Granite Lake Premier RV Resort is located at the confluence of the Ske and Clearwater Rivers. The grounds are beautifully landscaped lawns, and there is a barbecue pavilion. There are 17 miles of hiking and biking trails along the lakeshore.
Granite Lake Premier RV Resort is a highly rated Good Sam RV park in Lewiston-Clarkston, ID. It is close to golf courses and has a great dog park. The amenities include an exercise room, a gift shop, fishing for steelhead and salmon, fire pits and big box stores within walking distance.
“We stayed overnight. The staff was friendly and accommodating. Our site was spacious and clean. We really enjoyed the walk along the Clearwater river. Well worth the rate they charge.” – Ron, Google review ”Love the grounds, view, sites, convenience, and especially like the staff…Jackie, the mager is amazing! Our favorite place to stay BY FAR when we are in the beautiful L/C Valley. Highly recommended!” – Kathie, Google review
Hells Gate State Park is located at the entrance of Hells Canyon. The deepest canyon in North America, it was carved by the Ske River. Local wonders include the 14-million-year-old basaltic columns and Nez Perce archeological remains.
Hells Gate State Park offers a huge selection of outdoor activities including water sports, wildlife viewing, and jet boat trips into Hells Canyon, fishing, biking and disc golf. There are trails for hiking, horseback riding, and biking. The Lewis and Clark Discovery Center is worth seeing.
“Physically beautiful state park perfectly set along the east bank of the Ske River. The campground is huge and well maintained. All sites have electric and water service, but not sewer service. Weekends are busy. Best to schedule a stay during the week. While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the displays at the park’s visitor center.” – Thomas, Google review
Hells Canyon Resort is open year-round. It is a Lewiston-Clarkston, ID, campground that is on the banks of the Ske River. It is a good base from which to explore the tural sites in the area.
Hells Canyon Resort is a highly rated Good Sam RV park in Lewiston-Clarkston, ID. It is close to shops and restaurants and has a mari where you can moor your boat. Located on the border of Idaho, Washington and Oregon, the area offers a lot to see and do. It is a top Lewiston-Clarkston campsite.
“We stopped in late and they had a spot! Our kids had a blast the next morning in the pool and with the large chessboard. We will come again and bring our RV friends.” – Jared, Yelp review
Chief Timothy Park – COE is administered by Northwest Land Management. It is located on Silcott Island in the Snake River. It is a few miles west of Lewiston-Clarkston, ID
Chief Timothy Park – COE is a good base from which to visit all the outdoor attractions in the area. The site is secluded and is a nice place for dogs. Grocery stores and restaurants are eight miles away. It offers some of the best RV camping in Lewiston-Clarkston, ID.
“My favorite camping spot. Great location on an island in the middle of the river. Campsites are spacious and well equipped, with many having sewer hookups, but most having water and electric. There is a little store for some things without having to run into town. Great beach and the views are amazing from any shore. Good hiking trails with more spectacular views on the back side of the island.” – Greg, Google review
Just 38 miles southeast of Lewiston-Clarkston, ID, is Winchester State Park. The main attraction is the lake with excellent fishing for trout, perch, tiger muskie, bass, and bluegill. No gasoline engines are allowed on the lake; only small electric boats, kayaks, and canoes.
Winchester State Park has low Lewiston-Clarkston RV parks rates and has a great location for hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and boating as well as wildlife and wildflower viewing. During the winter, you can ice skate and ice fish. The RV park near Lewistown also has a Wolf Education Research Center, guided walks and a First Time Adventure Program.
“The campground at Winchester State park is an excellent stop on a long drive along highway 95. There are lots of spots with views of the lake and there is a beach a short ways from the campground. Loop A is the cheapest loop, but does not have power.” – Wandervans, Google review
The Clearwater River Casino RV Park is an inexpensive option if you are attending an event or performance at the casino. It is located in Lewiston-Clarkston, ID, and is close to restaurants and bars as well as gaming. The park is close to the Nez Perce National Historical Park where there is an information center and museum.
If you are looking for gaming, good food and live entertainment, this is the RV park in Lewiston-Clarkston for you. It has no frills or entertainment for children, but is close to all the outdoor recreation in the area. It is a good place to stop for a night or a few nights of relaxation while on a long trip.
