9 RV Parks near Lewiston Orchards, Idaho
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lewiston Orchards. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lewiston Orchards in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Very nice location on the Snake River. Lots of shade in sites, needed it because it was in the high 90's low 100's. Staff was friendly and helpful. Bathroom and shower was cleaned daily. Close to town if you need supplies. You can visit museums or take a boat trip up the canyon, or just go swiming at the beach. We had electricity and water but no sewer....my fault. Worth a visit. - RobBob50
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Great spaces in the A Loop. Lots of space and restrooms were conveniently located. Older foliage provides lots of shade in most sites.
Snake River is adjacent to this park and provides recreation opportunities. - grandflic
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Rate shown includes both tax and $5/day car admittance fee, as it is a state park. For Idaho residents, you can deduct this cost if you have an annual pass to your parks. We should always show/share all taxes and fees to get an accurate picture of costs for visitors. We track the actual cost per night of each stay. As such, this park jumped into the top 15% costliest stay. The park is nice, great power, very well shaded, and reasonably quiet. Deer roamed the park Site was reasonably level although I did raise my front wheels on blocks and the jack logs, treated wood, were filled with earwigs when we prepared to leave. The trails are nice, a visitor center for the Lewis and Clark expedition is nearby, and you have convenient access to major stores in either Lewiston or Clarkston. The Verizon data signal was excellent - had some phone issues (on both phones) on one day only. We would stay here again. Be sure to look at the actual campground map as the Reserve America map site angles are not exactly representative - we try to get an east west site to reduce solar gain, and the actual park map is more representative. - cherib
Jun 2017 - $57.00
Have stayed here many times but not in the last 2 years until this trip. Staff was helpful and very friendly. The park is in the best shape in a long time but the scrubs along the lake spots need to be cut much lower so the view is improved. The lake / river sites are the best and worth the extra cost. - Rosco
Jun 2017 - $55.00
Drawback was cable hookup was corroded and we were told to change sites after we were all set up. My husband fixed the connection himself. Sites are narrow access for 40 foot RV with tow. We chose a nose in to view the Columbia River. It was magnificent once settled. Lots of grassy area and our Labrador swam in the river. - User2627
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Neat, clean, well maintained park right on the Snake River. Well laid out to take advantage of the view. Several nose-in sites overlooking the river. Paved interior roads and parking sites with small concrete patios. Each site has a bench seat where the back tips into a picnic table for two. Hook-ups for water, sewer, and electricity are well placed, making set-up quick and easy. Lush, well kept grass at each site, plus at least one tree. Spaces are somewhat close together. In our case, when the slides were out, at least one of them was tight against the tree branches. Interior roads can be tight, but still manageable for big rigs. Check-in was fast, friendly and efficient. Laundry room was small (would be nice to have a sink and an overhead fan). Only four washers and dryers which doesn't seem to be enough for a park this size; although price to wash or dry was just $1.50 per load. This is one of five Premier Parks in Oregon and Washington and like the others we've been in, very much on the up-scale side of things. We stay in a Premier Park whenever we can. - boardman
May 2017 - $34.00
We had a great stay here. Our trailer brakes needed work and the helpful hosts here recommended a repair shop just down the road. It was a terrific idea, The RV park has clean washrooms and showers, gravel sites separated by wooden rail fences. Our site had a neat green square of grass with room for the picnic table and some chairs. A cable box provided by the office is needed to hook to cable tv. We found basic channels on antenna. Access and check and were easy. I would stop here again. Phone ahead as maybe there are limited sites for transients. - Darleen
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Since I last reviewed this park I'm gonna just give the pros and cons. We stayed a week.
Pros, very clean park, very convenient park to surrounding areas, very quiet park, laundry room very clean, rates are right in line I think is a good rate. The people staying here are either permanents or seasonal no problems.
