Tent sites along creek at Spokane Creek Cabins & Campground

tent & RV SITES

RV sites at Spokane Creek Cabins & Campground

Camp Sites

Spokane Creek offers 24 camp sites ideal for tents, pop-up, truck campers or small RVs.  Our camp sites are positioned along the creek and have a picnic table and fire ring.

We offer 3 levels of camp sites:

  • Primitive - without any electric or water hookups at the site

  • 15 amp electric 

  • 20 amp electric & water - the largest sites we offer

Check in time for camp sites -1:00 pm

Check out time for camp sites - 11:00 am

RV Sites

Spokane Creek offers 22 RV sites with 30 amp service, 8 of which are full hookups (water, electric & sewer) and 14 are water and electric only - a dump station is located by the shower house and is free for our guests.

Most of our sites are 60 feet long and 30 feet wide.  However, we do have 9 sites that are shorter in length - from 25 feet to 40 feet.  Because of the size differences it is important to let us know what size your rig is so that we can ensure that you are in a spot that fits your needs.

 

Our RV sites are level, grassy spots and have a picnic table at each location.  Due to the proximity to the US Forest Service land that is adjacent to our property, the 30 amp RV sites do not have fire rings.  However, we have a couple public fire rings for those who would like to enjoy a campfire or roast marshmallows.

 

New in 2020 - We have added 9 - 50 amp electric and water sites along the creek with a fire pit and picnic table.

RV Sites & Playground
RV Sites & Playground

30 amp RV sites & playground

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50 amp Sites
50 amp Sites

50 amp sites along the creek

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Tent Site
Tent Site

Tent sites along the creek

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Tent Sites
Tent Sites

Tent Sites

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As you can see, our property is surrounded by the beauty of nature and we have regular visitors such as deer, turkey, and big horn sheep.  Our American Flag hiking trail starts at the back of the property and goes up the mountain to the flag on top, from which you can see distant views of Mt. Rushmore.