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Biggest complaint- road to get there. You do have to walk to your site but it’s not far. Views are magical. Water is crystal clear, you feel secluded and safe!
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The camp hosts were rude and seemed more interested in sitting on their backside versus doing their job. The campsite had trash in the fire pit and around on the ground. It was grossly overpriced at $62/night. The only redeeming quality was the warm shower in a relatively clean bath house.
This park has a lot of options. You can swim, boat, SUP, mountain bike, and hike. There are a few campaign areas. We stayed in Gilmore with a combination of tents and RVs there. The sites are nice and pretty well spaced out. The restrooms are well kept also. T-Mobile gets no coverage in the park.…
We only stayed one night and didn’t use any of the facilities but the sites were spacious, all hookups worked, the campsite was very clean and well maintained. Everyone was very nice at check in and process was quick. Price was very reasonable.
Very nice well kept campground on the east shore of lake Pend Oreille. We visited in 2021 September. A lot of trees have been cut down and cleared out from a giant wind storm last year. The storm crushed cars and campers. All cleared up and nice now. Most spots are still shaded and very close to…
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This is a parking lot on a gravel road very close to the highway along Lake Pend Oreille's eastern shore. There is a boat launch. It is where the Clark Fork River empties into the Lake. It is managed by the Pend Oreille Wildlife Management Area office - the "Panhandle" office. It is free and first…
Quiet peaceful spot
Easy to find & plenty of short noticed camping sites available.
Beaver Lodge was a pretty good first spot. The spot we had for a 29’ was a little tight but there was enough room between the RVs. Problem we had was that much of the grounds were empty but we had a camper on either side. Also, the hookups were not in good spots. The electric was at the front…
Stayed 3 nights in Snowberry Campground within Farragut State Park, Athol, Idaho. Thoroughly enjoyed the spacious site and privacy provided by the various trees and undercover vegetation. Great hiking trails around Lake Pend Orielle that offer spectacular views. Decent Verizon cell service as well.
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Farragut is a fantastic 5 star campground. Currently staying here at $40 a night. Went to book two more nights and found out they now charge out of state people double. My September stay will now be in Montana and I will skip Idaho completely. No gas, no food, no nothing.
Great place to stay if you’re going to Silverwood.
Very nice lots. Lots of grass and trees, nice convenience store.
Great campground and services. Pull thru with electric and water.