The best camping near Fields Spring State Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Fields Spring State Park adventure.

Commune with nature in the deep woods of this quiet spot in southeastern Washington state.  

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Overnight at the Oasis

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Anatone, WA
Boggan's Oasis is in the SE corner of Washington state, right on the breathtaking Grande Ronde River. Visitors can arrive by driving to the bottom of Rattlesnake Grade (WA-129), or the bottom of Buford Grade (OR-3). These two curvacious roads are extremely popular rides for motorcyclists and bicyclists nationally. Visitors may also arrive by water (rafts, driftboats, jetboats, kayaks, etc) coming downriver from Oregon, or upriver from the Snake River (WA/ID). Many other unpaved roads will lead guests to our canyon, which creates great opportunities for off-road vehicle adventures! The Grande Ronde River, which drains much of northeast Oregon's Union and Wallowa counties, is fed by snowpack in the Elkhorn Mountains. The Wallowa River, a major tributary to the Grande Ronde, headwaters in the Wallowa Mountains, mostly within the Eagle Cap Wilderness. Twenty-two miles from Boggan's Oasis, the Grande Ronde River flows into the mighty Snake River. The river is surrounded by steep, rugged canyon walls that rise 3000 to 4000 feet above the river level. Dense conifer forests blend into grassy slopes set off by scattered conifer "stringers." Called "The Land of Winding Waters" by Native Americans, the river is home to rainbow trout, dolly varden, whitefish, squawfish, suckers, bass, and steelhead. Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, bighorn sheep, bear, bald eagles, and a variety of smaller animals and birds can be seen daily. And yes, there are rattlesnakes! Fishing, hunting, hiking, all kinds of boating/floating, offroad vehicle riding, and animal/bird watching are beyond expectations in this area. Seasonally, guests can also successfully gather a variety of mushrooms and berries while on one of the many nearby hiking trails. Many of these short walks also lead to incredible, far-reaching views of the Blue Mountains, Wenaha wildlife sanctuary, Hells Canyon, and the tri-state area. In the hotter summer months, the swimming hole below the Boggan's Bridge is a popular way to cool off. Boggan's Oasis also offers fishing trips, float trips, shuttles, and a FULL restaurant! Check our website for more info.
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Farmstead Veiws

13 sites · RVs26 acres · Pullman, WA
Learn more about this land: Several level gravel spots with easy access to both Moscow and Pullman, just three miles from WSU and U of I campuses. Take in the stars in the open fields of the Palouse, enjoy a beautiful sunrise/sunset or just take in some peace and quiet. We have 2 spots that can accommodate water, electricity, and sewage hookup, 2 with water only, and several more dry camp spots on open gravel lots. *Please ask us about our weekly and monthly rates!
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Farmers Lane Country RV Camp

3 sites · RVs2 acres · Enterprise, OR
Beautiful quiet country location in Wallowa County, Oregon between Enterprise and Joseph. Wide open view of the majestic Wallowa Mountains just a hop & skip away. Lovely sound of water flowing thru front of property. Paved road for great bicycling and walking in the countryside. Use of shaded front yard for dining & relaxing with soothing sounds of waterway. A central location to enjoy all Wallowa County has to offer!
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Convenient Palouse Paradise

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Moscow, ID
A quiet, scenic, and convenient location just a couple minutes from Moscow. 50' x 150' campsite with lot's of room. Mix of mowed grass and dirt. Water and 15 amp electricity available via supplied hose and extension cord. 30amp to 15amp adapter available if needed. Wifi available. Site has its own dedicated entrance, and is adjacent to a residence. Leashed dogs welcome. Free range chicken and barn cat entertainment provided.
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Whiskey Creek Camp

