New this year, camp sites have been improved with you in mind.
Can we reserve campsites / campgrounds? Campsites can only be reserved on-line through the Forest Service at www.recreation.gov. There are 2 group campsites that can be reserved. One of the group sites holds up to 80 people and the other up to 100 people. Each group site cost $150.00 per night. The campsite that supports up to 80 people has running water available while the one with 100 person capacity does not. Some of the campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call us if you have an questions. All prices are subject to change. Cancellation policy.
***Pool use charge is separate from camping fees.
Do sites have water & power for RVers?
Portable water is close to campsites. Electricity and dump stations are not available.
Do you have a trash dump?
We have no trash service. You must carry out everything that you carry in.
What is the charge for the campsites? Campsites managed by the Forest Service are $15.00 per night for a single unit and $30.00 per night for a double unit. Reservations must be made at www.recreation.gov. Campsites on Silver Creek private property are available at a first come first serve basis only. These campsites are located close to the cabins and the pool. Our campsites are $15.00 per night per sleeping unit. The charge for a group campsite is $150.00 per day or per night. Prices subject to change.
Are pets allowed? Yes, but all dogs must be on a leash.
A FEW DOS & DON’TS
- No loud, abusive, or drunken behavior will be tolerated (This includes loud radios, barking dogs, etc)
- Quiet hours 11 pm till 9 am (Including generators)
- We generate our own electricity so please do not bring appliances. (hair dryers, microwave ovens, electric skillets, etc.) Phone charges and computers are fine.
- Handicap access to pool and rest rooms available
- All dogs must be on a leash. Pets inside cabins require a non-refundable $20.00 charge per pet. Price subject to change.
- Due to the listing of the Bull trout on the Endangered Species list we have a 50 foot Riparian zone on both sides of Silver Creek. No camping or driving within the Riparian zone is allowed. Please check with the office if you have any questions on these areas. We hope you have a great time.
We appreciate and thank you for your business!