Round Lake State Park RV & Campground Guide
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High on the panhandle of Northern Idaho sits Round Lake, a 58-acre body of water ground out by glacier activity during the Pleistocene Age. Surrounding the lake is 142-acre Round Lake State Park. The park is a celebration of nature, a place where humans and nature not only collide but also find balance. A forest of towering trees, including larch, pine, and hemlock, provide a canopy over much of the park and a sense of the majesty of nature. Cattail, skunk cabbage, water grasses, and water lilies edge most of the lake where trout spring from the water, chasing after the insects flying above. Situated in Sagle, ID, this park draws visitors from large communities like Boise and Moscow, ID, who want to experience its beauty and take in a peaceful retreat in nature.
Spring 29-67 F
Summer 47-83 F
Fall 29-73 F
Winter 23-39 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Round Lake State Park
There is nothing better than camping at Round Lake State Park, or one of the campgrounds in the area, in an RV. Knowing that a comfortable spot is waiting for you at the end of the day, you tend to explore more, experience more, and relax fully during your stay. An RV gives you an extra advantage as you can move between campgrounds with little fuss, letting you experience the entirety of the Idaho panhandle. To find an RV to rent in the area, visit the RVshare site for Sagle, ID.
Round Lake State Park Campground
Round Lake State Park Campground offers 16 RV campsites, all of which are back-ins. The sites are limited in size and can only accommodate RVs up to 24 feet in length. Boats and kayaks are available for rent, and there is a sandy beach where children can swim. Firewood and ice are available to purchase as well. Vault toilets are dispersed along the trails, while flush toilets are available inside the campground.
Water Hookup: Yes
Electric Hookup: 30-amp
Sewer Hook-up: No
Wi-Fi Available: No
Other amenities: Restrooms with flush toilets, fire rings, picnic tables, warm showers, dump station
Fee: $30 to $33 per night
Springy Point Campground
Located 3 miles north of Round Lake State Park is the Springy Point Campground. All 38 campsites are pull-through and are rather primitive with no water or electric hookups. Each site sits beneath a canopy of pine, fir, or cedar. The campground overlooks the Pend Oreille River and provides a horizon with magnificent views of the Selkirk and Cabinet Mountains. The fishing in the river is excellent, and hiking trails run along the riverbank and duck into the forest. During hunting season, this campground fills quickly as hunters use it as a base from which to roam the neighboring terrain. Many visitors to the area of Round Lake State Park choose to use this campground because of its isolation. If they require some supplies, Sandpoint is directly across the river, reachable via a bridge or boat.
Water Hookup: No
Electric Hookup: No
Sewer Hook-up: No
Wi-Fi Available: No
Other amenities: Restrooms with flush toilets, warm showers, fire rings, picnic tables, dump station
Fee: $22 per night
Wolf Lodge Campground
Located 40 miles south of Round Lake State Park in Coeur D’Alene, ID, is Wolf Lodge Campground. This spot offers 65 RV campsites, 23 of which are pull-throughs, and the pads are a mix of gravel and grass. While the pull-through sites accommodate rigs up to 70 feet in length, the back-ins are limited to rigs 40 feet long or less. The sites are wide enough to allow the deployment of any slide-outs your RV may support. Situated within the city limits of Coeur d'Alene, it is an easy walk to restaurants, shops, and entertainment. Wolf Creek runs alongside the campground, and it is wide enough to allow kayak, canoe, and boat traffic on its tranquil waters. Fishing is active in the spring but peters out later in the year. Within the park, there are wide grassy spaces where families picnic or play lawn games. A children's playground, horseshoe pits, and shuffleboard provide leisurely exercise opportunities for the entire family.
Water Hookup: Yes
Electric Hookup: 30/50 amp
Sewer Hook-up: Yes
Wi-Fi Available: Yes
Other amenities: Restrooms with flush toilets, warm showers, fire rings, picnic tables, dump station, laundry facility
Fee: $45 to $55 per night
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What to Do at
Round Lake State Park
Inside Round Lake State Park
Visitors to Round Lake State Park love to hike the trails that wander around the lake and through the trees as gentle breezes whisk sweat from raised heads. Anglers enjoy the antics of rainbow trout from the lake's bank, the pier, or on an electric motorized boat as the fish dart through the clear waters and spring from its depths in an elegant display of nature's vicious cycle. Water ouzel dance across the surface, seeking safety on logs that show their heads a short distance from the lake's edge. Osprey plunge into the water seeking a meal while frogs croak and crickets chirp, interrupting the steady song of birds and the intermittent laughter of children. During the winter, cross-country skiing, ice skating, and ice fishing occupy campers brave enough to challenge the chill.