5 sites · Lodging, RVs1 acre · Wallowa, OR
PERFECTLY LOCATED TO ACCESS ALL OF THE MAGICAL SURROUNDING AREAS. WHISKEY CREEK CAMP is located within walking district to the historic town of Wallowa Oregon. It is the perfect basecamp for all of your outdoor desires! Each CAMPSITE is nestled near Whiskey Creek under the shade of English Willow trees on the edge of a beautiful meadow. The three camp sites have plenty of shade from the afternoon sun and offers water access to the creek for wading, catching frogs, fishing (with a fishing license of course), and crawdads. Fires in firepit only. COMMUNAL KITCHEN area and fire pit. Enjoy the great outdoors and cute towns in every direction! Wallowa Lake Lostine Joseph Highway 3 North (scenic drive) Hells Canyon Minum River Fishing Horseback adventures Hiking Kayaking Mountain Bike Trails Climbing? Local Restaurants/Bars/Music M.Crow Lostine Mexican Cool Local Dive Bars? Visitor Center Foundary tour/Silo tour Nez Perse museums Cultural Experiences P.S. There may be livestock on the property, and we ask that they not be bothered. There will be an electric fence keeping them away from the camp sites but won't hinder you from exploring the property. We will have a map for you, so you know which boundaries not to cross allowing our neighbors their privacy. There is access to Wallowa River from our property for larger fishing opportunities, you just need to know how to climb a wire fence as there is no easy access to the river as of yet.
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Glamp at the Evans Farm

3 sites · Lodging, Tents30 acres · Joseph, OR
The Evans Farm is a Century Farm which has been in our family for three generations (with the fourth generation children enjoying it now).  It was a self sufficient family farm for many years with Jersey Dairy cattle, Suffolk Sheep, pigs, quality horses, both Draft and Riding, and a flock of chickens.  A large garden supplied family vegetables.  A love for the land and the area were all part of the Farm. Located two miles from Joseph, three miles from Wallowa Lake, and close to hiking, fishing, camping, and outdoor adventures, the Farm is secluded but offers easy access to the surrounding area. 
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AirField Estates

30 sites · RVs, Tents2000 acres · Troy, ID
We are a century old farm, the 4th generation of Nelson farmers and working on the 5th! 360 degree view of the Palouse farm ground with beautiful mountains in the background. enjoy the fire pit on the back or the covered front porch. Call for information to fly into our private air strip!
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Obscure Vineyards

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Lewiston, ID
5 acres Located on a vineyard with 180 degree views of both the Waha and Blue mountain ranges. Within 5 minutes of two wineries, one of which makes wine out of the properties grapes. Communal fire pit and hammocks in the vineyard. During harvest or pruning season campers are welcome to join in the activities.
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Lemmie Camp

1 site · RV, Tent15 acres · Enterprise, OR
15 Acre farm with views of the Wallowa Mountains, and the Seven Devils in Idaho. Only 2 miles from town, but secluded and quiet surrounded by bare land and hillsides. Easy access to all of the town amenities, with an out-of-town feel. Leave the busy sounds of traffic and tourism and enjoy your quiet serene space. Chance to see a variety of wildlife passing through. You are minutes from local restaurants, 13 miles from Wallowa Lake State Park & all that the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest has to offer- trailheads for hiking, the lake for swimming or boating, and a bike or walking trail. Just outside of town you can head to the Minam River, or Snake River for fishing and recreation. 15 miles from the Zumwalt Prairie Nature Preserve where you can observe nature and agriculture.
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Wheat and Beans

1 site · RV3 acres · Moscow, ID
Welcome to Wheat & Beans, a charming farmhouse property constructed in 1900! Situated close to town yet nestled in a tranquil setting, this property offers a serene getaway for your vacation. As you explore the surroundings, you'll be captivated by the breathtaking views of Moscow Mountain to the East and stunning sunsets to the West. The property is enveloped by picturesque farmland, featuring lush fields of wheat and Garbanzo Beans, creating a scenic backdrop that truly embodies the essence of rural living. One of the unique aspects of our property is the presence of our friendly and curious barn cats. They add a touch of charm and may even join you on your adventures around the grounds. Additionally, our free-roaming chickens contribute to the idyllic atmosphere as they meander through the property, creating a delightful and authentic farm experience. To ensure your comfort and convenience during your stay, we provide essential amenities such as water, a 50 amp hook-up, and a dump station located at the parking area. Please note that there is a slight hill on the property, which may require some RV leveling. As you explore the grounds, you'll notice the trees and grain bins that not only provide shade and relief from the wind and sun but also add to the rustic charm of the property. You can enjoy leisurely strolls amidst the peaceful greenery or simply relax and bask in the tranquility of the surroundings. Whether you're seeking a serene retreat or an opportunity to experience rural farm life, our RV parking offers a delightful blend of comfort, natural beauty, and a touch of farmyard enchantment. Come and create lasting memories in this idyllic setting! Ask about event space in the Barn
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Weiland Forage and Farm

