16 RV Parks near Cusick, Washington
Sep 2012 - $30.00
Wonderful Park! We go here at least three times a year. You can ride ATV's right out of the campground and access hundreds of miles of mountain trails or launch your boat and enjoy miles of the river. Just be cautious of spots 3-12...they are in a field and if you have neighbors it will be very tight (about 2 1/2') between rigs! But again, I recommend the park, a nice place to stay! - W. Bates
Jun 2012 - $35.00
Wonderful view, wonderful staff, nice area, nice people. We will be back often. - garnetsoul
Sep 2008 - $12.00
Dispersed sites in a fairgrounds located along Highway 20 on the west side of the highway. Cusick does not have much to offer but fairgrounds are located on the south edge of the community. There is a fairgrounds employee on site and entrance is at the North gate right along the highway. Very basic, inexpensive camping, with scattered water hydrants,and no RV dump on site. Some electric pedestals have 30/50 amp, and some 20 amp. only. Price is right and room for big rigs, but walking around to choose a site first would be a good idea, after entering the Fairgrounds. There are some nice shaded sites also. - run2
Sep 2011 - $17.00
The park is an ownership park and site rentals are by contacting an owner. The park is very nice with asphalt interior roads and level gravel sites. The park is next to the Pend Oreille River near the community of Usk, WA. Be careful with the directions to the park as your GPS will have you turn on Snow Berry Ln which is NOT correct. There is a large sign directing you where to turn. The park is rather remote and about 50 miles from Spokane, WA and Coeur d'Alene, ID. There are several sites for sale by owners. - James T
Jul 2009 - $35.00
We got a free week stay for visiting the Resort with the idea of purchasing a lot. As we had some trouble making up are mind they just let us stay until we decided. We bought a nice lot and are looking forward to spending most of the summer and fall here in the future. Everything about this place is nice. What it isn't is "OUTDO" resort. The people here are just great and the expansion plans are moving right along. - joe4golf
Aug 2007 - $35.00
Skookum Rendezvous is a "Planned Community" with lots for sale. Lovely setting with mountain and river views. The clubhouse is gorgeous, as is the indoor heated pool with sauna. Lots of places to walk but the Pend Orielle River is not swimmable at this time due to some sort of algae at their beach site. Sites are big enough for the largest rigs and in time there will be hundreds of sites, all with their own personal landscaping touches. Fun planned activities, there will be a golf course in time. We were invited to stay a week for free to visit the Park with the hope of selling us a lot. No sales pitch, nice managers and owners. We will return. - Daisy&Max
Aug 2015 - $33.00
Beaver Lodge is a rustic mountain resort with rustic cabins (with and without bathrooms), RV and tenting sites, an excellent small restaurant and small store/gas station. It is located on Lake Gillete about 25 miles (35 minutes) east of Colville on Hwy 20. Ownership changed last year and they are making great effort to have everything clean and make improvements. Staff was friendly although not very knowledgeable about the area and sometimes even the resort, e.g. the lady on desk didn't know that they served breakfast on the weekend, even though the outside lighted sign said so. Boats are available for rent and nice docks - great to sit, read and enjoy the lake. There are a few sites suitable for big rigs like our 37' 5th wheel. However, bring extra electric cables as the electric connection is at the front of your rig instead of in the middle or at the end - poor design by the last owner. - BandD
Aug 2015 - $8.00
Lovely little park. Stayed two nights and the first day I had the campground all to myself. Sites very well-spaced, several with lake views & access. Was unable to get a Verizon signal there. Will definitely return--hopefully when the air isn't filled with smoke as it has been in this area this month. - mockturtle
Jul 2014 - $16.00
Absolutely beautiful. We have camped here several times and return each year to the tranquil and peaceful alpine lake. It is the first campground heading west on the 20 from the tiny town of Ione. Bigger rigs may not fit, but our 30 foot trailer and long truck are fine. We have seen many large RVs. This pristine lake offers outstanding views of wildlife and serenity. A small boat ramp for non motor boats offers excellent fishing. Most of the 8 sites are level, lots of trees, fire pits, and a table. Pit toilets and food storage bins available for renters. Camp host drives through daily. During the week we are often the only campers so if you like privacy and wilderness on a paved road you will love this amazing Lake Leo. - Celeste T
Sep 2015 - $8.00
This is a beautiful little park with private, shady sites in the Colville National Forest two miles from Newport on the Pend Oreille River. A pleasant trail and boardwalk is nice for viewing the river and learning about the native heritage and local flora and fauna. This was my second stay here and it won't be my last. Verizon signal was good. - mockturtle
Aug 2013 - $16.00
This is a newly reservable campground located on the SW side of Priest Lake at Outlet Bay. The location is beautiful and the campground has been recently renovated. I just want to warn people that if you have a larger RV, be sure to pick one of the very large sites located in loops A or B. I say this because the roads in this campground are rather narrow and lined with trees, especially on loop C so it makes parking a larger trailer or RV more difficult. We had chosen site 23 in loop C and length-wise it would have handled our travel trailer fine, but it did not mention on their website how steep this particular site was and we ended up NOT being able to camp here after all due to the difficulty of properly and SAFELY leveling our trailer. If we attempt to camp here again, we will definitely choose one of the larger and more level sites just to be safe! Otherwise, I think we would have rated this campground much higher. It's proximity to the lake is great and the area is so beautiful. - Addicted Camper
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Huge park, 1/2 is Thousand Trails and 1/2 is KOA. We stayed on the KOA side, in a pull through with power and water. We were told they didn't have septic available at this park, but the pump out station is easy to access and to use.* Plenty of activities, especially for kids, some nice easy trails to hike, and reasonable rates to rent kayaks. The 'lake' is not much to speak of, but it was fun to toddle around in it in boat/kayak.
