Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $3.00
Rate reflects America the Beautiful senior pass. Very pleasant campground off SR 20 west of Kettle Falls. Some of the sites were apparently damaged in a windstorm this summer and lost a lot of trees but most are very shady. The first night there, I had the whole campground to myself. There is a paved 'accessible' trail along the beautiful creek [good fly fishing], about a mile and half long. Bear or bear in area. Saw fresh scat every morning but didn't see a bear. No cell signal and no garbage disposal so you must pack it out. Will definitely return to this very attractive and inexpensive NFS park. We camped at Canyon Creek--Colville National Forest (NFS) in a Motorhome.
This a a wonderful little campground with fairly large spurs. It is listed under Coleville National Forest and is about 27 miles East of Republic. We're 35' and fit (site # 6) just fine and were able to T bone the jeep in front of the coach. You can hear traffic during the day but by 9pm we found it to be quiet so you can get a good nights sleep. There are huckleberries everywhere in this campground. We picked enough to make a sweetened puree to go on our pancakes the next morning. On the opposite side of the loop from the pay station is a small creek with lush vegetation. We didn't see a trash dumpster or a water spigot which didn't matter since we just needed a place to spend the night. We would stop here again. We camped at Canyon Creek--Colville National Forest (NFS) in a Motorhome.