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Million Dollar Mile North Access Area and Campground
Campground Description: Million Dollar Mile North Access Area and Campground is state owned property administered by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. Million Dollar North Campground offers a boat launch and modern pit toilets. There are no designated camping (or parking) places. There is no lawn - just a leveled small rock parking and camping area. Fresh water, flush toilets and hot showers are available at the Northup Day Use Area, 2.1 miles south on Highway 155.
Number of Sites: Undetermined but there seems to be room for as many as 15 RVs
Water: No. Water is available at Northup Point Day Use Area
Waste Water Dump Station: No. A dump station is available at Northup Point Day Use Area
Directions: From Coulie City drive 15.9 miles north on Highway 155
Fishing: Banks Lake offers some of the best lake fishing in the State of Washington. Fish for Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Lake Whitefish. Panfish, Rainbow Trout, and Kokanee. Detailed fishing information can be found at the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife's website by clicking here
Astronomy Opportunities: Very good. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.75315°N, 119.22549°W
Nearby Golfing: Banks Lake Golf Course - 19849 Ludolph RD., P.O. Box 58, Electric City WA. 99123 telephone 509-633-1400
Contact Information:Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife 6653 Road K NE Moses Lake, WA 98837 (509) 765-6641 Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife
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What's left of the sign at Million Dollar North Campground
The restroom facility at Million Dollar North Campground
One of 2 boat launches at Million Dollar North Campground
A campsite overlooking the boat launch at Million Dollar North Campground
The combination parking/camping area at Million Dollar North Campground
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