Lodges for sleeping & meeting

Spirit Lodge

  • Accommodates up to 32 guests in 12 sleeping rooms – 8 with two single beds, 4 with one double bed, one twin and two single top bunks. All rooms have a view of Lake Coeur d’Alene.
  • Restrooms are located in the upper and main floor hallways. These are designed for one person to use at a time. There are two shower rooms and two toilet-sink rooms in each hallway.
  • First floor is wheelchair accessible.
  • Meeting room for up to 30 with spacious view of the lake, tables & chairs, wood burning stove and coffee bar
  • Small open gathering space for 6-8 in upstairs hallway
  • Full kitchen with dishwasher for snacks and light meal prep
  • Outdoor gathering areas with seating for 15-20 on two sides of the building, one of which faces the lake
  • Crowe’s Nest – Tucked under the first floor is a small studio-style unit with double-bed, kitchenette, and full restroom. It has an electric “fireplace/stove” and windows on two walls. This is a nice space for a retreat leader or chaplain for a group in Spirit Lodge. Noise is a consideration.

Syringa Lodge

  • Accommodates up to 17-18 in 8 sleeping rooms, each with its own sink, toilet and shower. Seven of the sleeping rooms have 2 single beds each, one has two singles, plus one king-size bed.
  • Small meeting space for up to 8-10 people, with kitchenette and gas fireplace.
  • This lodge is located across the street from main camp and has views of wooded areas, as opposed to the lake.

Ford Cabin

  • Technically a cabin, but truly so much more! Built in 1926, this building includes beds for 4 (one twin, one double, one bunkbed), a restroom and small kitchen.
  • The spacious great room includes a dining/gathering table for 6-8, sofas and library. Much of the furniture is vintage and dates back to the time when this was the Ford Family’s private cabin. The land and cabin were donated to N-Sid-Sen.
  • The covered front porch accommodates 10-15 in vintage wooden rocking chairs.