Conconully State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located in north-central Washington, Conconully State Park is a 97-acre camping park with 5,400 feet of freshwater shoreline. If you love to fish, then this is the place for you. There are two major spots to cast your line at this location. Whether you travel to lower Conconully Reservoir or Salmon Lake, you will find plenty of opportunities to catch rainbow trout or smallmouth bass. Located in the town of Conconully, this recreation area is 18 miles from Omak and 20 miles from Okanogan.

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Spring 34-55 F
Summer 54-82 F
Fall 36-58 F
Winter 15-32 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Conconully State Park

For those who want to experience the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, Conconully State Park is a perfect destination. This secluded location offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts and RVers who love rustic campgrounds. If you don't have your own RV, search for a rental on RVshare.

Shady Pines Resort

Shady Pines Resort is located on Conconully Reservoir, and it is just 15 miles northwest of Okanogan. Along with full hookup RV sites, they offer fully equipped cabins. If you need any tackle for your fishing trip, there is an on-site bait shop. When you stay at this location, you'll be surrounded by fantastic mountain views. The campground is near the beach, too. During the winter, the campground has access to a few miles of snowmobile trails. The rates vary at this campground. If you want a beachside site, the price is $36 per day.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Picnic areas and lakeside access

Oriole Campground

If you want a more primitive camping experience, consider spending the night at Oriole Campground. This site borders the North Fork Salmon Creek. It offers a few campsites with fire rings, tent pads, and picnic tables. However, there are no RV hookups at this location. You will have to "rough it" for your stay. The campground does have a toilet facility available for campers. Despite its limited amenities, this campground is a great location for those who are interested in hitting the lake to fish. The cost to reserve a spot for the night is $8.

  • Water hookup: No

  • Electrical hookup: No

  • Sewer hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Scenic location

Tonasket Chamber of Commerce RV Park

This RV park offers eight full hookup (30/20 amp) sites for RVs. There is also a space to set up your tent for camping. Tonasket Chamber of Commerce RV Park is within walking distance of several convenience stores. This location, which is 25 miles north of Conconully, is a great spot for hunting, hiking, and fishing. These sites are spacious, and they can accommodate most RV sizes. If you want to book a space for the night, the cost is $25 per day or $165 per week.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Picnic area, dump station, and trash removal

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What to Do at
Conconully State Park

Inside Conconully State Park

With an elevation of over 2,000 feet, this 81-acre park provides some breathtaking views of the mountains, lakes, forests, and creeks. Conconully State Park is considered an angler's paradise, and there are two lakes for you to enjoy. During the winter, Conconully State Park offers plenty of wintertime fun, including snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

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How to Get to
Conconully State Park

From Omak, you want to travel west on North Main Street. Once you arrive at Cherry Street, you will make a left and continue on Kermel Road. You need to turn right at Conconully Road and make a left at Broadway Street. At the first cross street, you should turn left on Lottie Street and follow the signs to the park. 

Entering Conconully State Park

The park is open throughout the day. If you have a vehicle, you will need to purchase a Discover Pass.

Conconully State Park One-day pass : $10.0

Conconully State Park Annual pass : $30.0

Conconully State Park is a wonderful place to reconnect with nature. If you are looking for a trouble-free vacation, you should think about renting an RV. You can find plenty of RV rental options on RVshare. Whether you rent from us or not, we would love to hear about your adventures. Make sure to tag us on social media or send your stories to [email protected]. We might feature your Conconully State Park trip on the blog.

Frequently Asked Questions About Conconully State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Conconully State Park?

The best time to visit Conconully State Park is April through October. These months provide the best opportunities for fishing, hiking, and boating. RV campers who visit during other months will not have access to the fresh running water supply.

What is the climate of Conconully State Park?

Summer highs in Conconully Start Park average 89 degrees Fahrenheit, while the winter low average is 21 degrees. The park experiences an average of 13 in. of rain and 33 in. of snow a year.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Conconully State Park?

These park's reservoirs offer a variety of fish, such as smallmouth bass and rainbow trout. Deer and waterfowl are common sightings at the park. While uncommon, the area has experienced cougar sightings.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Conconully State Park?

Conconully State Park offers designated RV camping spots. In addition to 40 campsites, the park has 20 partial hook-up sites. Parking for RV visitors is restricted to only the designated parking spots or the overflow parking lot.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Conconully State Park and what is the cost?

Reservations are not required at Conconully State Park, as most campsites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. For visitors who wish to reserve a campsite, the fee is $35 per night and includes full utility hookups.