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Sam Owen did not disappoint! We had a huge, level spot (#56) at the end of the campground (not all sites are so level). A little tight to get into with a 40’ 5th wheel, but doable. The lake is just a very short walk away (great paddle boarding!) and though there is no cell service within the CG,…
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Very fun spot to camp. There is lots to do nearby fishing, riding atvs, swimming in the creek. There are bathrooms nearby and Idaho city is right down the road if you need anything. Yes the road noise is a annoying at times if your right by the highway but you get used to it.
Lovely campground, close by Sandpoint, nice hosts, late checkout (2pm), hot showers.
Be on time, gate closes between 10pm and 7am
Beautiful. On the lake. Secluded in the forest. How is this place free?
For the locals… it’s like tubs hill and CDA lake but no people. Amazing.
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If you got a boat, get to Priest Lake. The waters are a little cold but crystal clear and on a clear night, you’ll see the bulk on the Milky Way.
They had just recently done overgrowth clearing for fire prevention and had only finished the large object cleanup. The ground in the campsite consisted mostly of burnt slash pile ash and branches that had yet to be cleared. Incredible views and right on the water
Nice place spacious spots. Our spot #40 had an incline we had to lower the front end of out trailer to its lowest point to get it level. Little road and train noise. No playground for kids. Though it had a great stream running next it kids were able to play in it could float down it also. Host was…
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We had a great time. This park is not far from our home,so we have come here a handful of times. The park is clean, and well taken care of. We have a favorite spot. We hiked the Round Lake trail. It also was very well maintained.
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Small campground with sites right on the lake. Gorgeous lake. Stunning views.
The website is accurate: campsites are primitive, there is at least one boat ramp, there are two islands when the water is high, and there are several picnic tables scattered over the islands.
The boat ramp we took was more than a half mile from the island. The turn-off from the highway wasn’t…
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I been through the area a couple times on quick trips,I always wanted to return and explore the area without knowing much about it and the people were very helpful. Yes they told us how to get to Ross Creek Cedars and Kootenai falls (go early), absolutely stunning! I also found Libby Dam, we sat…
Swung by here yesterday (late Dec) after calling to confirm hookups were still functional. There was only one hookup spot plowed, and it’s connectivity was not stable. We decided not to stay as our Tesla kept reporting electrical risk every 10 minutes. Not worth the risk to car camp when it’s 18…
We stayed here mid-September, 2020. It is close to the Ross Cedars just up the narrow road. This is a wooded campground where not much light gets in. But, it feels woodsy, no claustrophobic. We were worried about grizzlies but the camp hostess said there weren’t any there. This is a USFS campground…
We entered the trail from the South Entrance. There’s a lot of trails that criss cross around the trail head entrances (there’s a few places to get on it). There was one steep grade on a sandy hill. We had to cross water (14 inches) which resulted in a pair of wet socks for me (I came prepared)…
Stayed here for a few days back in June. Since I've been lucky enough to be able to work remotely, I just needed to find a campsite that had cell reception so I could tether my laptop, and this one does (at least on Verizon).
It has a lot more to offer too though, as the lakeside location is…