History buffs will love this KOA! Lewis and Clark explored the area in 1805 on their way down the Snake River, but Native Americans lived at the confluence of the Snake, Palouse and Tucannon rivers for thousands of years. The campground, marina and restaurant are located at historic Lyons Ferry crossing. Nearby, see Joso Bridge (almost 3/4 of a mile long). Visit Palouse Falls and view the splendor of the 200-foot waterfall. The marina has 84 boat slips, surrounded by impressive river views and rock formations. Fish for bass, salmon, steelhead, walleye, pikeminnow and catfish. The fully stocked camp store has gifts, groceries and RV supplies. Or enjoy a meal in the restaurant.
Don't forget your boat! The marina has 84 boat slips, surrounded by impressive views and rock formations. Enjoy more than 5,000 feet of river frontage and fish for bass, salmon, steelhead, walleye, pikeminnow and catfish. Check out the nearby (2 min. by car) Corp of Engineers river front day-use area with hiking trails and picnicking. Stock up on groceries, snacks and gifts in our fully stocked Kampstore or grab a great meal in our restaurant. The Snake River Grill is a great family restaurant with homemade specials, espresso & more! The dogs will love our large doggie play park! Come, stay & play!
*LATE ARRIVALS! Any campers arriving after 8pm must call 800-562-5418 in advance for instructions for late arrival procedures.