OUTLET AT PRIEST LAKE

Type: Camping – Priest River ID Phone: 208-443-8053 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Outlet campground is located on the southwest shore of Priest Lake at the headwaters of Priest River. Campers come to Outlet for sunshine, fishing, boating, kayaking, and the breathtaking views of the rugged Selkird Mountains of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests. Natural Features: Outlet campground is situated at an elevation of […]

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BARTOO ISLAND GROUP SITE

Type: Camping – Priest River ID Phone: 208-443-2512 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Bartoo Island Group Site, also known as Sunrise Group Site, is a rustic group camping area on Bartoo Island, only reachable by boat. Surrounded by the clear waters of Priest Lake, Bartoo Island Group site provides the ideal getaway for groups of 10 to 30 people, looking for a rugged, but […]

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KALISPELL ISLAND GROUP SITE

Type: Camping – Priest River ID Phone: 208-443-2512 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Kalispell Island Group Site is located on the southeast side of Kalispell Island on Priest Lake. The rustic campsite is part of the Three Pines camping area at site #29. The island, reached only by boat, faces the beautiful Selkirk Mountains. A popular activity among visitors is to kayak, canoe, or […]

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LUBY BAY

Type: Camping – PRIEST RIVER ID Phone: 208-443-1801 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Luby Bay Campground is located near both Lamb Creek and Priest Lake. The campground is densely wooded with nicely secluded sites, and is within easy access to many great views of the Selkirk Mountains. Natural Features: The campground sits at an elevation of 2,500 feet on the western shores of Priest […]

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OSPREY

Type: Camping – PRIEST RIVER ID Phone: 208-443-1801 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Campers come to Osprey for sunshine and boating at Priest Lake, and for breathtaking views of the rugged Selkirk Mountains. Fishing is also a big draw, with trout just waiting to be caught. While here, watch for moose, grizzly and black bears, wolves, mountain lions and deer. Osprey, as inferred by […]

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