Campground Camping

Most of our developed campgrounds are adjacent to one of our many lakes or streams.  With so much variety you can enjoy the water sport of your choosing - fishing, floating, boating, canoeing, kayaking, or simply relaxing on the beach.


Campground Camping Areas

  • Coeur d'Alene River Area area description
  • Beauty Creek Campground
  • Bell Bay Campground
  • Big Hank Campground
  • Bumblebee Campground
  • Devil's Elbow Campground
  • Honeysuckle Campground
  • Kit Price Campground
  • Mokins Bay Campground
  • Lower Kootenai River Area area description
  • Copper Creek Campground
  • Meadow Creek Campground
  • Robinson Lake Campground
  • Smith Lake Campground
  • Snyder Guard Station
  • Pend Oreille Lake Area area description
  • Green Bay Campground
  • Sam Owen Campground
  • Whiskey Rock Bay Campground
  • Priest Lake Area area description
  • Bartoo Island Group Site and Other Campgrounds
  • Beaver Creek Campground
  • Geisinger Campground
  • Kalispell Island Group Site and other Campgrounds
  • Luby Bay Campground
  • Navigation Campground
  • Osprey Campground
  • Outlet at Priest Lake Campground
  • Plowboy Campground
  • Reeder Bay Campground
  • Stagger Inn Campground
  • Trapper Creek Campground
  • St. Joe River Area area description
  • Big Creek Campground
  • Big Creek Trails area description
  • Camp 3 Campground
  • Cedar Creek Campground
  • Conrad Crossing Campground
  • Emerald Creek Campground
  • Fly Flat Campground
  • Heller Creek Campground
  • Line Creek Stock Camp
  • Mammoth Springs Campground
  • Packsaddle Campground
  • Shadowy St. Joe Campground
  • Spruce Tree Campground
  • St. Joe Wild & Scenic River
  • Telichpah Campground
  • Tin Can Flat Campground
  • Turner Flat Campground
Areas & Activities


https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/ipnf/recreation/camping-cabins/?recid=6762&actid=29