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A lot of rules at this camp ground because it’s attached to a county park. No alcohol at all and they check Quiet hours are VERY strict even when no one else is by you. You can camp by the water but can’t swim by the camp ground only In designated swim zone
If you like being almost completely alone, this is your spot! They sites aren’t very huge and private, but that doesn’t matter because you will most likely have the whole campground to yourself. Only a fisherman or two may be there. The lakes crystal clear water is beautiful. There is a pretty nice beach if you take the trail down from the metal barn to the opposite end of the lake.
This little campground/RV resort is just off a freeway & lots of trains travel close by….BUT, if u live nearby & are up for a last minute camp trip, this place satisfies! I don't fish, but I'm told they catch em off the docks. The host keeps things real clean/nice looking, and I'll bet u can almost always find a spot for a tent, and without a reservation!
Stayed here for four nights. Arrived on Friday and it’s a busy, fun place over the weekend. Emptied out on Sunday and only a few campers left Monday and Tuesday. Electric and water hookups. Dumping for gray and black water on site. Wonderfully delightful camp host. Lot of opportunities for water activities except while we were there the lake had a toxic algae problem so we didn’t go in.
30 minutes from Spokane and just a few miles off I-90 this is a great area for winter and spring camping and hiking. The lake is open for winter season fishing but closes March 31. There is usually lots of day hike activity, but not much overnight camping.
There are no real amenities except an outhouse near the boat launch and dam. I believe this is part of the Fishtrap Recreation area and there are lots of trails that connect the lakes.
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.