Here’s a Google map, followed by directions from I-90, and then a detailed view of N-Sid-Sen grounds.
Camp N-Sid-Sen is on the eastern shore of Coeur d’Alene Lake on Highway 97, about 9 miles north of Harrison, ID. The camp entrance is on the lake side of the road. There will be a Lady of the Lake sign set out so you won’t miss it. Plan on a 90-minute drive from Spokane to camp.
From the I-90 freeway, take Exit 22 (Harrison – Highway 97). Highway 97 is a winding road along the lake. Follow Highway 97 south along the lake for nearly twenty miles to milepost 77 (just over one and a half miles south of the Carlin Bay Resort).
For a slightly quicker (but less scenic) route you can take a left onto E. Burma Road (after about 16 miles on ID-97). E. Burma Road will wind its way back to ID-97 and then you have another 5 miles or so to go.