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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Make your way to the state of Idaho for a motorhome camping trip this summer. Dworshak State Park is ready to welcome you with loads of outdoor fun. Located along the western shore of the scenic Dworshak Reservoir just north of Orofino, ID, Dworshak State Park covers close to 850 acres of land covered in trees and meadows. Apt for a range of adventure activities, camping at Dworshak State Park is ideal for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts keen on immersing themselves in the outdoors.

Not very far from Dworshak State Park are the cities of Lewiston and Moscow that you could include a visit to when you’re in the area. Renting an RV is convenient, and for visitors without their own rig, RV rentals in Clearwater County make it easy to explore the area. When you’re at Dworshak State Park, look forward to boating, fishing, hiking, water skiing, and camping – a few of the activities that will keep you entertained at the park. And don’t forget to check out the Dworshak Dam Visitors Center and the Dworshak National Fish Hatchery just a couple of minutes from the state park. 

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Getting Outdoors

RV camping at Dworshak State Park is a delight for anglers. The Dworshak Reservoir has rich populations of smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, tiger muskie, black crappie, steelhead, Kokanee salmon, bull trout, rainbow trout, and cutthroat trout, and what’s more – you have over 50 miles of shoreline to enjoy when fishing at Dworshak Reservoir. The reservoir itself covers over 16,000 acres, leaving you with plenty of room for a fantastic fishing experience. While here use he fish cleaning station located close to the lake. Don’t forget your Idaho fishing license. 

Boating is a popular activity at Dworshak State Park. Boat ramps and docks are available at different points around the reservoir, providing easy access to boaters. Canoes, kayaks, motorboats, pontoon boats, jet skis, and water skis are welcome at the lake. Do remember to carry a valid boating permit for motorized boats at Dworshak Reservoir. 

Put on your hiking boots and explore several hiking trails when you go camping with an RV at Dworshak State Park. A popular trail to explore is the 10-mile long Big Eddy Trail that leads to the Big Eddy Recreation Area just north of the Dworshak Dam. Merry’s Bay Trail is a much shorter hike at a little less than a mile and goes towards the southern shoreline of the Dworshak Reservoir. The Canyon Creek Trail is ideal for the entire family as it’s just about a one-mile round trip and also goes by the south shoreline of the reservoir. 

Camping at Dworshak State Park  

Park your RV rental at Dworshak State Park to enjoy easy access to the lake’s many recreational offerings. With three units located within the state park – Freeman Creek, Three Meadows Group Camp, and Big Eddy Lodge and Marina – you can choose where you’d like to stay, depending on the amenities offered. Smaller loops with campsites include Blackberry and Aspen loops, which are small, Osprey, and Kokanee loops, which are larger. Amenities available include partial water and electricity hookups, pull-thru sites, tent camping, water, sewer, dump station, and limited cell phone coverage. There are restrooms and shower stalls, picnic areas with barbeque grills, and a host on-site for each of the campgrounds. Kids will enjoy being close to so much recreation at the park. Bring your furry friends along, but remember to keep them on a leash. 

When looking for a place to camp in an RV near Dworshak State Park, drive to the Clearwater Crossing RV Park in Orofino. It has 49 campsites and offers a range of amenities like pull-thru sites, big rig access, tent camping, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, sewer, water, dump station, central water spigot, WiFi, and some cell phone coverage. Campers have access to restrooms, shower stalls, laundry facilities, and a picnic shelter. For recreation, enjoy fishing and golf. Bring your four-legged friends along to this pet-friendly campground. 

Exploring the Area

Clearwater County campers have plenty to look forward to in the areas around Dworshak State Park. The city of Orofino is about 19 miles from the state park and is worth checking out on your RV rental vacation. 

Delve into the county’s history at Clearwater Historical Museum. Housing a rich collection of exhibits showcasing the history, culture, people, and events of Clearwater County and how it was shaped, the museum makes for an interesting visit. 

Interested in fish farming? Take a lesson or two at the Dworshak National Fish Hatchery located on the Clearwater River. The hatchery offers tours of the facility where you get to check out the spawning balcony and learn all about hatchery operations along with the history of the facility. 

Spend a day outdoors at Kiwanis Park. A treat if you want to walk the dog or take in a game of catch, the park is located right by the Orofino Creek. 

Golfers can tee off at the Orofino Golf and Country Club. Open to both amateurs and professionals, the golf club offers spectacular scenery of the Clearwater River. 

When it comes to eating out in Orofino, you have a wide range of dining options. From Italian to Chinese, fast food, continental, Mexican, and Indian – you’re never too far from good food in this city. 

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
  • Headwaters Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Moose Marbles and Wagon Trail to Southside Loop Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Larkins Lake Trail, IDAvery, ID
  • Greenbelt Walkway Trail, WAClarkston, WA

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