Dworshak/Freeman Creek

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Dworshak/Freeman Creek campground is located near Lenore, Idaho, which is in the north-central, panhandle portion of the state. This region of the country is very rural. The nearest larger town is Moscow, at over 70 miles to the west. This community sits right on the state border with Washington. The nearest larger city is Spokane, WA, at almost 130 miles to the northwest.

Dworshak/Freeman Campground is a fairly large campground that offers a variety of hookups. Bathrooms are available for campers, as are playgrounds for the kids. The camp sits on the shores of the Dworshak Reservoir, so it also provides easy water access. Hiking trails are found nearby, and there is an archery course and range. There is an outdoor amphitheater where ranger-led presentations are held, as well.

This lovely campground is situated amongst the forested mountainsides that are found in this portion of Idaho. Camping with an RV near Dworshak/Freeman Campground makes for a great base camp to explore all the local, natural attractions. There are a few gas stations and grocery stores that dot the local region. You can easily refill your supplies at any of these locations. There are also a couple of locally-owned restaurants nearby when you're looking for an easy meal. With a stay at this family-friendly campground in northern Idaho, it should not be difficult to locate the services you may need.

The Great Outdoors

Motorhome camping at the Dworshak/Freeman Creek Campground makes it easy to engage in the abundant outdoor activities available nearby. The reservoir here is quite large, so it is perfect for boating. There are also fishing and swimming spots found along its shores. There are several fingers and waterways that branch off of it that are perfect to explore with your canoe or kayak. This is a great area to observe local wildlife, as well.

Dworshak State Park is located right near the campground. Hiking, biking and winter sports can all be enjoyed here. There are also a number of scenic, picnic spots when you're ready for lunch. The park sits on the shores of the local reservoir, so it offers easy water access, as well. Boating and fishing are popular here, as are the swimming spots when the weather is warm enough. The Nez Perce-Clearwater and Saint Joe National Forests are also located in this region. These areas also offer many activities to enjoy.

There are numerous hiking trails available throughout the local region. They can vary quite a bit regarding both how long but also how strenuous they are. Some cruise along the shores of the lake, while others traverse the mountains and forests in the nearby state park and national forest. They convert well for cross-country skiing or snowshoe use during the winter. Hikers should be bear-aware on these trails, as this is grizzly country!

Exploring the Area

Book an RV in Nez Perce County, and you will find yourself surrounded by unique things to do and see. The Dworshak Dam was built on the nearby, Clearwater River, and formed the reservoir. It is known as one of the tallest structures of its type in the country. The dam offers a visitor's center that includes exhibits that highlight its construction. They also explain how the structure is used for hydroelectric power. There are some guided tours available, with reservations, as well. RV camping at this campground puts you within easy reach of many fun, nearby destinations.

There are several fish hatcheries in the local area. These include the Clearwater Hatchery and the Dworshak National Fish Hatchery. Self-guided tours of the site are available most days, while guided tours are only offered with reservations made in advance. Here you can learn about the farming of the fish, the need for them in the local region, and observe the daily goings-on of the hatchery.

The Kamiah Valley Museum is located in Kamiah, which is around 30 miles south of the campground. This locale highlights the history of the local region, from the days of the Ice Age through the present. It showcases both the animals and the people that have lived in this wild land, including the ancient tribes who first made their homes here.

When you've been looking for a quiet and scenic place to relax, that has no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy, consider a campsite at Dworshak/Freeman Creek Campground. Go fishing on the lake, take a hike through the local forest, or enjoy a tour of one of the largest dams in the country. Check out a campervan rental in this part of the state and enjoy exploring northern Idaho!

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Sand Mountain Lookout Trail, IDPrinceton, ID
  • East Moscow Mountain, IDMoscow, ID
  • White Pine National Recreation Trail, IDPrinceton, ID
  • Idler's Rest Nature Preserve, IDMoscow, ID
  • Latah Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Larkins Lake Trail, IDAvery, ID
  • Headwaters Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Moose Marbles and Wagon Trail to Southside Loop Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Greenbelt Walkway Trail, WAClarkston, WA

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