Name: Round Lake State Park
Round Lake State Park was established in 1957 and is set on 143 acres which surrounds a 58 acre lake. The campground has been maintained much the same as it was when it was established. Campsites have not been enlarged, 24 feet is the largest site available.
Campsites: There are 51 campsites and most sites are lined with logs and are equipped with a picnic table and a fire pit with attached grate. Some sites also have a barbecue stand.
Host on Site: There are several employees at the park.
Water: Sixteen campsites have water hook-ups and there are faucets located throughout the campground for the rest.
Garbage Services: There are garbage cans available in several locations around the campground.
Electricity Available: Sixteen campsites are available with electricity, 30 amp service.
Restroom: Round Lake State Park has a nice restroom facility which includes showers in 2 locations. All the facilities were clean at the time of our visit.
Handicap Accessible: Campsite 4 is handicap equipped and the restrooms are also handicap accessible.
Firewood: Firewood may be purchased from the camp store. It was $6 per bundle in 2014.
Pets: Pets must be kept on a leash at all times and you must clean up after your pet.
Picnic Area: There is a very nice picnic at the lake with picnic tables scattered about and even one group shelter.
Recreation: Most recreation at Round Lake State Park involves the lake where you can swim, fish, canoe or go boating.
Fishing: For fishing regulations, check out the links on our Idaho fishing page.
Boating: Canoeing is allowed as well as boats with electric motors. Gas powered motors are not allowed.
Swimming: There is an established swimming area at the beach between the two docks, however, there is no lifeguard.
Wildlife: Deer, elk and black bear live in these hills.
Additional Camping Opportunities: We have reviews for these nearby campgrounds; Springy Point Recreation Area, Sam Owens Campground, Riley Creek Recreation Area and Priest River Recreation Area(Mudhole).
Phone service: There is a pay phone at the park office. We got full service including 4G data on our ATT phones.
Nearby Services: Sandpoint, Idaho, is only 10 miles to the north on Hwy 95 and most any service or supply you might need could be found there.
RV Dumping Site: There is a RV dump station on the road into the park.
Nearest Shower: I found showers in the main restroom and another near the park store.
Nearest Laundry: We have included directions to one of several laundry services in Sandpoint. We did not use them so this is not a recommendation. Nu-way Wash-o-matic is located at 502 N 5th St in Sand Point.
Location/Driving instructions: From Sandpoint, Idaho follow this Google Map.
Elevation: 2168 Feet
Reviewed Date: July 2014
Fees And Reservations: You may reserve a site at ReserveAmerica. Campsites with water and electricity are available for $29 per day. There are 16 campsites with water and electricity. The standard sites cost $21 per day.
This information is accurate as of the date of the review.
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