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My husband and I wanted to stay here because it looks like a nice place to stay awhile. However, the online reservation form only allows for 2 dogs. We have 3. So, I called because some campgrounds allow 3. The man I talked to asked how big the dogs are and I told him. He said that since they were…
Nice small campground, quiet at night, good spacing and foliage between sites. Camp host was very nice. Some sites first come, others reservable. Would stay again.
Beautiful BLM area! Plenty of drive-in areas and tons of land around the lake to access. The single vault toilet is down at the lake, but helpful if needed. We will be back!
As a Spokane local, I spend a lot of time in riverside with my family. We thought a night camping there would be a fun way to wrap up spring break. The bathhouse is dated but clean, the access to hiking and biking is fantastic, and there are nice sandy swimming holes just down at the river. The…
This RV park is right in town near all the local amenities. Lots to do here, hiking, boating, swimming. There are nice shade trees and nice space between campsites.
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This is my second visit to Liberty Lake Regional Park. After 4 years, it’s still a great park, if a little older. There are about 18 RV sites, all with water and 30amp electric, and 2 full hookup sites up on the hill. There are also about 15 tent sites, and a group site. The road coming into the…
Just started using it . 😁 So far
Beautiful park right on the Spokane River with lots of hiking. Very clean and well maintained. The park rangers were friendly and helpful. We will stay here again!
This is a nice park and the western most point to the Centennial Trail, but there are no campsites and it is not allowed. There is nearby camping connected to the Riverside State Park system.
Fun spot. I have only boat camped it. The docks offer mooring and a porta potty at the lower part of the campground. Steep but doable hike from the water up to the RV campsites. Some campsites offer incredible views looking south over the lake. For better Lake camping look up Mica Bay Boaters…
Pulled into the campground late at night. It was snowy so we were the only ones. We were able to pull off beside of the bathroom. There were 2 picnic tables/fire rings off to the side. Nice lake when waking up. Would explore other options next time but is nice if you’re in a pinch.
Not a formal RV site but has space to fully set up with anything you have.
This is not a free spot, and closes earlier in the fall season.
It costs extra for extra spaces. Dirt roads leading up to the sites.
We managed to find a lot of blackberries. There’s no trash areas so you need to pack…
Not the best place to hang out, unless you are attending an event here.
The RV map I included makes it look a lot nicer than it is, but it’s not terrible. By biggest complaint is that there are few trees.
It’s a reasonable size plot of land where you can park your RV.
They do not allow tent…
These sites have all the usual things I have come to associate with an average campground: Fire pits Benches
When I went, we made a reservation before hand. I recommend doing this as it seemed there were reservation tags on most sites.
I was able to get some views of the water and did some…
The restrooms here are some of the cleanest of the campgrounds in the area.
This camp site is not open year round but I’m not exactly sure when it closes. I came here to do some late fall camping and it was closed.
But I have been here on two other occasions, as it’s close by and often is not…