Found just past the shores of the idyllic Pend Oreille River, Springy Point Campground provides guests with gorgeous glimpses of the Cabinet Mountains to the southeast as well as the Selkirk Mountains to the north. Home to quite a few different summertime opportunities like fishing and swimming, Springy Point is sure to offer something for everyone on two or four legs!
For camping, Springy Point contains a total of 39 different sites starting at $21 per night. While the bulk of these are standard, non-electric sites, there are two walk-to sites that cannot be driven into. Most of the sites offered here are close to the water, which means you can spend your evenings listening to the water as you enjoy a campfire or some stargazing. All sites come standard with a fire ring, and a few include a picnic table as well. If you're thirsty, drinking water taps can be found outside of the centrally located public restroom and shower facilities. Make sure to keep any canines brought to Springy Point out of indoor public facilities. State leash laws apply, so be sure your dogs are on a leash around 6 feet or shorter in length.
The adjacent Lake Pend Oreille has existed since the glaciers receded from the area, and has been providing visitors with fun and sun for decades. Due to the sheer depth and size of the lake, boating has traditionally been a very popular pastime here. Springy Point caters to this crowd with an on-site boat ramp that's free to all overnight guests. A marina is conveniently located just across the lake where guests can tie up and grab a bite to eat, or maybe just grab some fuel or last-minute supplies. If you're going to bring a boat along for the trip here, make sure you've got up-to-date registration showing on either your motorboat, kayak, or canoe before launching your vessel into the water. Dogs are welcome to accompany guests on their boats but are to be kept out of the marina as well as out of the water.
If you're looking to take a swim, there's the nearby Pend Oreille River. The river winds through Springy Point and offers a public swimming area where guests can either sunbathe or take a dip in the slow-moving waters. No lifeguard staff is available here, so guests looking to swim do so at their risks.
All costs listed here pertain to the Springy Point campgrounds and do not reflect any costs for surrounding recreational opportunities.