Springy Point Campground is situated amid firs, cedars and pines overlooking the Pend Oreille River with views of the Cabinet and Selkirk Mountains. The city of Sandpoint is just a short trip across the water and offers a marina, parks, shopping and plenty of sightseeing opportunities.
Springy Point Campground offers 38 shady campsites near the water. 36 are standard non-electric, with two walk-to sites. Amenities include drinking water, flush toilets and showers. A small picnic shelter (25 person max.) located off of the beach may be reserved by calling 208-437-3133.
Group shelter reservations: You are responsible for following all regulations posted under the "Need to Know" and "Site Details" sections for each respective shelter. Please read these sections before making a reservation.
Campsites are by reservation only. There are no First Come, First Served sites.
Campsites are for camping only. Reserving for day-use activities without intending to camp is prohibited.
All camping equipment must be located on the campsite impact areas, or if undefined, located 10-15ft from the fire ring and off all vegetation.
(a) 2 Motorized Vehicles
(b) 1 Camping unit (RV, motorhome, camper van, etc)
(c) 2 tents
(d) 8 people
No unlicensed motorized vehicles allowed, including side-by-sides, ATVs, etc.
Lake Pend Oreille is a glacier-carved lake surrounded by scenic mountains in the northern Idaho Panhandle. It is one of the largest and deepest natural lakes in the western United States with depths plunging more than 1,200 ft., in some areas.
The area around the Lake is the traditional home of the Kalispell Indians. French settlers named the area "Pend Oreille," which means "ear pendant," after observing the large shell earrings worn by the Kalispell people.
The Albeni Falls Visitor Center features exhibits on the history of the dam and the natural features of the area, with tours of the dam given daily during the summer.
Water sports are the most popular activity at Springy Point, and with a boat ramp located on-site, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing are never far out of reach. A large swimming area provides visitors with comfortable access to the river's clear, clean waters. Visitors may also enjoy biking or hiking across the Long Bridge into the town of Sandpoint for a change of scenery or stroll around town. For the bird watchers or moose watchers, a short trip up to the Pack River Area to watch wildlife provides a great day trip.
2376 E HWY2 OLDTOWN ID 83822-9243
For campground inquiries, please call: 208-437-3133
From Sandpoint, Idaho, take US 95 south across the Long Bridge, then turn west onto Lakeshore Drive. After three miles turn right into the campground.