Pend Oreille County Park

Whether you are planning a family picnic, hiking with friends or just craving some solitude in a magnificent setting, Pend Oreille County’s park and trails can provide a great outdoor experience.

In the early 1980’s the State of Washington granted jurisdiction of the 440 acres of this park to Pend Oreille County. It is located just north of the Spokane County line on Highway 2 and offers primitive tent and small RV camping with a few amenities. Wildlife such as elk, white-tailed deer, moose, black bear, bobcat, and many small mammals as well as bird species are abundant in the park but the main attractions are the majestic old growth trees found in the area.

Park Services

  • Camping

    Camping is open daily from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Depending on the weather, camping may open earlier in May and close in October. Please check with the Parks and Recreation department for more information.

    There are 17 camping sites, each with a picnic table, fire grill, and fire pit.

    Potable water is available at multiple sites throughout the campground.

    The park is serviced by Vault toilets, which are ADA accessible.

    Overnight camping is first come, first served and costs $10.00 per night.

    Electrical and water hookups are not available.

    Camp sites are limited to vehicles 18′ in length or smaller.

  • Day Use Area (No Fee Area)

    Amenities include:

    Medium sized open picnic shelter

    Picnic Tables

    Fire rings

    BBQ grills

    ADA Compatible Vault toilet

    Large parking lot that will easily accommodate 20-25 vehicles

    Parking lot is large enough to accommodate school buses

  • Hiking

    Enjoy over 7 miles of trails throughout the park, one main loop trail and a variety of adjoining trails and loops.

    The trail system may be accessed year-round for hiking, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing from the park entrance parking lot.

    The trails are maintained by volunteers. Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department if there are issues to be corrected on the trail.

    Currently, it can be a little confusing on the trails. Pend Oreille County will re-map the trails and proper signage will be installed by Spring 2016.

    For the current trail map, click on icon below.

    We are also listed as trail #63 in Day Hiking Eastern Washington by Rich Landers and Craig Romano.



If you are planning on coming to hike the wonderful trails in the county park, be aware that we probably have new trees blocking the trails. If you are out there and come across one, let us know the trail and approximate distance. Thanks and have fun.


The trails are still open and can be accessed from the parking area near Highway 2. Please call Todd McLaughlin (509-447-6906) with any questions.


The Pend Oreille County Campground and Day Use Area will be closing on November 1st and will reopen on Memorial Day weekend next year.


Day Use Area

Equestrian Group Camp