“Stopped in just by chance. Not very busy. Nice and clean and great customer service! Looks like they have quite a bit of concerts. Food was not expensive and good.” – Leen, Google review
Less than 50 miles north of Lewiston-Clarkston, ID, is Palouse RV Park. It is administered by the City of Palouse. This Lewiston-Clarkston campground has full hookups and is across the street from the Palouse’s Hayton-Green Park with a free public swimming pool.
Palouse RV Park is north of Lewiston-Clarkston, ID. It offers the basic necessities, but is a great location for visiting historic downtown Palouse and the Palouse Scenic Byway. It is close to grocery stores, restaurants and health services.
“Very clean, great location by the park.” – Pamela, Google review
Hells Canyon Jet Boat Trips & Lodging is 86 miles from Lewiston-Clarkston, but worth the extra travel. The RV park only has 20 sites, but it offers adventure tourism that is spectacular. From jet boating on the river to fishing and hunting, there are endless outdoor recreation opportunities in the area.
Hells Canyon Jet Boat Trips & Lodging has a Certificate of Excellence, 2017 from TripAdvisor. You can be sure that you and your family will have a great time. The jet boat tours alone are worth the trip. It will take you through all the whitewater rapids, the Wild River section and the Natural Preserve area.
“This is the place for a great jet boat ride through Hells Canyon on the Snake river to the dam. This 6-hour trip is just the right amount of time. Traveling through two class five white water it is thrilling and amazing. The boat is amazing and powerful. The captain was a pro with great experience of the river and insight to the history of where we journeyed. Whether you are 10 or 70 years of age you won’t be disappointed with Kilgore Adventures.”
About 65 miles east of Lewiston-Clarkston, ID is the Long Camp RV Park on Clearwater River. It is within walking distance of the Heart of the Monster National Park. It’s just one mile away from shopping, a casino, and restaurants.
Long Camp RV Park is a great place to stay for a variety of outdoor recreation. Hiking, biking, fishing rafting, swimming birdwatching and hunting are just a few of the things to do. Clearwater National Forest is just a few minutes by car. You also have historical options if you want to trace the Lewis and Clark Historic Trail.
“Such a beautiful place to stay, right on the banks of the Clearwater river. Close enough to town to be convenient, but far enough out to feel secluded. Run by cheerful, honest, good people. On the road side of the park there is a weekly farmers market, and a food trailer with burgers, dogs, and hand curled curly fries, buffalo and salmon burgers, and more. Showers and laundry on site as well, my family will definitely be staying here again, and anytime I’m in the area I’ll be eating there again too. Highly recommend!” – Rob, Google review
Bear Den RV Resort is about 70 miles southeast of Lewiston-Clarkston, ID. The RV park is about a mile from the quaint town of Grangeville. It is located on the Transamerica Cycle Trail.
Bear Den RV Resort is an attractive place to spend some time while on your travels. It is a no-frills park but has everything you need to be comfortable. The park is tiered so most of the sites have beautiful views of the Prairie. There are shops and restaurants nearby.
“The RV Park is nestled within lush beautiful mountains with many scenic views that are breathtaking. There are trails for both hiking and bike riding. My husband has a trail riding motorcycle that he’s going to ride tomorrow. The staff is friendly and the park is well maintained. There is a clubhouse, laundry room, and warm bathrooms with a shower that has handicap access. In addition, there are four small cabins to rent. I like this camp and would come back again.” – Patty, Google review
Clearwater River Casino RV Park and Hells Canyon Jet Boat Trips & Lodging are the only two RV parks on this list that offer features and amenities other than RV camping. Clearwater River Casino RV Park offers gaming, buffets and, live entertainment and Hells Canyon Jet Boat Trips & Lodging offers outdoor adventure especially on the river.
The other campgrounds near Lewiston-Clarkston, ID, are convenient for people who are looking for a relaxing place on their travels. They also support the outdoor recreation in the area. You will find quiet seclusion in the region around this fascinating place of the confluence of rivers and the deepest gorge in North America.
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