Welcome to the home page for the Trails Division
Users can navigate this site to learn more about the miles of trails that lie within the City's parks, natural areas, and boundaries. From here you can find out more information on upcoming trail projects, become a volunteer, view pictures of trails, download trail maps, and view our Trail Standards and Trail Disturbance Ordinance.
The City of Coeur d'Alene has 50 miles of pedestrian and bicycle paths (including the Centennial and Prairie Trails), 64.5 miles of bike lanes, 5.3 miles of "Share the Road" bike routes; and 8.5 miles of hiking trails. The future will see another 25 miles of bike paths; 32 miles of bike lanes; 15 miles of bike routes, bike boulevards and shared roadways; and 2.5 miles of hiking trails. These paths are used both for recreation and for alternative transportation. The Parks Department is constantly striving to improve connections throughout the city.
Any group wanting to have a special activity using any part of the Centennial Trail must obtain a "Trails Permit." Activities requiring a permit include marathons, triathlons/biathlons, bicycle rallies, walkathons, and foot races/runs. A Trails Permit is available from the Coeur d'Alene Parks Department office at 710 E. Mullan Avenue, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, or the Post Falls Parks Department.
The City of Coeur d'Alene manages multi-use bike paths such as, the Centennial Trail, the Prairie Trail, The Atlas Trail, and the Kathleen Trail. We also manage natural areas with hiking and mountain biking trails such as, Canfield Mountain Natural Area, Tubbs Hill and Fernan Natural Area.
Are you in need of a bike but can't afford a new one? Click here to be directed to the Lake City Bicycle Collective Facebook page.
INTERESTED IN ADDING A BIKE RACK TO YOUR BUSINESS? HERE IS A LIST OF BIKE RACK MANUFACTURERS
COEUR D'ALENE IS A "SHARE THE ROAD" COMMUNITY
Tips on Commuting to Work
Click images for more info
Click the bumper sticker for more information
"Share the Road" magnetic bumper stickers are available in the Cd'A Parks Department at City Hall
-PLEASE WATCH FOR CYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS AND GIVE THEM EXTRA ROOM
Morning Walk On Tubbs Hill
Walking and Biking Art Tour Webpage
Maps and Brochures
Bicycle Friendly Community
Trails and Bikeways Classifications
Bike Commuter Calorie Calculator
Bike Safety Videos
Click here for a video of the Centennial Trail
Idaho Smart Growth
Idaho Pedestrian and Bicycle Alliance
Complete Streets Coeur d'Alene
Coeur d'Alene Pedestrian/Bicycle Committee Page
Coeur d'Alene Ped/Bike Blog
Coeur d'Alene Ped/Bike Facebook Page
Trail Disturbance Ordinance
2010 Coeur d'Alene Trails Master Plan
ADOPTED 2017 Trails and Bikeways Master Plan UPDATE
Throughout the years, volunteer groups have been an important part of helping keep our trails clean. If you or your organization would like to volunteer your time, please call Monte McCully at (208) 292-5766.