty of blankets and comfortable sleeping. We did not use the appliances, but they appeared to be OK. The only complaint I have was the driveway was supposed to be cleared of snow and it was not. It appeared that it snowed two days before we arrived and the driveway was cleared but additional snow had fallen which was not. This made the driveway very slippery and unusable. The owner had informed me of the slope of the driveway but assured me the driveway would be cleared. The location was perfect for us since my son lived only 5 minutes away and the view of Hayden Lake was beautiful"
    Guest: Bob M. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 8, 2014
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  • Great place to stay

    "Great place! The fenced area was great for the dogs and small child in our group. The cabin was clean and well stocked. The owner was great to deal with and dealt with the very few snags that came up quickly. If anything the pictures and description undersell this place. We left very happy and are looking forward to coming back!!"
    Guest: Travis L. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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Hayden Lake Travel Tips

Hayden Lake Vacation Rentals in Stunning North Idaho

Hayden Lake vacation rentals in Kootenai County are located in the stunning panhandle of North Idaho. This popular vacation area attracts visitors for its clean, clear lake and wonderful sandy beaches, set among the mountains. It is easily accessible from Interstate 90 and the main north to south access is found on US Highway 95. To fly here, visitors will find Spokane International Airport a convenient access point. It is also conveniently served by both Amtrak and Greyhound.

The region is mainly forest, with over 2.5 million acres of land open to the public. Its thick green forests, snow-covered mountain, clear lakes and rivers provide a wide variety of opportunities for action-packed and fun-filled vacations. The region’s warm summers and snowy winters make it an ideal outdoors vacation area all year-round.

Hayden Lake Houses are Along 40 Miles of Shoreline

Hayden Lake vacation rentals are situated along 40 miles of shoreline, surrounded by forests ideal for outdoor activities. The lake itself has a large marina, two boat launching areas and a roped-off area for swimming at Honeysuckle. Enjoy a two-day course in fly fishing and spend your vacation honing your newfound skill. Or, head to one of the two local golf courses. Other outdoor activities here include rafting, kayaking, walking and biking. The nearby Spokane River is particularly good for rafting, with a variety of trips from a gentle and relaxing one to an exhilarating whitewater ride.

At nearby Coeur d’Alene, visitors can enjoy a variety of cruises from a quick cruise of the bays to a full day along the St. Joe River when trippers will be watching for birds such as ospreys and eagles and spotting the native wildlife along the shore. For those who want to see the National Symbol of America, the bald eagle, there are specific tours available. Coeur d’Alene is also home to the region’s largest theme park at Silverwood Theme Park & Boulder Beach Water Park.

Visit Canada From Your Hayden Lake lodging

This is an excellent region for day trips, with a variety of interesting and scenic outings within easy reach of Hayden Lake houses. For a great day trip to British Columbia, travel along US Highway 95 to enter Canada at Kings Gate. Make sure to bring your passport! Another scenic drive is to circle Lake Coeur d’Alene, where visitors will cross Veteran’s Memorial Centennial Bridge which is 300 feet above the valley. The views are stunning. Along your route is Beauty Bay where winter visitors may want to stop and watch the bald eagles soaring across the sky. Another great drive is to Silver Valley where visitors may explore the oldest building in Idaho, the Old Mission at Cataldo. Also, stop at the Staff House Museum in Kellogg to learn about the region's mining industry. Here, visitors may also want to detour to Burke, not quite a ghost town but almost! Add an extra 13 miles to your trip and cross the border, so now you have been to Montana too! At Wallace, visitors will find the Sunshine Silver Mind Disaster memorial which commemorates the death of 91 miners killed in 1972.

One of the main attractions of the area is the wonderful hiking, and visitors will enjoy the wide variety of trails around Hayden Lake lodging. June is huckleberry season and visitors are welcome to pick these tasty little treats along the trails. It is worth bearing in mind that some of the local residents are also fond of huckleberries. It is the primary food for local grizzly and black bears. Wise hikers will not compete with the locals for the pick of the crop!

Hayden Lake Houses With Everything Needed for a Great Vacation

Choosing the perfect Hayden Lake lodging could not be easier with a wide variety of great properties in wonderful locations. These properties come with glorious views of Hayden Lake. Each is individual, with everything you need to make yourself at home. Properties are packed with features such as BBQs, fully equipped kitchens, comfortable bedrooms and lots of space. Many include the luxuries that add that extra something to an ideal vacation rental, such as wireless internet access and full entertainment systems.

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