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This Idaho forest was originally established as a forest reserve in 1906 by President Roosevelt and was reclassified as Coeur d'Alene National Forest in 1907. Coeur d'Alene National Forest sat, largely undeveloped and ignored by the majority of the country, in part due to a lack of easy transport. After World War II ended, and vehicles became more common, the park slowly saw an increase in recreational activity.
In the early 70s, the National Forest Service conceded it was overwhelmed and petitioned to consolidate a few national forest parks into one park in an effort to streamline administrative paperwork and budget oversight. The request was approved, and Coeur d'Alene National Forest, Kaniksu National Forest, and Saint Joe National Forest were …
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Curlew Lake State Park is located in northern Washington state, close to the US - Canada border and the towns of Republic, Curlew, and Tonasket. The park, as its namesake suggests, lies on the eastern shores of Curlew Lake. Flanked by the Colville National Forest, the Ferry National Forest, and a string of mountain ranges, Curlew Lake State Park is located in some of the most idyllic and breathtaking scenery in all of Washington State.
With an endless list of lakeside recreation and a vast area of woodland and foothills to explore, Curlew Lake State Park is the perfect place to take an RV rental in the state of Washington. Accessing the park with a rental RV …
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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.
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Farragut State Park, 20 miles north of Coeur d’ Alene and 50 miles east of Spokane, has a fascinating background that other state parks within the United States can‘t claim. It was once the second-largest Navy training center in the world during World War II, and even housed German prisoners of war. Nearly 300,000 sailors trained here before shipping off to the war, and it was the largest city in Idaho between 1942 and 1946. Construction of the facility was rapid and started right after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The 4,000-acre state park is on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille in northern Idaho, where you will find several RV rentals in Kootenai County.
The training center, …
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Hells Gate State Park sits on a river bottom that was exposed after the great ice age floods. The result of this is a beautiful park, filled with recreational opportunities, drawing people from Idaho and beyond. The park was also the site of New Perce Village; however, there is little of this left to see now.
The park is located in Lewiston, Idaho, along the states Banana Belt. This and it's higher elevation means that the state park has a long warm period in the summer months, drawing people to search for an RV in Nez Perce County. As well as visiting the park, for those that make use of the campgrounds, there are also nearby towns to explore, …
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When you plan a motorhome camping trip in Idaho, consider a visit to Heyburn State Park, Idaho's very first state park. Located in the city of Plummer, it’s also the oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest. Covering a massive 8000-acres, the state park is not very far from the cities of Post Falls and Saint Maries. Book an RV in Benewah County and set off on an adventure to explore these cities, after your camping trip to the park. Heyburn State Park is home to three scenic lakes, Benewah, Chatcolet and Hidden Lakes, along with a part of St. Joe River winding through parts of the park as well.
A tribe of Native Americans was the first …
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Kaniksu National Forest is located in far western Montana. The national forest actually spans the state border between Montana and neighboring Idaho. This is a very rural region. There are several small towns located nearby, including Trout Creek, MT, and Clark Fork, Idaho. The nearest larger town is Thompson Falls, MT, which is found about 50 miles to the east. The nearest larger city is Spokane, WA, at over 100 miles to the west.
This is a forested and mountainous part of the state. The area is a paradise for outdoor lovers. From camping, hiking, and water sport opportunities during the summer to snowmobiling and other winter activities during the lengthy, snowy months, you can find something fun …
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The Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge is located near Bonners Ferry, ID, which is situated in the far, northern portion of Idaho's panhandle. This is one of the larger towns in the local area. Another larger town found nearby is Libby, MT, which is located around 60 miles to the southeast. The nearest larger city is Spokane, WA, at over 100 miles to the southwest.
This is a very rural part of Idaho, where forested mountainsides tower around you. You are only about 30 miles from the international border with Canada in this part of the state. This region is an outdoor lover's paradise, no matter what time of the year you visit. When you come to this …
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Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, located in northeast Washington State, is not far from the towns and cities of Spokane, Chewelah, and Wellpinit. The recreational area lies on the banks of Lake Roosevelt, a lake formed with the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River. Being on the banks of Lake Roosevelt and the Columbia River gives visitors a vast opportunity for all sorts of water-based recreation. From the world-class fishing to the entire spectrum of watersports. The land surrounding Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area is also a landscape of rolling foothills, mountains, and pristine forests. All this provides a natural playground for hiking and nature watching.
