Discover the beautiful waters of Idaho when you come to Riley Creek. This campground sits right beside the Riley Creek Recreation Area and offers similar access to both the Pend Oreille River and Lake, the latter of which was created not so long ago by the use of dams.
Riley Creek Campground provides 67 electric and water hookup campsites and puts no limit on how many tents can stay on each lot. Each site has its own picnic table and fire ring in addition to the two larger picnic shelters that are available for rent. The roads here are paved, so maneuvering your RV shouldn't be too difficult, and a dump station is also accessible on-site. Expect to dish out $29 per night when you camp here, though it looks like you are in the clear when it comes to needing additional permits.
There is all kinds of fun to be had at this campground, with volleyball courts, a horseshoe pit, and a basketball court all provided on the premises. Or, take to the waves instead on a canoe, kayak, motorboat, or jetski. The pier is an excellent place to cast a line if you'd rather keep your feet on dry land, and kiddos will surely love climbing around on the camp's playground.
Pooches will feel comfortable here as they are allowed throughout the grounds. Even better -- to make up for the fact the dogs are not permitted in designated swimming areas, Riley Creek made their own special pooch area called "Doggie Island", so your fur-baby can splash around to their heart's content. You'll also have ample room to get your woofer the exercise they need on the multiple hiking trails that run through the facility. As always, be a good pet parent and make sure to scoop up any pup waste your furry buddy leaves behind and dispose of it correctly.
If you would like to explore Idaho's deepest lake for yourself, head to Riley Creek to set up camp!