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This Vista owned campground is first come first served. No amenities, no cell service. Pack in pack out. Camp host at the campground. Fishing, boating hiking. Beautiful area. There is a small store top of the hill. Nearest town is 10 miles away. Did I mention it is a free campground!. 14…
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Cute campground with plenty to do and lots of amenities. Canoe and float rentals, live music on weekends. Full hook ups, clean showers and laundry too. It was perfect for our quick stop over. Only downside was no fire rings.
Camp sites are a little tight but the services and amenities make it worth it. Hooks ups are nice and they have multiple. They provide canoes to borrow along with free fire wood. Camp store is stocked with some great supplies. Laundry was ok... Many machines were out of service. Overall a good…
This campground is nice, but right on a busy road. That makes it convenient but loud. Try to get a site in sections A or E. If in B, C or D try to get a high number (farther away from the road).
The coordinates for this campground are incorrect. The campground is located at the top of Priest Lake on the west side. The Google Map link is 85W5P4PR+83
Would give this campground 5 stars if it wasn't for all of the noise from i-90. It's a gorgeous little hideaway so close to the city!
Very nice small campground in Wallace. It is next to a creek with a clean bathroom. I stayed one night [tent} for $23.
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.
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 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 is a spacious, green campground surrounded by trees and greenery. Great for bike rides, fire pit cooking and hiking. There is a lot of space between campsites and it feels like you have the whole place to yourself. Great for kids, families and photography. This is a popular spot for…
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Not the best place to hang out, unless you are attending an event here.
The RV map I included makes it look a lot nicer than it is, but it’s not terrible. By biggest complaint is that there are few trees.
It’s a reasonable size plot of land where you can park your RV.
They do not allow tent…
This was the last stop on our 2 week summer road trip. We wanted something quiet in the trees, and this was perfect! There are some really great, secluded sites. Bathrooms were clean and well maintained.
Great spot to stay especially if you’re visiting Wallace for a festival or stopover. Within walking distance to charming downtown. Very friendly staff. Some spots border a small river. Pet friendly. All gravel spots with cabins in other side of the river. No laundry but restaurant and bar on…