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If you got a boat, get to Priest Lake. The waters are a little cold but crystal clear and on a clear night, you’ll see the bulk on the Milky Way.
Perfect lake to swim in that is connected to a larger ski lake with a channel so there is not heavy boat traffic on the ski lake.
Good secluded campground. Dock to fish on. Not a ski lake
This place is great. Super rustic, tons of things for kids to get into, water was clean, power was solid.
Heads up, your cell coverage will be spotty here. (Bring a book). :)
Nice location geographically. Site #6 is especially wanted. Great mountain biking and paddleboarding area.
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As we drove through looking for the best spot we noticed there were several quality spots. We opted for a spot right by potters pond. It was very spacious and was walking distance from the dock and a toilet facility. However the toilet was very foul and we opted out of using it. The spots we saw…
A great campground with river access and boat launch. Site 16 and others feel my like a private campground trees in between each site and lots of privacy. limited to no cell service to get away from it all. Have fun exploring the area around with many outdoor attractions. Is on our calendar for a…
This place has showers and bathrooms which were great after a day floating on the river which is just a short drive away. Great tent camping with group camping available. Sites have a lot of room, table, fire pit, garbage can and easy walk to rest of campground.
My husband and I stayed here for our wedding anniversary. It's a huge private property with a lot of amenities at each site. Ours had camp chairs, table, bucket for water, fire ring, lighter. Very pretty views.
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This place is absolutely charming. If you need to stop on a long journey and don't want to find a spot to dispersed camp, you can find vault toilets here as well as a small swimming lagoon. Traffic noise is consistent but not loud or close enough to keep you up at night. Close to 6 camping spots we…
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We stayed here a week in late July. Weather was great for hanging out in the lake all day swimming and kayaking. We had no problem getting around in our 50 ft rig. We got 2 sites side by side for our camping partners. Nice grassy area for group activities. A thunder and lightning storm 1 night to…
Visited this park with our kids in the spring and it was so thick with vegetation, it was really hard to set up camp. The river was at flood stage so it was hard to access the water and have much fun because of the danger. Also because of all the rain, there was a lot of bugs and mosquitos. We…
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A quiet gem back in the woods with a lake perfect for kayaking or flyfishing. No motor boats and just a single trail that is a mile long, it has several generous sized campsites and a porta potty available. It does NOT have running water, but you can always scoot down to South Skookum lake to get…
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Found this campground at the end of the season right before winter. So quiet and nice access to the lake for fishing and kayaking. Rather close to the Canadian boarder and close drive to a variety of hikes.
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This place has whatever you are looking for in a campground. RV sites with full hookups for water/electric/sewer, there are outdoor or private indoor showers, it's ADA accessible, there's also a great outdoor kitchen and BBQ area. There are equipment rentals that are reasonably priced as well.