1 site · RV, Tent8 acres · Dayton, WA
Situated in the foothills of the Blue Mountains just 20 miles from the ski mountain, Bluewood in Dayton, WA, our peaceful 8 acres homestead features a bubbling creek that runs through the property. We have alpine goat mixes, kune kune pig mixes, 2 great pyranees mixes all penned up but available for petting. Then our beloved and ever so friendly house dog roams free on the property and will greet you with a smile and a constant wag. Hunting, fishing, skiing and horseback riding are all activities that are closeby.
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Triple H Ranch

3 sites · RVs3 acres · Lewiston, ID
Park like setting, in town mini ranch on 3 acres, with pastures, trees, and gardens. We have horses, chickens, goats and ducks to keep you company while you explore the grounds, with several benches to sit and relax. We are close to the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers, with world class steel head fishing. Within 30 minutes you can be exploring the Waha or Blues Mountains. We are 40 minutes from Moscow ID and Pullman WA. We have room for you to park your campers and/or boats. If you’re here for the rodeo, you can board your horse here along with you. Small groups are welcome. We have a large covered area for group eating and gatherings. Glamping groups are welcome too! We are on the southeast corner of the Lewiston Orchards area, just up from the Rodeo grounds.
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The best camping near Fields Spring State Park guide

Overview

About

Just a stone's throw from Oregon and a hop, skip and a jump from Idaho, this state park lies in the Blue Mountains of far southeast Washington. Take a dip in its Grand Ronde River or strap on snowshoes for cold-weather exploration.

If you're the hiking type, make sure to hit the Puffer Butte trail. Taking this leads to a tremendous view from the highest point in the state park. Parts of Oregon, Idaho, and Washington are all visible from here. The beautiful Wallowa Mountains of Oregon mark the horizon.

Campers will find a few special options for overnight stays in Fields Spring. There are two teepees set up for summer use that fit eight Hipcampers each.

Got a smaller group? You can also rent out the park's cozy Tamarack Cabin year-round -- this spot sleeps four. Be sure to bring all the supplies you need with you, though! The nearest town is 30 miles away.

Notable campgrounds

  • Reservable Campsites - Enjoy the great outdoors with a campfire and picnic table at your personal site.
  • Fields Spring Teepees - Experience a unique stay in one of the park's traditional teepees, complete with fire pits.
  • Tamarack Cabin - For a more comfortable retreat, the cozy cabin offers a serene getaway amid the pines.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your spot, as the park's unique accommodations fill up quickly.
  • Consider visiting during the off-peak season for better availability and a quieter experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellation policies and last-minute openings for unexpected opportunities.
  • Explore nearby camping options if the park is fully booked to still enjoy the surrounding area.

When to go

The best time to visit Fields Spring State Park is during the summer months, from 6:30am to dusk, when the weather is ideal for hiking and picnicking. Winter offers a snowy wonderland from 8am to dusk, perfect for snow sports, though it's wise to check snow conditions ahead of time.

Know before you go

  • Always keep dogs on a leash and fires contained to designated areas for safety and park preservation.
  • Be aware of seasonal burn bans and controlled burning that may affect park access and air quality.
  • Accessibility is a priority, with features like accessible restrooms and parking available for all visitors.
  • Remember to purchase a Discover Pass or a Sno-Park permit for park entry, depending on the season.
  • Check the park's hours, which vary by season, to plan your visit accordingly.

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