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Spokane Guide
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The best camping near Spokane, Washington.

With hills above, plains below and a river running through, Spokane combines all the fun of the northwest outdoors.


Palouse Stargazing
Daniel
Daniel: Matt and Melissa pulled out all the stops for us! We got a true Spokane welcoming (which we soon learn...
Direct book $15/night
Lily Ridge
Lily Ridge
100% – 3 Responses
Kat
Kat: It was a nice place to camp in a secluded area right by Newport WA. The owners were very nice and welc...
Request book $20/night
Head any direction out of Spokane and you're bound to wind up at a world class camping destination. Tucked between expansive mountain ranges and foothills, there's no shortage of long hikes and impressive mountain overlooks to fill your days, and the nearby Spokane river is popular among rafters and boaters looking for some thrills. Riverside State Park, just minutes from Read more...
Head any direction out of Spokane and you're bound to wind up at a world class camping destination. Tucked between expansive mountain ranges and foothills, there's no shortage of long hikes and impressive mountain overlooks to fill your days, and the nearby Spokane river is popular among rafters and boaters looking for some thrills. Riverside State Park, just minutes from downtown Spokane, is a no-fail option for peaceful, outdoor vibes. Set up camp in the evergreens, or head right to the banks of the Spokane River with an inner tube in hand. Northeast of the city, Mount Spokane State Park is the place to go for secluded camping and endless trails through the rolling hills. The inland climate makes for hot summers and cold winters, but there's no wrong time of year to go camping near Spokane. The natural abundance and diverse scenery of the region make it a popular destination for hikers, horseback riders, boaters and wildlife aficionados; no matter your camping style, Spokane is bound to satisfy.
RV Camp
Kat
Kat: Good piece of land to stay on if you are in need of a place to stay in the area. They provide you with...
Direct book $10/night
Painted Sacred Tipi
Ann
Ann: Mary Alice's Painted Sacred Tipi is absolutely magical. The experience of sleeping on the ground next ...
Direct book $50/night
Humans first appeared in the region between 8,000 and 13,000 years ago, and these Spokane People lived off the area's abundant game.
Over the Falls
Linda
Linda : Pick your spot from a shady glade to a rocky peak overlooking our magnificent mini grande canyon and...
Direct book $50/night
Heavens Heart Farm
Robin
Robin: Fifteen acres wooded and fields. In the last lambastel in Idaho. five miles from the st. Maries River....
Direct book $5/night
The "Lilac City" is Spokane's official nickname.
Camp Bitcoin
Andrew
Andrew: Pitch a Tent or stay in a Play House 5 acres campsite between Davis lake and Sacheen Lake...
Direct book $125/night
Camp Bitcoin Tent Site
Andrew
Andrew: Pitch a tent hang by the Fire Have a good time Stargaze And enjoy a hot coffee and breakfast
Direct book $20/night
Spokane was the site of Expo '74, the world's first environmentally-themed world's fair.
Tier Three: Primitive Creek Side
Charles
Charles: Cool year round.   You will be able to drive, time of year pending, to a one car on-site spot that...
Direct book $15/night
Tier Two:  Modern Primitive
Charles
Charles: This site is accessible by more than one car and easy in and out.   It is nestled among trees at the...
Direct book $20/night
The damming of the Spokane River created the scenic Spokane Falls, located right in Spokane's city center.
Tier One:  RV Big Mountains Big Sky
Charles
Charles: The best of Northern Idaho camping is here.   Easy in and out. This is actually your view on a Summer...
Direct book $30/night
Tombstone Ranch
Brad
Brad: Awesome sight, excellent friendly host with lots of animals and wildlife. We forgot to bring a few ite...
Direct book $40/night
Spokane's location between the Cascades to the west and the Rockies to the east make it's much drier than its coastal neighbors.
The Last Resort
Dana
Dana: Impoving and Close to nature, surrounded by mountains trees and pastures. Off the Grid 2.5 acres. Appr...
Direct book $20/night
Rustic Enchantment
Tawnya
Tawnya: We have a beautiful camp ground with artesian well right on site. Across the way is a huge...
Direct book $40/night
Freedom Hooves Ranch
Kelly
Kelly: Freedom Hooves Ranch is a working ranch. We have cattle, horses, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens and may...
Direct book $25/night
Freedom Hooves Ranch II
Kelly
Kelly: This spot is more secluded and there is only 3 sites on this. 30 acres so this makes the site very...
Direct book $35/night
Little Bear Ranch
Kat
Kat: First of all, it is located in a BEAUTIFUL area! We love northern Idaho so much. This Hipcamp is 30 mi...
Request book $35/night
Farmhouse with Sweeping Views
Ann
Ann: I absolutely loved my stay here! This beautiful farmhouse has a lot of modern touches, and yet kept a ...
Direct book $180/night
Big Blue Yurt on a Sheep Farm
Ann
Ann: Bring produce to make your own meals - they have a fully equipped kitchen. Also, make use of the sauna...
Direct book $100/night
Sunset Forest - Camp Near Spokane
Anna
Anna: I want to say ahead of the time that the family that owns this property is very nice and their kids pl...
Direct book $25/night