With nearly a million visitors a year, …
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Liberty Lake Regional Park is located in eastern Washington, close to the Idaho border, and the towns of Liberty Lake, WA, Spokane, WA, and Hayden, ID. Lying on the shores of Liberty Lake, Liberty Lake Regional Park acts as the place to go for folks of the city and its surrounding area. The sprawling park encompasses a vast area of nearly four thousand acres. These include a picturesque landscape of wetlands, montane forests, and idyllic lawn areas. With the backdrop of Washington State’s foothills and vast woodlands, Liberty Lake Regional Park is a dream come true for any lover of the great outdoors.
The combination of great lakeside and hiking recreation, combined with easy access to nearby …
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Nestled between some of Montana’s most popular state parks - Flathead National Forest and Glacier National Park, just to name a couple - Logan State Park is often overlooked as a motorhome camping destination. However, sitting along the Thompson Chain of Lakes and surrounded by the grand Cabinet Mountains, Logan State Park is ideally based for exploring everything the Glacier Country Region has to offer.
When you book an RV in Lincoln County, you’ll have no problem accessing Logan State Park along the stretch of Highway 2 that runs between Kalispell and Libby. Once there, campers can enjoy an afternoon of boating, fishing or swimming on one of the many lakes in the area, or embark on a …
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Covering 13,919 acres, Mount Spokane State Park is one of the biggest state parks in Washington state. With miles of trails and stunning views from the 5,883-foot summit of the mountain, it is not surprising that so many people book an RV in Spokane County. Although most widely known for alpine winter recreation, the park offers all sorts of activities throughout the year, including horseback riding, biking, berry picking, hiking, snowshoeing, and picnicking, to name a few.
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In the heart of the Washington Palouse region, Palouse Falls formed around 13,000 years ago as the last great glacier scraped and gouged its way north. Palouse Falls is one of the few waterfalls from the Ice Age-era still flowing today in the United States. In 1951, Palouse Falls State Park was officially established, providing it some protection from commercial endeavors. The Palouse region is a gently rolling plains that somewhat resembles sand dunes, especially in late summer, when the heat has set in and browned the wheat and barley to shimmering gold. Largely an agricultural region, most of the towns are centered around farming and transport of grains.
The closest large town, Pomeroy, is about 40 miles to …
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A really easy way to explore central Washington is to search for an RV in Grant County, which is centrally located in the state. This county is home to Potholes State Park, which is a great destination to visit when you are staying in the area. Potholes State Park is a very unique, 773-acre park that has over 6,000 feet of freshwater shorelines for guests to enjoy. The park was originally formed after an Ice-Age event carved chunks out of the land, creating hundreds of tiny islands that are surrounded by small, pothole like lakes.
Potholes State Park is a pleasant place to enjoy some state park RV camping, and since it is centrally located in the state, there …
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Priest Lake State Park is located in northern Idaho, a few miles from the US - Canadian border and the towns of Sandpoint, Priest River, and Bonners Ferry. The state park straddles the eastern shores of Priest Lake and is surrounded by the picturesque landscape of the Selkirk Mountains and cedar forests. Many frequent the green Priest Lake State Park every year, hoping to soak up some of that mountain air and the quintessential North American landscapes.
The combination of lakeside recreation, mountainous foothill landscapes, and chance to escape the big cities, all make Priest Lake State Park the ideal place to take an RV rental in Idaho. Accessing the state park with a rental RV is …
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Located just a few miles north of Spokane, Riverside State Park lies along the route of the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers. It is one of the largest state parks in Washington, covering over 11,000 acres and offers a range of outdoor activities to enjoy. There are very few large towns in the area due to the terrain, but you are very close to several forests, including the large Coeur d'Alene National Forest.
The terrain in this area is hilly as it’s on the edge of the Cascade Mountain range, but it makes a great location for exploring the Washington State area when you search for an RV in Spokane County.
The park was established in 1933 …
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A quiet RV camping trip is waiting in northwestern Idaho right below the Canadian border. Just 15 minutes from Sandpoint, one hour east of Spokane, and 15 minutes north of Athol, you’ll find the quaint 142-acre Round Lake State Park. At an elevation of 2,100 feet, Round Lake State Park is a getaway for motorhome campers who love seclusion and enjoy the sounds of nature.
This area was formed thousands of years ago during the Ice Age when glaciers carved up the land and formed the lakes, mountains, and valleys you see today. The main draw of this park is its namesake, Round Lake, which covers 58 acres and is home to a large variety of land …