Edgewater Campground is perched along the banks of the Pend Oreille River in the Colville National Forest. The quiet, family-friendly campground attracts visitors who come for boating, hiking and fishing. The picturesque area, surrounded by cedar, hemlock and Douglas fir, boasts views of the Selkirk Mountains.
Parking spurs are gravel and grass and can accommodate any size RV. A campground host is on-site, and firewood is available for sale. Amenities include vault toilets, drinking water and trash collection.
The campground sits on a bluff on the east bank of the river at an elevation of 2,000 feet. Many campsites offer a scenic view of the river. The forest floor is covered with thimbleberry, wild rose and other shrubs. The 1.1 million acre Colville National Forest lies in the northeast corner of Washington. The forest’s great salmon runs first attracted native Americans to the area, then miners, homesteaders and fur trappers followed. The variety of resources and natural beauty in the region continues to attract visitors. Three mountain ranges, the Okanogan, Kettle River and Selkirk, run through the Colville Forest.
Trout and bass fishing is great for avid anglers. A boat ramp is located on-site. Hikers enjoy exploring nearby Terry Trail and Box Canyon. Wildlife watching for moose, white-tailed deer and the endangered woodland caribou is another popular activity.
Pets - Allows pets to stay. Special rules will likely apply so check with park regarding the pet rules. If you like camping with pets this campground or RV park is an option. Water - Water hookups or water fill locations. Water is available here for your drinking pleasure. Tents - Provides camping options for tent campers. If you will be sleeping in a tent this location likely has a site to accommodate you. Back-in - Back-in sites available. Have no fear you can back it in here. Bathrooms - Bathrooms available. If you are looking for a campground or RV park with bathrooms including toilets or restrooms reviews and our data show that this location has you covered. Dogs - Allows pets including dogs. Our information, reviews or photos suggest that dogs are allowed at this park. Be mindful of rules and call ahead for any breed or quantity restrictions. Public Park - Publicly managed. This campground or RV park is a public park managed by a state, federal, or municipal agency. Generally these types of parks have stricter rules on camping. Fishing - Fishing on site or close by. If you are an angler who likes to fish this destination may be the right place for you to camp. When fishing be aware of local laws regarding fishing regulations and licenses. Dirt - Dirt camping pads. The information, reviews and photos we have reviewed suggest that the campsites are dirt, gravel, rock or some form of material that is not grass or concrete. Dirt sites are not a bad thing just a factual thing. Bring some mats for the dirt. Family Friendly - Family friendly. This can include scheduled activities, playgrounds, game rooms or simply a family friendly camping environment. If you are looking for a family friendly RV park or campground this one may fit the bill. Trees - Trees are situated close to or around the campsites. These trees may be close enough to require care when maneuvering into and out of the camping spot. Hiking - Hiking opportunities immediately from the campground or within a very close distance. If you like to hike, explore on foot or even jog/ run this RV park or campground has access to hiking trails. Biking - Easy access for cyclists looking to ride bikes. Our information, reviews and data show that this destination either has bike trails passing through the park or the surrounding area is suitable for bicycle riding. Remember to always wear a helmet and check with the locals on trail and road conditions. Shade - Provides campsites with shade coverings. Shade can be provided in a number of ways but primarily is caused by a forested setting or trees placed in a manner to block some direct sunlight. Pull-In - Pull-in style RV sites. These sites generally are best suited to RV coaches with a windshields. Pull-in can include pull thru sites or sites designed specifically to pull nose in and back out to leave. Scenic - Offers scenic views of the surrounding area. If you want to camp in a RV park or campground with scenic views this one fits the mold. Firepits - Our information, reviews or photos suggests has fire pits available for campfires. Fire pits may be available at all sites or select sites. Wildlife - Wildlife around. Wildlife can be as simple as birds or as complex as bears. Wildlife is around so ask what type and know your surroundings. Trails - Onsite or immediate access to recreational trails. The trail may be a multi-use paved path or dirt hiking trail but should be suitable to recreational movement. If you want trails this place has them. Primitive - Offering primitive sites. Primitive sites may have varied amenities available but our definition of primitive campsite means it does not have electric, water or sewer hookups available. The majority of tent sites are primitive in nature. Swimming - Offers swimming opportunities. Swimming may be available at a pool, a swim lake, in the river, or a dedicated swim area. If you are camping here bring the swim trunks along. Boating - Convenient to boating opportunities. So if you have a boat or just like watching people enjoy boats while you camp this location may be right for you. .GOV - Managed by a government agency. Usually the Forest Service, a national park, BLM, Corp of Engineer, or the like. This location is a public park. .RECREATION - Accessible for reservations or more information at recreation.gov. It is a public park. Canoeing - Access to canoeing. This location invites the paddler inside of you to head out on the waters in a canoe. Our information or reviews suggest this campground / RV park as being a place you can canoe from or nearby. Grass - Grass campsites or grass surrounding the sites. The quality and density of the grass may vary by season and location but this campground or RV park does have grass. Campfire - Allows fires. Special rules will likely be involved so know before you burn. Remember that responsible campers will have proper equipment handy including a shovel and fire extinguisher. RV - Allows RV campers. If you have a motor home, camp trailer, or fifth wheel this RV park or campground has RV sites. Boat Ramp - Friendly to boaters with an onsite or adjacent boat ramp available. Contact the park for rules regarding boating but our reviews and information suggest that the boat ramp is available. Boat Launch - Access to a boat launch. If you like skiing, fishing or paddling this destination may fit the bill. Our reviews, information and data suggest the boat launch is available. Launch Ramp - Onsite or immediately adjacent launch ramp for placing your boat into a river, lake or the ocean. If you want a place to launch a boat this RV park or campground has a launch ramp.