Cons, I really can only think of one and it's not the fault of this park, but it seems to be the whole area. There is a distinct smell that when the wind changes that comes from the paper plant, that either is a propane gas or a methane gas or sewage all combined, but it is enough to make you stand at attention. This is my biggest complaint. You have no indication of when it's going to happen or what time, but it is definitely a stench you want forget and it could last up to hours. - monaco cruiser
Aug 2015 - $26.00
This is basically a trailer park with a proximally six spots throughout the park that are open for overnighters, three of them are right when you drive-in, one pull thru is by the office and there is a couple of backends somewhere. The park was quiet even though we were right by Highway 12. The price reflects a one-week stay +2 extra nights at Good Sam discount. There is a certain smell that comes through the park in fact the whole area either from the pulp plant or something that has almost a propane smell. We've stayed in the Lewiston Clarkston area and I've always stayed at the state park this time because of our size we had to get a RV park that accommodated our length. In all fairness to this park I would probably stay here again but I really did not feel like a part of this park because of our short-term stay and this happens sometimes when you pull into a more permanent full timers park. The laundry mat was clean and the office was accommodating. - monaco cruiser
May 2017 - $1.00
Didn't stay thanks to previous review about low branches. Went back to check it out. Branches much too low. We would not be able at enter or exit with a 34 ft. 5th wheel. Small, muddy circle of sites not inviting even if we could get in. Most sites occupied by what looked like longer term campers. Don't know cost, really. - Darleen
Oct 2016 - $25.00
As others wrote, 1st come, 1st served and because utilities for adjoining sites are together, 1/2 the sites either have to "drive in" or pull utilities under the RV. Most sites reasonably level but some need some work. Yes, there were large rocks at what must have originally been sites, but the 19 spaces clearly have numbers. However, if you pulled in late, I could see that might be confusing (however after reading this, now you know). The staff was very friendly at the hotel where you check in and go to use the nice lounge chairs and/or tables for WiFi. We did get several TV stations by air. Some noise from highway, but cooler so did not open windows. Very convenient for Lewis & Clark things in Spalding and Lewiston. Only a few sites had picnic tables. - BandD
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Didn't stay due to low, overhanging trees. - Heathersdesk
Jun 2017 - $45.00
This CG is right one the Snake River. Everything is top notch, but very reasonable. The best CG we have had on this trip. However the WiFi is the norm we find, hardly works. - Stan1
May 2017 - $45.00
Trees and Bushes had grown considerably since our last visit to this park. Sites close to the water (for example 32 -30 are considered "Zone 1 Water View" and the cost per night is more. However, if you are not in the very end (western most sites: 1, 20, 30 or 40) your water view will be likely be mired by your neighbors rig. The park has a very nice indoor hot tub and pool with water depths from 3 to 5 feet. Pool temp could be slightly warmer but the hot tub was perfect. If you follow the road leading under the big Red Wolf bridge, you'll find a road that leads down to WalMart. Costco is near there and the paddle boat American Empress docks in that area. When exiting the park, there is a sharp hump which your fifth wheel hitch may not like. We sneak out the emergency exit. Also take the Red Wolf bridge if you want to avoid down town which has narrow streets and dangerously low tree branches. Lots of them. In the past we have stayed at the other park but they were full. During the height of the RV season, I'm sure this park will be full also. The Hells Canyon park is located at the junction of two very busy roads. During the day, it's quit noisy. The "Dog Run" has a huge sign pointing to its location. It's there fenced but tiny. Your dog won't get much exercise in that tiny pen. Finally, the wifi is barely adequate. 0.27 MB down and 1.15 MB up checked with speedof.me on a sunny warm Sunday afternoon. But all considered, I'd return again if in the area. The area has few choices. - Larry J
Oct 2016 - $31.00
My wife and I suggest that the person in the office who placed us needs to be more congenial as a host. RV travelers get the first sense of the park from that individual. The park was well kept with very good sites and likewise level concrete. There is a small dog area and fenced to allow off leash, but many of the longer tenants seemed to avoid the area. Our site was near a busy intersection and quite noisy since it had no foliage or barrier reducers. Additionally, the wifi was poor most of the time even though there was a tower close. The poor wifi was probably due to many units using it and not well boosted from the main office. Overall, it was a nice park but has a few concerns noted that will keep us from returning. - mrbob4370
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Spent one night on return home from 2 weeks in the woods of Montana. We live about 125 miles from this park, felt it convenient for overnight after long drive.
Clean, great shade, water/elec/sewer all good. What we didn't like was paying a $3.50 reservation fee when we were "walk ups"!!!! Second night would be less, what a way to get more cash for a site. Also, not Corps of Engineers any longer!! No Senior discount!!! COE may own the property, but they have nothing to do with the operations.
