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Lots of amenities

This reservoir camping area has many amenities which make it nice. Great docks on the water, swimming, fishing, bathrooms, trash cans, and even a fish cleaning station. I like how the RV sites have water and electricity unlike most campgrounds in the area. This campground is located conveniently near Troy, and is about a 25 minute drive to Moscow. There is also a large Pavilion which is perfect for a large get together.

Nice depending on when you go

This can be a nice place depending on how busily you catch it. The water is clean and nice through most of the summer, but towards mid-August the trash can pile up a bit. The hike is nice and there are good ammenities (trash collection, picnic table, shelters). Decent bird watching here. I always see a Great Blue Heron and often eagles as well!

Windy and crowded (but there’s fishing!)

Not particularly fond of this overrun spot. Great for families with littles. Sites are on top of each other apart from a few scattered around the res. Wind kicks up so high it’s hard to make a campfire last

Fun place

Good place for fishing and day picnic.

Fun place

I love to come here on a day trip when I need to relax outdoors

Palouse get away

Easy Night get away. Fun places to go hammocking.

Decent base camp area

Camp is decent with a few spots for smaller RV or campers - pit toilet - trees surround - high clearance vehicle recommended - steep in places

You can explore a few miles on the roads by UTV or by pickup while exploring the Salmon River drainage or the Snake River drainage. Traveling to Pittsburgh Landing and Kirkwood from here is considered a short day ride.

Steep terrain surrounds the area

Unit 18

A lot of cattle ranching in the summer and mostly hunters In the fall.

Forest service maps are recommended for travel since a lot just circle back to start, mostly on road, little access for off road travel.

Seven Devils

17 mile drive from roadway. Not recommended for any type of trailer; road can be difficult and is pinched in portions to single lane (substantial change in altitude from valley floor). Great hiking, fire lookout manned during portions of the year, vaulted toilets, check with ranger station on road condition before mid June.