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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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Surrounded by scenic lakes, Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA is a convenient base for exploring the northeast of Washington state and the Idaho panhandle. It’s just 35 miles north of Spokane while being on the doorstep of outstanding hiking and skiing in Mount Spokane State Park. You can take advantage of the bass fishing available in Little Diamond Lake or get active with a range of water sports on the (larger) Diamond Lake.
When you’re RV camping at Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA, you can access their range of RV sites, which offer full hookups and either 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. They can cater to RVs up to 65 feet in length, with complimentary Wi-Fi included in your stay. Pets are welcome to stay with you and can let loose in the on-site dog park while there’s a swimming pool that will keep kids entertained during the hot summer months. Relax at the end of a day’s exploration in the hot tub or sauna, with Frisbee golf and weekend kids' activities also available.
Camp in an RV near Newport and make the short drive south to the Mount Spokane State Park, which surrounds the 5,883-foot-high peak of Mount Spokane. Aside from its extensive system of hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails, it’s also home to the Mount Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park that receives a significant dumping of snow every year. If you’re visiting during the summer or warmer months, you can stretch your legs on the short Burping Brook Loop or embark on the 13-mile-long Round the Mountain Trail, with cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing available during the winter months.
Camping at Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA is also a good base for exploring the Colville National Forest, which encompasses the rugged peaks of the Selkirk and Kettle River mountains. Aside from the Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge where black bears, bighorn sheep, and cougars can all be spotted, it’s also home to the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area and the upper reaches of the Columbia River. Follow the section of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail that passes through the Colville National Forest or enjoy a more leisurely hike on the Sullivan Lake Trail, which has been designated as a National Recreation Trail.
A short drive southeast of Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA lies the Coeur d'Alene National Forest, which is situated just across the border in the Idaho panhandle. It sprawls across more than 725,000 acres and forms part of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests that extend from the Cascade Mountains in the west to the Bitterroot Mountains in the east. They feature vast lakes that offer world-class fishing and challenging rivers for whitewater rafting, as well as hundreds of miles of groomed trails for cross-country skiing. The Idaho Panhandle is also abundant in wildlife, with elk, whitetail deer, and woodland caribou among the resident species.
Newport campers are within easy access of the sights and attractions in Spokane, which is around an hour’s drive south of the RV park. Learn about the region’s history while browsing the art displays, cultural artifacts, and Native American heritage exhibitions at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture or head next door to the early-20th-century Campbell House, which is renowned for its Tudor architecture. Ride the cable car to get a bird’s-eye view of Spokane Falls or admire the sculptures that dot the Riverfront Park where the 1974 Worlds’ Fair was held. Spokane has plenty of supermarkets where you can stock up on groceries and eateries for dining out, as well as gas stations if you need to fill up your RV rental.
Or, head across the border into Idaho to visit Coeur d’Alene, which lies at the southern end of the Idaho Panhandle. It overlooks the immense Lake Coeur d’Alene, which is a hub for water sports, as well as being home to numerous parks and hiking trails (including part of the 23-mile North Idaho Centennial Trail). Delve into the local history at the Museum of North Idaho or explore the downtown area that’s clustered with specialty boutiques, art galleries, and antique shops.
If you’re traveling with kids, don’t miss a visit to the lakeside City Park & Beach where you’ll find a playground and plenty of picnic areas or head north for a day at the theme park just north of town. It’s packed with rides for all ages and thrill levels, including inverted roller coasters, bumper boats, and a Ferris wheel. Visiting during the summer months? You can cool off in the water park here, where you’ll find two wave pools, water slides, and the aptly-named Toddler Springs.
Whether you want to explore the trails of Mount Spokane or head across the border into the Idaho panhandle, book an RV in Pend Oreille County and start planning your next vacation.