Lots of day users on weekends, boating, fishing, swimming and sunning. Not a big problem except when they block the single lane entrance!!! - GLB
Jun 2013 - $26.00
Beautiful park on an island in the Snake River. Full hook ups and no annoying cell phone coverage or TV signal. If you want a quiet peaceful place to camp this is it. Staff was wonderful and stopped by multiple times just to visit and asked if there was anything they could do for us. Grounds and restrooms were perfectly clean and well groomed. They do water on certain days and the park workers come by to remind you and check to see that nothing will get wet. After dark the bugs do come out, but thats to be expected camping near the water. We can't wait to make it back here to camp again. - User3213
Sep 2012 - $26.00
We enjoyed our stay at Chief Timothy. The park was clean, had a very friendly manager, lots of green lawns and adequate privacy between the many pull through spaces. There are lots of trees and shade. The park is not modern or fancy but has full hook ups, paved roads and sites, as well as plenty of room for most rigs. There is no Wi-Fi and we could not get a 3G connection either. The park is located in a canyon like area so when vehicles travel by on the highway the noise can be annoying because it deflects off the canyon wall. When there is no traffic it is a very quiet and peaceful place. But again we were there in the off season and nearly had the place to ourselves. The manager said they get very busy during the peak season times so keep that in mind. We would come back. - ChrisO83
Jun 2014 - $24.00
This was one of our favorite places to visit on a trip through Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Utah. We really loved this park! I don't know why the other reviewer gave it 6/10, it's absolutely beautiful. I didn't see any algae in the lake, and there is a shortcut from the hook-ups campground to the lake. It's a short walk, cutting between the B & C loops (about a 200 foot walk). The fishing was amazing, with lots of bluegill and perch for the kids. I caught a 5 pound catfish, which was some work to bring in. We backed our 29' travel trailer and crew cab F-250 into our space without any problems, and it was fairly level.
There is a campground host in each of the three loops, and they sell firewood on site for $5/bundle. The store at the front entrance was nice also, with some apparel and some snacks for the kids. There are no sewer connections in the park, but the dump station is right outside the park, next to a convenience store (very easy to access and free). The store was very nice with lots of fishing gear, bait, snacks, drinks, etc.
The park sits at 3,900 feet, so it was very cool and comfortable in June. My wife says that Winchester Lake is her favorite park anywhere - and we've traveled about 9000 miles in our RV! I can't speak for maneuvering around in a 40' rig, as I've never owned one. However, we're about 40' long (truck and trailer) and had no problems getting into and out of the "B" loop. - Loki 1968
Sep 2012 - $12.00
We barely fit into Site #1 with our 40' motorhome because of trees and large boulders at the edge. We would not recommend this park for RVs bigger than 35'. The roads are narrow and curvy to maneuver. We had a site with no hookups and that loop was at the lake. The upper loop had electric but was not lakeside. Unfortunately, the lake was full of algae but fish were being caught. Gas motors on boats are not allowed but ATVs riding throughout the campground are allowed which made for a very noisy Labor Day weekend. There are hiking trails and the lake setting is pretty. There is a free dump station approximately 1/2 mile from the park. The electric loop had clean flush toilets and showers but the dry camp area had vault toilets. There are a lot of day visitors fishing here. Because of the site situation for big rigs we would not return. - nbi600
Jul 2012 - $24.00
Friendly staff! Lots of pine trees throughout the camp. Very clean restrooms and shower facility. Great fishing! Planning a another trip before the end of the season. Money well spent. - ZaZa
May 2007 - $12.00
This state park, in the southeast corner of Washington, is a lovely spot to get away from it all. There is hiking, wildlife watching, and nearby access to both the Grande Ronde River and the Snake River. The campsites are very private and secluded, but there are also facilities available for rent to large parties. - ravens3
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Very nice elks lodge RV place to park. You have six back ends that basically back up to the golf course but you're far enough away that I don't even think a terrible hacker golfer could hit your RV, so please don't let that be a deterrent for not visiting this lodge. Shared water, 30 amp plug-in and you are parked on grass . I only have one complaint and it seems to be my complaint on all these smaller parks that have multi use meaning not all our RVers, it's dust control you have a long driveway coming in and it amazes me the speed people can get up to knowing that all they have to do at the end of the driveway is parked their car, REALLY. I would say my recommendation to this would be get the site furthest away from the driveway which would be number one and that would help a little bit but overall this is a very very nice place to visit and I would definitely stay here again . - monaco cruiser
Oct 2013 - $18.00
An Elk Member only site. Six back in sites on the edge of the golf course. A little unlevel and a swale to back over. When you look at it you'll wonder if your rig can back in and get out again. My 43' rig did fine. Caretaker advised he was "turning off utilities" at end of week for the winter. Lodge and golf clubhouse is up the hill from the RV parking area. DO NOT DRIVE UP THE HILL! Friendly check in. Quiet and peaceful at night. - Bucky Beaver