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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.

Love The Fishing

I always love camping and fishing the valley, this camping ground is free to use. It is very clean and has great fishing during trout season. Make sure you get here early if you have a rv or trailer during the summer as it’s first come, first serve and locals love the place.

Beautiful park near Pallose Falls

Awesome park near Dayton and Palouse Falls. Absolutely NOTHING, including cell service nearby, which made this open campground in a winter wheat field absolutely perfect!

The hosts/owners are good people, who are accommodating, and welcoming. Will definitely be back and enjoyed the gem.

Side note unrelated to park…. ran into the mother of all dust storms about 40 miles west of here near Othello and ended up posting up in Connelly. Added a day to the trip but was a sight to behold. Wow!!

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.

Wide open spaces

Finally a park where you have a little space between RVs. Full RV hook-up and internet for $35 per night. The owner drives through the park daily to say "Hi" and check on you visit.

Stop in and check them out!

Stopped for a snack

We stopped here to picnic on our journey. Spots were gorgeous, low trafficked, shaded, near water—an excellent stop

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

Fun

But crowded. Pretty cool to stay on an island though

Pleasant, organized RV park

We booked a last minute one night stay here. We checked in late and there were specific, thorough directions and information waiting for us. The management was very helpful and friendly. Our spot was by the water and walking path along the lake. The spot was paved with lawn surrounding. The whole park is clean and well taken care of. Good cell service and WiFi too!

Great camping on an island in the snake river.

This campground was developed in the 1980’s and has wonderful facilities including showers, store, laundry, many full hookup sites and plenty of space between pull through sites.

Chief Timothy Park sits on a 282-acre island on Lower Granite Lake in the Snake River. The Park is known as the gateway to Hells Canyon Recreation Area, the deepest river gorge in North America and an area of striking scenery, abundant cultural history and outdoor adventure.

We stayed in the second loop which doesn’t have hookups but the sites were beautiful.