RV Parks near Moscow, ID

RV Parks near Moscow, ID
Moscow sits along the Idaho/Washington border and is the point from which many visitors to the region head to St. Joe National Forest for hiking, mountain biking, canoeing and kayaking. St. Joe does have two small campgrounds that can accommodate RVs, but facilities are limited and drivers of larger vehicles might find it difficult to negotiate the spaces. Thankfully, the communities surrounding Moscow have several RV park options.

Hells Canyon Resort

Hells Canyon Resort has sites on the Snake River, along the historic Lewis and Clark Trail. The resort provides 36 pull-through and 11 back-in spaces, with accommodations for vehicles up to 40 feet in length. Guests can expect paved roads and full hook ups with 30/50 amp service. Sites include free wireless Internet service. The park provides dog runs for pet exercise, an indoor pool and hot tub and a full service marina. Visitors can bike, skate or jog along the 30-mile paved Lewiston-Clarkston Levee pathway that follows the Snake River or explore Hells Gate State Park. Hells Gate is 3.5 miles from the resort and offers hiking and bike trails.

Hells Canyon Resort
1560 Port Drive
Clarkston, WA 99403
(509) 758-6963
hellscanyon.net/Hells_Canyon_RV_Park.htm

Premier RV Resorts

Clarkston is 33.5 miles south of Moscow, just over the border in Washington. Clarkston is home to Premier RV Resorts, where travelers can expect long pull-through sites with paved drives, 50-amp electric and free Wi-Fi service. Satellite TV also is available. A laundry facility and concierge service are provided for guest comfort and convenience. Premier operates a network of resorts and gives deep discounts through a value-card promotion. In addition to hiking and bike trails, Hells Gate State Park offers swimming and boat dock access.

Premier RV Resorts
306 Granite Lake Drive
Clarkston, WA 99403
(509) 751-1635
(800) 989-4578
premierrvresorts.com

Boyer Park and Marina

Boyer Park has a Colfax address but is closer to the small town of Almota, 32 miles directly east of Moscow. Boyer has sites with full hook ups, picnic tables and garbage collection service. The park includes a dump station and laundry for guest use. Located 2 miles away from Lower Granite Lock and Dam, the park has a marina, and boats can be launched from the grounds. Skiing, rafting and swimming are allowed. A 3.5-mile bike and jogging path is accessible on site and travelers can expect to see many types of wildlife.

Boyer Park and Marina
1753 Granite Road
Colfax, WA 99111
(509) 397-3208
bpark.biz

Article Written By Alice Moon

Alice Moon is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience. She was chosen as a Smithsonian Institute intern, working for the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., and has traveled throughout Asia. Moon holds a Bachelor of Science in political science from Ball State University.

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