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Old 03-18-2012, 12:04 AM   #1
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Any suggestions for rv sites in the Lewiston Idaho area. Your thoughts and ideas are appreciated. Thanks
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Old 03-18-2012, 06:58 AM   #2
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We stayed at Hells Canyon RV Resort on the WA side in Clarkston. It was a bit pricey, but a very nice place. Make sure that you take a jet boat tour up into Hells Canyon.

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Old 03-18-2012, 10:31 PM   #3
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Thanks that is the one we were looking at, we heard it has a lot of road noise.
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If you are traveling by way of northeastern Oregon SR 3 Washington SR 129, there is a nice little camp area about 5 miles west on the Washington side of the river. Unattended. Leave it as you found it or better) is the cost to stay. It is right on the river.

Great for an overnight.

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Hell's Canyon is nice> I didn't notice any road noise when we stayed
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Thanks that is the one we were looking at, we heard it has a lot of road noise.
We spent 4 nights and I don't remember noise being any problem for us. Maybe if your in a backin site next to the road and a very light sleeper it may be. But the speed limits nearby are low as it is a municipal area and also next to the river. There is a COE park 8 miles or so downstream that is another option. But we needed the wifi to catch up on things at the time we stopped.
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Thanks everybody, it looks like we are hells canyon bound. Thanks again for your advice.
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We really enjoyed Chief Timothy State Park, outside of Clarkston (which is right across the river from Lewiston). Its on a little island in the Snake River, now run by the COE.

Lots of trees, great fishing.
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