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Bridge Creek Park and Campground
Campground Description: Bridge Creek Park and Campground is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. Bridge Creek Park and Campground is in the middle of nowhere, VERY small and offers no activities. It is within 60 feet of the highway, offers two picnic tables, fire rings and a outhouse. Its redeeming qualities are that no one will find you. You will be isolated and Bridge Creek Park and Campground is completely out of cell phone service - meaning your wife won't be able to call you to complain about the kids. In short, it's ideal! Open year round. Reservations are impossible. A camping fee is required but there isn't any indication of a place nearby to pay the fee. Contact the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation (contact information is listed below) for further camping information for Bridge Creek Park and Campground.509-634-3142
Number of Sites: Estimated 2
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: From Spokane - Follow Interstate 90 (I-90) westbound to exit 277A (Highway 2 westbound). Follow highway 2 for 61.6 miles to the town of Wilbur. In Wilbur turn north onto Highway 2 and follow for 36 miles (cross Lake Roosevelt on the free ferry) to Bridge Creek Road. Turn right (east) onto Bridge creek Road and follow for 3.25 miles to Bridge Creek Park and Campground, on the left (north side of the highway). From Seattle - Follow Highway 90 eastbound for 155 miles. Take exit 155 and follow Highway 283 north for 14.9 miles to Highway 28. Follow Highway 28 north for 11.6 miles where it intersects Highway 17. Follow Highway 17 north for 21.4 miles to Highway 2. Follow Highway 2 for 31.8 miles to Highway 21. Follow highway 21 north for 15.1 miles to the Keller Ferry. Take the free ferry across Lake Roosevelt and continue for 21.1 miles to Bridge Creek Road. Turn right (east) onto Bridge creek Road and follow for 3.25 miles to Bridge Creek Park and Campground, on the left (north side of the highway).
Fishing: None within walking distance but Twin Lakes are 18.9 miles east on Bridge Creek Road. Fish for bass. rainbow and brook trout. Trophy sized fish are not uncommon. Twin Lakes Fishing Information I Coleville Reservation fishing license is required
Astronomy Opportunities: None. Although very dark there are simply too many trees for a view of the sky
Nearby Golfing: Bridge Creek Park and Campground is isolated. There isn't anything nearby
Contact Information:Colville Tribes Parks and Recreation
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Bridge Creek Park and Campground offers complete solitude
Situated within a forest of tall pines and firs Bridge Creek Park and Campground is nothing short of eye candy
There is a single, primative outhouse at Bridge Creek Park and Campground
Bridge Creek Park and Campground offers 2 picnic tables and fire rings
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