Within walking distance to the lake, the campsites in this campground are nice and private. Noisy Creek Trail #588 can be accessed from the campground and the lake provides many wildlife viewing and recreational opportunities. Campsites are suitable for both tent and RV camping.
19 campsites with picnic tables, and fire pits
Day use area (open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm ) with picnic tables, fire rings, a boat launch and swimming area
From the junction of State Highway 20, follow State Highway 31 north for 3 miles to the junction of the Sullivan Lake Road (County Road 9345). Follow Sullivan Lake Road for 8.2 miles tothe campground entrance which lies on the south end of Sullivan Lake.
Sullivan Lake is open year round. Kokanee, burbot (lingcod). Boat ramps located on north and south ends of lake.
River and Stream Fishing
Numerous streams in surrounding area. Remember to check the Fishing in Washington Regulation pamphlet prior to fishing. More information can be obtained at wdfw.wa.gov.
The Lakeshore Trail #504, which is a designated National Scenic Trail and located on the east side of Sullivan Lake, connects East Sullivan and Noisy Creek Campgrounds. Noisy Creek Trail is also accessed from this campground.
Salmo-Priest Wilderness offers overnight or multiple day outings.
Variety of wildlife ranging from common whitetail deer to endangered woodland caribou and threatened grizzly bear. Hall Mountain which borders the east side of the lake is home to a bighorn sheep herd. Other species of interest are moose, elk, mountain lion, black bear, gray wolf, bald eagle and other bird species.
Deep valleys contain Cedar-Hemlock forests while high ridges offer Whitebark Pine and other alpine plants.
Spectacular views of the Sullivan Lake and Hall Mountain from day use area in campground.