your Trail Rules - because "It's My Trail"
- Keep to the right of trail and pass on the left
- Alcoholic beverages prohibited
- Pedestrians have right-of-way
- All users remain on designated trails
- Do not block the trail
- Bicycle speed limit: 15 mph
- Maximum of two bicycle riders abreast at any time. If pedestrians are present, only single file riding allowed
- Pets must be on a leash
- Do not disturb plants or animals
- Pack-it-in / pack-it-out
- No structures, including vendor equipment, or organized events without required permits
- No motorized vehicles allowed on trail
- Camping is prohibited
- Marking or painting on trail is prohibited
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES PERMIT
Any group wanting to have a special activity using any part of the Centennial Trail must fill out a “Special Activities Permit.” Activities requiring a permit are any organized group event, such as marathons, triathlons/biathlons, bicycle rallies, walkathons, foot races/runs and etc.
A Special Activities Permit is available from any of the following locations:
Coeur d’Alene Parks Department
710 E. Mullan Avenue
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Post Falls Parks Department
Post falls, ID 83854
Kootenai County Parks and Waterways
10905 N. Ramsey Rd.
Hayden, ID 83835
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation requires a special permit to use the trail along the Coeur d'Alene Lake Parkway. This permit is available from:
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
2750 Kathleen Ave., Ste. 1
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
Current & Upcoming Projects 2016
We have met with the cities of Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls and the County to make this project happen. We are happy to announce that the bridge painting is completed as of late September 2016. Assure Painting took on the challenge of painting the bridge and installing North Idaho Centennial Trail across the span of the bridge over the Spokane River and it looks great.
Sealcoating of the Trail
The North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation maintains the health of the trail. In January of 2017 we will be submitting a grant in conjunction with Kootenai County for applying a sealcoat to the Trail and seal the cracks that run through the trail. Every 5-6 years we repeat this process.
The Prairie Trail Exension
It is a goal of the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation to extend the Prairie Trail to Meyer Rd. We will continue to work toward this task. Every mile of trail has an approximate cost of $175,000. Please become a trail supporter to help us attain this goal.