RV Campgrounds around Moscow, Idaho

RV Campgrounds around Moscow, Idaho
Moscow, Idaho is in the far western section of the state, abutting the Washington state line. Moscow has a university, which is part of the Idaho state system, and access to many outdoor possibilities. Hiking trails, mountain biking, road cycling, river rafting and fly-fishing make the region a prime destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Year-round activities for the great outdoors means skiing and snow-shoeing in winter. RV travelers in the Moscow area have several parks in the greater Moscow region to select from.

Green Acres RV

Green Acres RV has a limited number of RV sites in the park set in the heart of Moscow. Make your reservations as soon as possible, as the Green Acres RV Park has only six sites. The sites have electric, water and sewer connections, and pets are allowed. The Latah Trail is within a 15-minute drive. Rock hounds get to ply their hobby at the Emerald Creek Garnet Area, one of a handful of regions in the world where four and six ray garnets are found. Palouse State Park is within an hour's drive of Green Acres where trails to waterfalls and swimming holes are found.

Green Acres RV

2921 Cameron Rd.

Moscow, ID 83843


Latah County Fairgrounds

The Latah County Fairgrounds, in Moscow, offers five for RV campers. Hookups include water and electric and sewer. The RV sites are first come, first served. Campsites are not available during weekend shows, if scheduled, nor during the county fair. The fair ground manager suggests calling ahead to see what the grounds schedule is, and to inquire if the RV camping area is open during your planned visit. Showers, toilets and picnic tables are available. Pets are allowed if they are leashed and not left unattended.

Latah County Fairgrounds

1021 Harold Street

Moscow, ID 83843



Pines RV Park

Head 30 minutes northeast of Moscow to the Pines RV Park, set along the Palouse River banks. The Pines RV Park, as the name suggests, is under many tall pines, providing shade from the hot Idaho sun during the summer months. The park offers electric, water, sewer, cable TV and Wi-Fi hookups. Dogs must be leashed and not left unattended in the park. Fly fish the Palouse from the campground, or drop your canoe or kayak onto the water and head out for a paddle, looking for herons, osprey and the occasional eagle.

The Pines RV Park

4510 Highway 6

Harvard, ID 83834-9730


Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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