Luby Bay Campground lies on the east side of Priest Lake in Idaho. The campground is split into an upper loop and two lower loops. The lowest loop brings you closest to the beach and the lake. Surrounded by the soft embrace of the pine, tamarack, spruce & fir, this campground will allow you to have the feel of the woods while enjoying many of the amenities of home. The sites are populated with many trees in between each site. And the bathrooms are all flush toilets! Potable water to fill your RV can be done at the dump station in the upper portion of the campground and when you go to leave, you can dump your gray and black water (the real glamourous stuff here!) for a fee.
Luby Bay has a sandy beach stretching along Priest Lake. Most of the lake has a swim area roped off from boats and other crafts so you and your family can enjoy swimming at the lake without the worry of watercraft coming into the area. It is a short walk down to the beach on a slightly sloped dirt path from the day use parking area. The parking area is a fee area, so if you park there please pay. Unloading and loading is free as long as you don't park there for more than 10 minutes.
Local places to visit while staying here are Granite Falls & Ancient Cedar Forest, Hanna Flats hiking trail, The Priest Lake Farmers Market (held fridays at 11:30 am), & of course: Huckleberries!
Some groceries & fuel can be purchased at the two gas stations near the lake. There are a variety of places to eat near the campground and you can find them listed at www.priestlake.org
You can learn more on Luby Bay's page. Reserve a spot at recreation.gov - spots do fill up quick!