We were there on Labor Day weekend, and while the park was nearly full, it was so spacious it did not seem chaotic. Would stay there again (30 ft 5W) * I have been informed they may have FHU at some sites. Perhaps double check this with staff when making arrangements. :) - samchev
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Even though the campground is off the beaten path, the signage from Hwy 2 made finding the park quite easy. We had site 31 which offered a back-in pad with 30/50 amp, water, and sewer. Although the gravel pad was long enough to accommodate our 32 ft. trailer easily, the slope from back to front didn't allow us to use the sewer connection. Our drains are at the middle of the trailer and didn't want to position so far back that I would be imposing on the rear neighbors. There was also a tree in the way preventing us from opening the awning.
The park is huge, with 3 areas. One for KOA, one for Thousand Trails, and one mixed. Our site was very spacious side to side. We took advantage to the pool and hot tub which is located a short walk away. We did notice, however, some campers driving to the pool/rec building. We have kayaks but didn't use the small lake which we found not too inviting. We were hoping to launch our kayaks on the bigger Diamond Lake but could not find any public access. Instead we took an easy drive to Sandpoint and launched in Lake Pend Oreille.
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We took advantage of the Frisbee golf course and laundry facilities. Close by on Hwy 2 there is a terrific Amish bakery and store, but to get full groceries, you'll have to travel into Newport, 20 minutes away.
The were lots of activities for families with kids and very quiet nights. - HowieS82
Jun 2016 - $45.00
The campground is a shared concern with Thousand Trails and this review is in relation to the KOA side of the equation.
Although this is a very large campground with many sites they are spread out over a vast area and there is a great deal of open space. We had site # 31 which is a back-in equipped with 30 & 50 amp power, water and sewer drop. There is no cable connection but that wasn't important to us. Satellite is achievable because I saw a number of rigs hooked up to receive it. We could receive about 8 - 9 channels OTA.
The sites are crushed gravel and level from left to right but the row we were located certainly had a noticeable slope from back to front which took a bit of adjustment and levelling. Each site appears to be equipped with a picnic bench table and fire pit.
At our location we could pick up the wifi connection from a hotspot across at the office strong enough to review emails, write reviews and basic work. There is another hotspot up by the family centre and pool area.
The pool was large enough to accommodate quite a few people and was clean and well laid out. A short walk from the pool is the lake, not recommended for swimming but it is possible to hire canoes, paddle-boats and fishing boats.
We were here over the Fathers Day and there was quite a few children but nothing at all noisy or disturbing. There is a fenced dog walk suitable for the smaller breeds.
The laundry was $2 per load and $1.50 for a dryer. Six of each machines. There are several bathrooms dotted about the CG. The set near the main entrance are dated to the late 80' early 90's with veneered wood panels. Showers had privacy curtains. All appeared very clean and attended to several times per day.
Staff were polite and helpful, escorting us to our site and bringing the parcel that had been delivered on the day of our arrival. There is a camp shop but it has really odd hours of operation including closed on a Monday & Tuesday. - Hutch333id
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Not bad at all. No sewer hooks and mostly 30 amps but that worked for us.
Was very quiet the entire time we where there. My only complaint would be the dust roads. Would be nice if they treated them to keep the dust down. If you stay in the front section of the TT sites the dust seems to be less. There are plenty of sites that could accommodate our 40' MH. Pool appeared to be clean although we didn't use it. Nice little pond for fishing in. We'd stay here again. - jprisbe
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Clean park. No septic which is clearly stated once you arrive but not on Thousand trails website. Also there are only 6 or 7 50 amp sites and probably close to 50% of the advertised 300 sites are not available to members due to being KOA or extended stay sites. - Dani52
Jul 2016 - $1.00
TT area separate from KOA area. Other reviews had mentioned KOA section nicer, but TT has just renovated several sites to include 50 amp (no extra charge for now), and they are very nice. These are from about site 39 to 52. Was able to get satellite from site 47 but had to find a gap in the trees. The pool is small but nice. Has a small fenced dog area but long dog walk, and nice open areas. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jun 2016 - $15.00
The park is in a pretty area with a beautiful, reasonably priced golf course surrounded by large stylish homes and a small airport. We obtained a site in the newer area where we had open space for satellite. There is essentially no internet but Verizon Jet pack worked well. Nice walking area in nearby neighborhood. It is a very quiet and beautiful treed area up here. It is an old k but it is clean. The restroom only has one toilet in with the shower. - saturn7
Jul 2014 - $26.00
RV park beside the golf course, very nice golf course. The park has some very tight sites and some very large sites. All are full hook-up and the new sites are the larger. All are gravel and reasonably level. Weak WiFi, better at the clubhouse. Limited big rig friendly, back in sites. Sat TV only. Trees are now getting larger and now are providing some shade. Picnic tables, laundry, washrooms and showers. We will stay there again. (We are not golfers). - Retired Papa
Jun 2013 - $13.00
We stayed here with Passport America. It would not have been worth the regular rate for us since internet service was non-existent unless you were parked at the front which we were not. And we could not get satellite since there are tall trees lining each site in the direction of of satellite access. If you want to play golf and camp it's a good location. The course looked nice. We would not stay here again - Wingerty