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Cloverland , WASHINGTON

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A family favorite

Beautiful setting. Nice campsite options, tent, RV, and yurt. Nice place to ride bikes, fish, hike, and relax.

Clean, convenient, near water

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 setting up a comfy patio. That said, the fire pit area is perfect size.

The center of the loop is for groups, so noise is centralized. Other than that, good space between sites and all are pretty level and paved.

The hiking trails are great with lots of options for easy hikes by the water or tougher ones up the mountain. Either way, you can’t go wrong. The noise on the river from jet boats was mild as it is only end of March.

Great Verizon coverage at site and on trails.

Beautiful Camping!

This is a backpacking trail. The first half mile is difficult but then the trail levels out and is easy for many miles. There’s free dispersed camping sites starting after 4.5 miles down the trail. There was wood on site when we went in July 2020. It is possible to get to the water (if you have a hydration filter pack), but it’s not a beach like shore. I did swim, and the water gets very deep very quickly off the first two campsites. This was my favorite trip this year so far, as it was a good challenge with very rewarding views.

Hidden gem

We were so surprised by this sweet little area right off our journey south. An excellent place to stop for a hike, camp or just a simple stretch on a long drive. Well maintained, private, clean restrooms and showers

Beautiful site, but the trash..

The camp sites are prefect. Enough privacy in between, nice amount of room. The trash surrounding the lake was rampant. Great fishing, shore or water- lots of access. The road to the campground was dirt gravel, easily drivable even for the smallest vehicles. Some sites accommodated RVs. There was dispersed sites across the lake- instead of turning into jubilee itself continue straight.

A family favorite

There are 46 water and electric sites and 22 standard sites. Most sites are wooded and private. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The lake is perfect for kayaking and fishing. Only 45 minutes from Lewiston, ID, Winchester Lake State Park is becoming one of our favorites!

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.

Quick river access

This campground was a really fun trip! We had sites 13 and 14 for 9 total people. If I were to do it again, I’d reserve one additional for that size of group. The campsites were on the smaller size. Site 13 had significantly more shade than site 14. It was very hot when we were there, so we pulled the table from site 14 into 13 and made that our hangout area and put all our tents into site 14. We had cell service here too, although we all kept it in airplane mode.

Best feature: River is so close to hop in. There is no super easy walk in route to the river that we found. You may need to scramble over some stuff, so bring your floaties/chairs, but leave your rolling cooler or wagon at your site. The river is not very deep but that helps keep the temperature at an ideal. I highly recommend making sure you are wearing secure water shoes to help you get in and out. Some rocks were highly slippery.

Con: The bugs. Seriously. We were all eaten alive. We wore bug spray the whole time but it couldn’t keep them at bay. We had mosquitoes for sure but there were other bugs stinging us that left stingers in that we had to pick out… maybe yellow jackets? If you have severe bug allergies, I would not camp here. Bring your bug spray and your cortisol cream for sure.

The Most Camped in eastern Oregon

Jubilee lake is a beautiful densely forested mountain top man made lake in the Blue Mountains in Eastern Oregon. The lake water is semi murky in the muddy areas but clear and beautiful in the pebble beach areas. This body of water makes for a beautiful backdrop that glistens in the sun.

There are 53 designated campground spots with sporadic dispersed camping all over the road on the way in. The sites are non-reservable. The campground is semi primitive with some sites having basic water hookups, there are flushable and pit toilets both available.

The lake is chilly but swimmable from July - September. The camping spots are pretty spaced out and private. Some are very landscaped and fun to be in such as the dual level spots. Some spots are lake front, but most lake front is wild and picnic/day use.

This is a popular location for canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding. There is a 2.8 mile trail circling the lake with breathtaking views all along. A rope swing into the water awaits the daring, am easy 20+ ft arc with a variable drop.

2 weeks is the maximum stay, rvs and tents are both allowed inside, most spots can easily take a 32 ft trailer. Remember this is a very popular destination, so be on the look out for the spots on the way in, just in case it is full.

The Most Camped in Eastern Oregon

Jubilee lake is a beautiful densely forested mountain top man made lake in the Blue Mountains in Eastern Oregon. The lake water is semi murky in the muddy areas but clear and beautiful in the pebble beach areas. This body of water makes for a beautiful backdrop that glistens in the sun.

There are 53 designated campground spots with sporadic dispersed camping all over the road on the way in. The sites are non-reservable. The campground is semi primitive with some sites having basic water hookups, there are flushable and pit toilets both available.

The lake is chilly but swimmable from July - September. The camping spots are pretty spaced out and private. Some are very landscaped and fun to be in such as the dual level spots. Some spots are lake front, but most lake front is wild and picnic/day use.

This is a popular location for canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding. There is a 2.8 mile trail circling the lake with breathtaking views all along. A rope swing into the water awaits the daring, am easy 20+ ft arc with a variable drop.

2 weeks is the maximum stay, rvs and tents are both allowed inside, most spots can easily take a 32 ft trailer. Remember this is a very popular destination, so be on the look out for the spots on the way in, just in case it is full.