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Top 10 Campgrounds Near Sandpoint, Idaho

For wooded tent camping sites, head to the Idaho Panhandle National Forests. The fire pits at Green Bay are perfect for s’mores. At Sam Owen near Clark Fork, swim from the sandy beach and use the boat ramp. If you want to camp for free, head to Whiskey Rock Bay.

It is one of the largest and deepest natural lakes in the western United States with depths plunging more than 1,200 ft., in some areas. The best campground in the area located on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille. Urban parks are generally close to shopping, dining and fuel. If you want to be close to a city this urban location fits the mold. Trees – Trees are situated close to or around the campsites. These trees may be close enough to require care when maneuvering into and out of the camping spot.

The Northern Lights are truly one of the most spectacular shows nature will provide campers in the region. The City of Sandpoint RV Park is a small RV park located adjacent to the City Beach Park. It has 10, 40′ sites with water, sewer and 30A drosterhagen electric, 2, 40′ sites with water, sewer and 50A electric, and 9, 55′ sites with water, sewer and 50A electric. It offers short term rentals only; Mar 1 – Nov 30. Reservations are made online through the Parks and Recreation Department.

RV sites all come with full hookups that provide max amp electricity. Amenities are standard and include restrooms, showers, and a laundry room. During your stay, you’ll get discounted admission to the Silverwood Theme Park, and there are a few activities around camp, like a volleyball court and a playground for kids.

No matter how you like to camp, from big rig to cyclist to family tenting, we’ve got what you’re looking for. From our lake to nearby trails and waterfalls, outdoor activities abound. Conveniently located in the heart of North Idaho, 22 miles north of Sandpoint and 5 miles south of Bonners Ferry.

The largest rec area near Albeni Falls and operated by the Corps of Engineers, Riley Creek is one of the region’s hidden gems. Sat upon the Pend Oreille River, this campground offers tent and RV sites with water and electric hookups. Amenities around camp include a dump station, restrooms, showers, and trash pick-up.

Amenities are basic, including flushing toilets and showers. Springy Point has an onsite boat ramp, perfect if you’re visiting Lake Pend Oreille for jet skiing, water skiing, or sailing. Searching for a secluded campground along Lake Pend Oreille? Located 14 miles from Sandpoint, Trestle Creek provides only RV sites with full hookups and max amp electrics. Amenities are standard and include dump stations and drinking water spigots. Due to its isolated location along the lake, campers will have plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy outdoor activities like swimming, fishing, hiking, and more.