Name: Dworshak State Park
Campsites: There are 105 campsites in Dworshak State Park arranged into 5 loops and a tent camping area. Blackberry and Aspen loops are small group sites, Osprey and Kokanee loops are larger and fairly open compared to Camas loop which is on the hill above Kokanee Loop. I will review each loop in detail on the "Campsites" page. There is a third group site named Three Meadows group camp which was occupied at the time of our visit so I was not able to learn anything about it. If you want more info on it check reserveamerica.com or you may call 208-476-3132.
Host on Site: There is a multi-person staff which includes at least 1 camp host.
Water: There is water available throughout the park. I have included more detailed info on the availablity of hookups ion the "Campsites" page.
Garbage Services: There are serveral garbage dumpsters scattered about.
Electricity Available: Some campsites offer electrical hookups.
Restroom: There are restrooms in each loop and near the boat launch.
Handicap Accessible: Restrooms and showers are handicap accessible.
Firewood: At the time of our visit firewood was available for purchase.
Pets: Are welcome but must be on a leash.
Picnic Area: There are picnic tables available at the boat launch and swimming areas. There is also a large covered shelter with tables, barbeque grills, water and electricity.
Recreation: Dworshak State Park offers a variety of recreational options which include boating, fishing, canoeing, hiking, swimming, horseshoes, volleyball, archery, photography and wildlife watching.
Fishing: Per Idaho Fish & Game Dworshak Reservoir has Bull, Rainbow cutthroat trout, small mouth bass, Kokanee and Crappie. So make sure you bring your fishing poles.
Boating: There is a nice boat launch and I have included pictures on our "Recreation" page.
Swimming: The "beach" is not the best, check it out on our "Recreation" page.
Hiking: Terri and I hiked both the Placid View nature trail and the Big Eddy trail.
Wildlife: We saw a few deer, rabbits/hares and birds.
Phone service: At the time of our visit the "payphone" was out of order. We got no cell phone reception and the park offered no WIFI.
Nearby Services: We made the 25 mile trip to Orofino to get a few supplies including gas.
Gas and Food: The nearest location to purchase gas, food or other supplies is Orefino, Idaho which is 25 miles away.
RV Dumping Site: Yes.
Nearest Shower: Showers are available in the restroom in Kokanee loop.
Nearest Laundry: Orofino, Idaho is 25 miles away and would be your closest chance to find a laundry.
Location/Driving instructions: Dworshak State Park is located on the western shore of Dworshak Reservior in central Idaho about 48 miles east of Lewiston. I have included a link to GoogleMaps.
Elevation: 1600 Feet
Reviewed Date: June 2017
Fees And Reservations: You may reserve your campsite by using reserveamerica.com or calling 1-888-922-6743. NOTE: idahocampgroundreview does not own, manage or make reservations for any campground. For the current fee schedule please visit reserveamerica.com and search for Dworshak State Park.
This information is accurate as of the date of the review.
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