This is a nice site that is know for its hiking trail. It is also close to play structure and small beach. It has paved/gravel roads. The road in was kinda sketchy if you are pulling a large RV. It is surrounded by a heavily wooded area that is very beautiful and well kept up.
I've lived in Spokane 3 years and just went up there to check it out. This is only about a 20 minute drive for me, so convenient. I go camping to avoid touristy locations. I was incredibly surprised to see how busy this place was! The tent sites are tucked in between cabins or on the outside loop of the Rv sites, leaving zero privacy! The rv sites were small and super close together. There is no dump station but it does have power and water. The bathrooms were clean with showers. The whole area was clean for the amount of people that were using the day use sites. The campground wasn't that busy though. Personally, I did not enjoy it and won't be back.
We spent 3 weeks at Liberty Lake Regional Park while visiting our son and grandkids in Spokane. The road in is a little narrow, but once in, it’s a great little campground. Most of the sites are fairly level. We stayed at 2 different sites over 3 weeks, and both were level. They are close together! They provide a fire pit if you want one. Picnic table, water and electric. The dump station is quite a drive, back out, up the hill. There is a clean shower/bathroom building and a beach within walking distance of the campground. While we were there the campground hosts did a fantastic job of keeping everything clean and tidy. Several hiking trails, including an equestrian trail, waterfall, fishing and lots of wildlife. There were deer in the campground every day, we saw moose, owls, pilated woodpecker, and hawks. We were there over July 4th weekend and they had a fireworks display on the beach.
Water is a bit of walk from camping area, but overall thai campground is great. Hiking, fishing, swimming. Is a great place to rent a cabin with children and enjoy nature close to city.
This is more flaming I would say you got the beach close by campsites are right next to each other got hiking trails
This is a relatively small county park that is neat and clean, and is a nice spot to pitch a tent or have a picnic. There is great hiking nearby, and a beach that is nice for young children.
For a regional park, my expectations were very much exceeded. My group was 2 people/3 dogs with a Class A Winnebago & an Outback. We spent several weeks between May-July. The camp hosts were amazingly nice and kept everything peaceful and clean. Staff are also readily available throughout the park. Not huge, but more spacious than many other sites, we had plenty of space to set a good area outside the rig without feeling like we were intruding on anyone else nearby. There's a nice bathroom/free shower and camp sink. Heading north from the campground, you can explore the canyon and hike up to a cedar grove. South of the campground is the day use area (sprawling and lovely lawn) with more bathrooms and a playground and tons of picnic tables with BBQ. The swim area is daily small, but enough. The dock at the swim area was great in the early part of the season - even caught a nice bass. As more people came in the summer, we used the dock to launch a raft to get around the lake for fishing.
The only downsides:
- the spaces are not level at all! We had the front wheels about 7in off the ground and we still weren't level. Our fridge wouldn't work bc of this which was a bummer but not killer.
- No site sewage. There's a communal dump station, but it's up a hill and not in the same loop as the campground. Plan to dump as you arrive and then leave. Try not to need to use it during your stay.
Great place to explore. Lots of hiking trails. Nice beach area for swimming. The camping area isn't really privet.