Edgewater Campground is perched along the banks of the Pend Oreille River in the Colville National Forest. The quiet, family-friendly campground attracts visitors who come for boating, hiking and fishing. The picturesque area, surrounded by cedar, hemlock and Douglas fir, boasts views of the Selkirk Mountains.
$18 per night for single site
$36 per night for double site
$9 per extra vehicle
$5 for day use
$40 season pass for all day use areas run by Scenic Canyons on the Colville National Forest.
Reservations: To reserve sites go here.
Natural Features: The campground sits on a bluff on the east bank of the river at an elevation of 2,000 feet. Many campsites offer a scenic view of the river. The forest floor is covered with thimbleberry, wild rose and other shrubs.
The 1.1 million acre Colville National Forest lies in the northeast corner of Washington. The forest's great salmon runs first attracted native Americans to the area, then miners, homesteaders and fur trappers followed. The variety of resources and natural beauty in the region continues to attract visitors.
Three mountain ranges, the Okanogan, Kettle River and Selkirk, run through the Colville Forest.
Recreation: Trout and bass fishing is great for avid anglers. A boat ramp is located on-site.
Hikers enjoy exploring nearby Terry Trail and Box Canyon. Wildlife watching for moose, white-tailed deer and the endangered woodland caribou is another popular activity.
Facilities: Parking spurs are gravel and grass and can accommodate any size RV. A campground host is on-site, and firewood is available for sale. Amenities include vault toilets, drinking water and trash collection.
Nearby Attractions: Sweet Creek Falls is located just north of the city of Ione.
Directions: Located 90 miles north of Spokane. From the junction of State Highway 20, follow State Highway 31 north for 3 miles to the junction of the Sullivan Lake Road (County Road 9345). After crossing the Ione Bridge eastbound over the Pend Oreille River, immediately turn left (north) onto County Road 3669 (Box Canyon) and proceed two miles to campground entrance. See map below.
For more information, visit the Forest Service website.