Osprey Campground


Photo of a site at Osprey, with a view of the lake.Osprey Campground is located on the west shore of Priest Lake 29 miles north of the town of Priest River. The campground was renovated in 1997 and has 16 campsites.

Campground roads and campsite parking spurs are paved.

Osprey Campground has universally accessible facilities.

Amenities include a closed pressurized water system with hydrants, electricity to the pump house, flush toilets and a lakeshore trail.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: The contractor is planning to resume work at on the Osprey CG water line on May 9th. The work remaining includes; 2" line installation to the campground, Westshore Road resurfacing, and connection to the Outlet Water Association main line.
Reservations: U.S. Forest Service campgrounds can be reserved by calling NRRS at 1-877-444-6777, or on-line www.recreation.gov/
Fees Please visit or call NRRS at 1-877-444-6777, or on-line www.recreation.gov/
Open Season: May
Closest Towns: Priest River, Idaho
Water: Potable water

General Information


From I-90, turn at Post Falls Highway 41 north to Newport. Highway 2 east to Priest River at junction of Highway 57 and Highway 2. Turn left at Texaco station on Highway 57, 25 miles to Outlet Bay Road. Turn right for approximately 0.5 miles and left on Lakeshore Road. There is a directional sign pointing the way to Osprey Campground.


Camping & Cabins

Hide detail HIDE

Campground Camping

Attractions include scenic 25,000-acre Priest Lake.
Fire InformationThere are established fire rings at each site.
No. of SitesSites are reserved through recreation.gov
No. of Accessible sites16 camp units
Fire Danger Level: Moderate
Areas & Activities


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