8/28 Gravel road back to campsites. We ended up just camping in the main area by the lake trail loop as the road gets progressively worst after & didn't want to drag our rig down there. Stayed here as an easy spot to get here outside Spokane.
This area is a fairly popular day use area, and the camping area is quite open with one vault toilet. However, it's a great place for those wanting to get an early start viewing wildlife at the ponds, and there's even a blind. It accesses some 8,000 acres of BLM land spreading over the channeled scablands with many trails for hiking and horseback, and decent hunting in season. It's also interesting to explore the old homestead site. and there are picnic tables and viewpoints. Since this is BLM land, you may share your space with some grazing cattle, and remember to keep the gates closed.