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Mica Bay Boater Park

This unique boat access campground has 16 tent camping units, two mooring docks, a swimming beach, three picnic units, a group picnic shelter, vault toilets, drinking water and playground equipment. This is a first-come, first-serve, self-pay campsite and boat dock, and the campground host is available to assist visitors with the self-pay kiosk. Dogs are allowed at the site but must be leashed or controlled.

Directions: About 7 miles south of Coeur d'Alene by boat: primary access is by boat - no public vehicle access. Visitors may walk in a short distance on a gated service road. Take Highway 95 south from Coeur d'Alene for 8 miles, go an additional 2 miles by turning left on Putnum, right on Tall Pines and right on Loff's Bay Roads.

Facilities/Fees:

  • Developed campground
  • Group Picnic Shelter ($30 reservation fee)
  • Campsite and mooring docks: $10/boat/night
  • Boat Camping: $10/boat/night
  • $1 for each additional person (over five people)
  • No alcoholic beverages allowed
  • No garbage collection - pack out trash
  • Drinking water
  • Mooring docks
  • Picnic area
  • Vault toilet
  • Use Season: Year-round
  • Beach

the mooring dock at Mica Bay Boater Park