Kelsey G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 27, 2020

Close to Home

I just stayed at this campground for the first time over the weekend. Arrived Friday night after work and left on Sunday. Despite being a small campground, there were still 3 sites available when we got there on Friday, and 2 sites open at the end of the day on Saturday. It was $27/night to camp there, plus $10 extra if you have additional vehicles. You also need to have a Discover Pass. There is a nice bathroom with a sink and 3 flush toilets (I can only vouch for the ladies room, didn’t see the men’s). The sites are pretty close together and there really isn’t a lot of privacy, but it’s still a nice campground. There are tons of lovely hiking trails on Mt Spokane and there were plenty of people out enjoying it over the weekend. There’s a very nice hiking trail right across the road from the campground that has great scenic views along the way and lots of wildflowers. The peak of the mountain is a short drive from the campsite and I absolutely recommend driving up there to watch the sunset. What a view.

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