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Stayed one night with two other campers. The sites are designed for people with horses and RV's. Tent camping was a little rough but worked. Very dry area so expect dust. The stars at night were amazing.
Small quiet campground, very clean, fun atmosphere. Host was great and messaged us and made sure we knew how to get there. There is an airport near by but I only heard one plane during our stay! Would love to stay here longer next time!
This park has a lot of options. You can swim, boat, SUP, mountain bike, and hike. There are a few campaign areas. We stayed in Gilmore with a combination of tents and RVs there. The sites are nice and pretty well spaced out. The restrooms are well kept also. T-Mobile gets no coverage in the park.…
The surrounding area is beautiful with lots of hikes to go on that have beautiful views. The campsite area was clean including bathroom and showers. Water and electric hook-up all worked great (reserveamerica says site 49 does not have water but it does).
Site 49 is on the inside of the loop…
I found this free spot on another free campsites app. It’s right next to a National Forest boat launch, where there are 2 pit toilets. The campgrounds themselves are dispersed, with already human made fire rings. Some sites are next to the water (those were taken), I ended up driving to see what’s…
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We only stayed one night and didn’t use any of the facilities but the sites were spacious, all hookups worked, the campsite was very clean and well maintained. Everyone was very nice at check in and process was quick. Price was very reasonable.
We parked at the end of the road the gate was locked down to the water somebody had hung a dead coyote in the tree. people came and went all night long the water was stagnant and absolutely disgusting and smelled even worse
Not really a destination campground, although the old barn buildings are neat to look at, but nice if you're looking for a free spot by Spokane. A short drive from the highway on dirt roads manageable in any car. A few other campers but easy to find a spot. Pit toilet was fairly clean and good…
This is great for boondocking and we liked it. Be aware that its gravel road and bumpy in spots. We came upon a group that had high centered their airstream trailer trying to cross a small drainage ditch to access a site. You may need to do some tricky maneuvering to get into and out of some of…
We were able to get a campsite just a few days before our trip. That was great because this was a last minute plan. The campsites are very well maintained. Facilities and dump sites are super clean. The visitors center is close by.
Lots of dogs and kids. But it was surprisingly quiet at…
Packed up and left due to a belligerent and homeless vagrant. Small, beautiful lake. Uneven, rocky dispersed camping areas.
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The fishing area is closed for the season and there are no camping signs everywhere around it. Before you come there is a sign for the BLM land and you will follow that down. When you get to the end there’s a porta potty but the vault toilet is closed. There are no fire rings or tables but flat…
Stayed 3 nights in Snowberry Campground within Farragut State Park, Athol, Idaho. Thoroughly enjoyed the spacious site and privacy provided by the various trees and undercover vegetation. Great hiking trails around Lake Pend Orielle that offer spectacular views. Decent Verizon cell service as well.
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Farragut is a fantastic 5 star campground. Currently staying here at $40 a night. Went to book two more nights and found out they now charge out of state people double. My September stay will now be in Montana and I will skip Idaho completely. No gas, no food, no nothing.
Great place to stay if you’re going to Silverwood.