It is important to note the trek down to the camp site, is a gravel road... and does have a few mild “switch backs”. However it was easy to manage to get down.
There are two rivers that feed into a tiny “lake”. It’s beautiful! The grounds were peaceful, and clean. The bathrooms also were clean and close by.
We enjoyed our stay! And it is only 15 minutes from Bonner’s to get dinner or supplies!
July 13, 11:19am - reviewed by Deegan Pope
One Of The Best Campgrounds We've Stayed
This is one of the nicest campground we've been to. Great for famillies. Their is a small lake with a sandy beach, as well as the two rivers that border the campround the join together.
The lots are big and surrounded by towering cedars. There are two playgrounds in the center of the place.
We stayed in M9 (water and power) and could see our kids at the park and backed onto a creek that fed the lake.
The family running the place are friendly and keep the camp in perfect shape. The bathrooms and 4 seperate showers are spotless all the time. Theres also laundry for $1wash/1.25 dry.
Their parents apparently built the campground in the 90s and then sold it to the Kootenai nation who own it now. The majority of the people we met there were locals which says a lot.