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The Place to Play, Coeur d’Alene Place

Coeur d’Alene Place is home to several parks, trails, and greenbelts that make it a wonderland for all who call the neighborhood home.



Bluegrass Park is the largest and most centrally located park in the Coeur d’Alene Place. Several acres of open grass incorporate a disc golf course and gazebo that can be rented for parties, picnics, family reunions, and other outdoor occasions. The play area consists of a jungle gym and swings in a fenced area with bark. Bluegrass Park also has a splash pad, open seasonally of course, and a basketball court. The entire park is surrounded by a walking trail that connects to additional trail systems.

Sorbonne Park is the next largest park. With plenty of open grass area and a new play structure, this park serves the northern additions of the Coeur d’Alene Place on Sorbonne Drive.

Green Belts

Garden Parc is a green belt area within the gate Parc Rose area. This area hosts an open grass area, trail, and garden plots that can be reserved on the Coeur d’Alene Place HOA website.

Another greenbelt can be found directly across from Bluegrass Park and is notably the largest in the neighborhood. Greenbelts are for public use by owners within the Coeur d’Alene Place and their guests and they are maintained by the HOA.


All trails within the Coeur d’Alene Place act as their own internal system as well as connecting at the border of the neighborhood to more expansive trail systems. The Prairie Trail connects on Atlas Road near Coeur d’Alene Place Storage. This trail borders the Coeur d’Alene Industrial park, past the Landings Neighborhood and currently stops at Heutter Road until additional development. The Centennial Trail connects to the Coeur d’Alene Place on Kathleen Avenue near Woodland Middle School. This non-motorized trail ventures through North Idaho and Eastern Washington. From the Coeur d’Alene Place the North Idaho Centennial Trail will connect you to Riverstone and even Downtown Coeur d’Alene.

Whether you’re looking for a good running route, a bike friendly trail system, or recreation areas for kids and adults alike, you’ll feel right in place in Coeur d’Alene Place.

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