Stage II fire restrictions are now in place on the Colville National Forest. This means no fires are allowed in Lake Gillette Campground. Gas powered stoves are still allowed. Visit the Forest Service website for more information on what is currently not allowed.
Lake Gillette Campground
Lake Gillette campground lies on the east shore of Lake Gillette, a popular spot for boating and fishing. Lake Gillette campground is a 14 site campground with paved interior roads and parking spurs, animal resistant garbage containers, pressurized water system and accessible concrete vault toilets. Six of the campsites are double sites.
Day-use Area includes five picnic tables, five fire rings, animal resistant garbage containers, developed swim beach with buoys and ropes, rustic amphitheater, three paved parking areas, concrete boat launch and paved loop access road.
$18 per night for a single site
$36 per night for a double site
$9 per extra vehicle
$5 for day use
$40 for season pass for all day use areas operated by Scenic Canyons on the Colville National Forest.
Reservations: Not available.
Directions: Lake Gillette campground is located 23 miles east of Colville, WA and 15 miles west of Ione, WA. It is accessed via Washington State Highway 20 and County Road 4987. See map below.
Amenities: Toilets, drinking water, garbage service.
Open dates: Memorial Day to Labor Day, weather permitting.
Nearby: Fishing, boating, and hiking.
For more information, visit the Forest Service website.