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Very easy to find campsite. Plenty of space Fe our vehicle, a fire pit and grill area. Just overall a great experience.
This RV park is right in town near all the local amenities. Lots to do here, hiking, boating, swimming. There are nice shade trees and nice space between campsites.
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Super helpful staff gave us a sweet campsite. Lots of wildlife around and we were camped close to the trailhead. Great hiking and views of the river and canyon. Definitely going back.
This is a little Campground/Rv Park right off I-90. It has about 15 RV spots and a handful of tent sites with a fire ring. There are clean, warm bathrooms with showers and very friendly management.
Beautiful setting. Nice campsite options, tent, RV, and yurt. Nice place to ride bikes, fish, hike, and relax.
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We stayed in site #4 which was right at the end with glimpses of the Palouse through the trees and lots of space. You could easily set up 2 tents there. It was $15 a night plus $5 for an extra car. Nice campground, clean, trash cans at each site and a pit toilet. There’s a little trail at Kamiak…
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We stayed in Birch Loop for 2 nights. This was our maiden voyage so we opted for something close to a city as we were still setting up our camper coming out of winter.
Our spot was plenty long enough, but not as wide as I would have liked. There are two big trees on passenger side that prevent…
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Fun spot. I have only boat camped it. The docks offer mooring and a porta potty at the lower part of the campground. Steep but doable hike from the water up to the RV campsites. Some campsites offer incredible views looking south over the lake. For better Lake camping look up Mica Bay Boaters…
Great camping spot for families or anyone! Swing sets and slide for youngsters, horseshoe pit (when camp host is present), for older kids, large grass field for frisbee or football, big long docks for fishing or sunbathing...something for everyone.
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Big bay for tubing or…
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Pulled into the campground late at night. It was snowy so we were the only ones. We were able to pull off beside of the bathroom. There were 2 picnic tables/fire rings off to the side. Nice lake when waking up. Would explore other options next time but is nice if you’re in a pinch.
I visited but did not stay here because I could not hang my hammock at the sites.
Overall I found the area to be nice, especially the day use areas. I would plan a bbq here in the future and plan to return if they are still open when I’m done with my backpacking years. It looked very…
I came here to hang out during a logging sports event and I really enjoyed the doc area where I sat with my feet in the water. We did not swim (except my dog), but we enjoyed the landscape and the lush green grass they were growing.
I do want to camp in this park but we were camping at another…
This spot is killer! A tad pricey but it’s really oriented towards RV camping so it’s not that surprising.
Not a formal RV site but has space to fully set up with anything you have.
This is not a free spot, and closes earlier in the fall season.
It costs extra for extra spaces. Dirt roads leading up to the sites.
We managed to find a lot of blackberries. There’s no trash areas so you need to pack…
These sites have all the usual things I have come to associate with an average campground: Fire pits Benches
When I went, we made a reservation before hand. I recommend doing this as it seemed there were reservation tags on most sites.
I was able to get some views of the water and did some…