I was surprised to see that I was the last - and only one - to have reviewed this park. I've downgraded my rating a bit since the last time we were there though. The region suffered a huge windstorm awhile ago and many large trees that provided much needed shade were felled by the event. Now most of the sites are in direct sun which can make for a hot stay in this part of Washington state. I don't know if the layout of the park has changed from the last time we were there but this time I noticed that a lot of the sites are little more than a gravel pad with a picnic table and they are quite close to one another so that you have absolutely no privacy from your neighbor. These sites do have full or partial hook-ups however. In order to have some shade we stayed in the loop without any hook-ups and found it to be quiet, cool and peaceful. Each evening deer browsed on the grassy area in the center of the loop. The best sites are for those in tents and they are situated on grassy knolls with views of Curlew Lake. We would stay here again because the lake is pretty and there aren't a lot of other options in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a delightful State Park in northeastern Washington. The campsites are spread out through a grassy area above the lake and are spaced far enough apart that you don't feel crowded. Our site was a nice pull through with shade - good to have in summer in eastern Washington! The walk-in tent sites looked really nice as they are well dispersed on the grassy slopes above the lake with many of them having direct access to the lake and beautiful views. There is a nice nature trail that winds among the hills and past a little pond and marsh area. The park seems little known and was not very crowded at all. There is reportedly good fishing for rainbow trout in early summer. The park is open April through September. We camped here in a Motorhome.