The Drive way at my RV Storage Building in Pinehurst Id. 83850. Driveway is about 50' long 20' wide is back in or drive-in. 20 amp. or 30 amp. power is available, water in summer. Now that we are retired we are traveling a lot more, so it would be a hit and miss when we can provide camping. Camping will only be available when we are home and not traveling.
Paved Road one block off main street in Pinehurst, Id. Less than 1/2 mile off Interstate 90 exit 45.
My wife and I travel South Sept. thru April. May thru Aug. we camp a lot locally but can accommodate guests during theses months.
Cour d Alene River scenic drive from Kingston to Wallace about 40 miles then 18 miles back to Pinehurst on Interstate 90.
Wallace is town to visit. Mine tour. A bordello tour. 2 beer breweries. A lot of shops and old buildings to look at.
We really enjoyed our stay at Eric and Patty’s! It was very easy to find and very accessible. Eric was there to meet us and provided 30 amp service and water that was much appreciated. He and Patty gave us some great tips on local places to visit that did not disappoint. They came by to visit and have a glass of wine with us (Eric had a chelada!) and we enjoyed sharing traveling stories. We would love to come back someday when we’re in the area! Thanks Again! Ray & Denise
Althou they just returned from a trip to Alaska we were greeted and made comfortable to park at their location .
Had meet Idaho Miner for short period but it was a good and comfortable stay.
The location was easy to access, the host made it very convenient with a spare 30amp cord and hose. Our kids loved the driveway, grass, and garden.
We had a nice stay here and would definitely recommend it. The host was very kind and gave us some good tips on things to do in the surrounding around.
Due to the summer heat, we (and the dogs) were very thankful for the electrical hook-up. Plus, they had raspberry bushes, and let us pick our fair share. So fun! It's about a 35-40 minute drive to downtown Coeur d'Alene.
We had one of the most restful stays yet with Eric and Patty. From the very beginning they made us feel welcomed and relaxed. They started by meeting us at the local Wal-Mart to make sure we made it safely to their parking spot. Then they stayed and showed us the ropes, all the while talking with us, asking questions, and engaging all five of us, especially the kids. Before we went to bed later they swung by again with fresh baked cookies! What a warm (and delicious!) welcome. We only regret not getting to spend more time with them, learning more about their beautiful garden, and their own adventures on the road. We'd gladly stay their again, and host them at our home if given the chance!