Outside Round Lake State Park
While most of the communities surrounding Round Lake State Park are small, tightly knit towns with a few restaurants and shops, these areas are extremely friendly and welcoming to visitors. The nearest city is Coeur D'Alene, ID, 40 miles south of the park. Many visitors to the park choose to visit towns in Washington or Montana to add to their vacation experience.
Forty One South
If you are in the mood for a fine dining experience, stop by Forty One South restaurant. Seated with a view overlooking Lake Pend Oreille, you will experience incredible sunsets and innovative cuisine while taking in some great live music. Try their sole almondine for an excellent meal.
Location: 41 Lakeshore Drive, Sagle, ID 83860
Baxters on Cedar
Baxters on Cedar is rated as the number one restaurant in Sandpoint, ID. Their food is made from the freshest ingredients possible. Be sure to try the meatloaf covered with portobello mushroom gravy.
Location: 109 Cedar Street, Sandpoint, ID 83864
Second Avenue Pizza
Second Avenue Pizza loads its pizzas with an unprecedented amount of toppings. An example of their pizza is the jukebox special that weighs 7 pounds. Try their Carolyn special for a unique pizza you will not find elsewhere.
Location: 215 South 2nd Avenue, Sandpoint, ID 83864
Blue Lizard Native American Gallery
The Blue Lizard Native American Gallery features handcrafted jewelry and home décor items from the southwest Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi tribes. Whether you are looking for a turquoise piece to enhance your jewelry box or a hand-painted ceramic bowl, the items on the shelves at this shop are authentic, beautiful, and mesmerizing.
Location: 100 Cedar Street Sandpoint, ID 83864
Cisco’s Gallery specializes in one-of-a-kind items related to the Old West. Their collection includes antiques, collectibles, art pieces, historical artifacts, and western furniture. Drop by to enjoy an instant portal into the past.
Location: 220 North 4th Street, Coeur D’Alene, ID 83814
Museum of North Idaho
Just 40 miles south of Round Lake State Park sits the Museum of North Idaho. Among the permanent exhibits at this museum are displays interpreting the Native American presence in the region, a section on the first roads constructed to bring trade into the region, and the influence the Scandinavian influx had on the area's development.
Location: 116 Northwest Boulevard, Coeur D'Alene, ID 83814
Northwest Tattoo Museum and Tattooing
One of the most exciting art forms brought by the influx of Scandinavians to the area is their expertise in tattooing. These and other facts are revealed at the Northwest Tattoo Museum and Tattooing. Learn how the art form developed through exposure to designs that were already present in Native American cultures, which led to the creation of unique displays not found anywhere else in the world.
Location: 2934 North Government Way, Coeur D’Alene, ID 83815
How to Get to
Round Lake State Park
Practically all traffic to Round Lake State Park passes through Coeur D'Alene, ID. To find your way to the park from Coeur D'Alene, drive United States Highway 95 North (US-95 N) for 35 miles. Turn left onto Dufort Road and go for 1.9 miles. Turn left and enter the park.
Entering Round Lake State Park
Round Lake State Park is a day-use area that is open year-round from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Round Lake State Park Entry fee (per vehicle) : $7.0
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Frequently Asked Questions About Round Lake State Park
Visitors to Round Lake State Park coming for fishing and hiking want to visit during the summer. However, if you're into winter sports like ice skating and cross-country skiing, winter visits are ideal.
This Idaho state park can experience some relatively brutal winters, with significant snowfall and temperatures in the 20s and 30s. However, summer is quite mild, with daytime highs in the low 80s.
Round Lake State Park is home to a plethora of interesting animals. Keep your eyes open for moose and black bears while you're hiking, and don't forget to bring your binoculars to spot osprey and other birds in the park.
If you plan to bring your RV to Round Lake State Park, the campground has 16 back-in RV sites. These sites include 30-amp electrical hookups and water hookups. They can accommodate trailers up to 24 feet long.
Round Lake State Park is happy to welcome you and your pets. Park management simply asks that you keep dogs on leashes 6 feet long or less and that you clean up your pet's messes.