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Four Seasons Campground and Resort

Campground Description:  Four Seasons Campground and Resort is a privately owned and operated facility on the shores of Sprague Lake.  The campground and resort sits within a game reserve, almost guaranteeing some great wildlife viewing.  While remote and a little bit difficult to get to, the drive is worth every inch of travel for both RV campers and tent campers.  Four Seasons Campground and Resort also offers cabins and boats for rent, flush toilets with hot showers, a swimming pool, a convenience store (no dairy or meat products) and friendly owners.  The nearest shopping and restaurants are in the town of Sprague.  Reservations are always available.  Closed during the winter months - call for exact operating dates each year.

Number of Sites:  38 total combined RV camping sites and tent camping sites

Electricity:  At all 38 RV camping sites and tent camping sites

Water:  At all 38 RV camping sites and tent camping sites

Sewer:  At all 38 RV camping sites and tent camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  From Interstate 90 Eastbound or Westbound, take exit 245 and follow to the stop sign.  Turn south towards the town of Sprague.  Follow for 0.5 mile to West 1st Street (the first street after crossing the railroad tracks).  Turn right (west) on West 1st Street and follow for 0.6 mile where upon the road presents the driver with a "Y" in the road.  Bear right at the "Y" onto Doerschlag Road East.  Follow for 2.0 miles (pass under I-90) to Lake Road East.  Follow Lake Road East for 3.4 miles to North Ghers Road.  Turn left (south) onto North Ghers Road and follow for 1.2 miles to the entrance to Four Seasons Campground and Resort.

Fishing:  The fishing here is terrific - both from a boat or from the shore.  Fish for trout, bass, crappie, perch and catfish.  The resort offers a boat ramp, dock, boat rentals and expert fishing advice.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Very good.  Very little light pollution.  There are clear areas within the campground and resort.  For computerized telescope campers the exact location is 47 15' 19" N, 118 5' 4" W.  This is a great telescope camping location.

Nearby Golfing:  In Ritzville at exit 221 (24 miles west of Sprague)

Ritzville Golf Course
104 East 10th Avenue
Ritzville, WA 99169-1628
(509) 659-9868
Ritzville Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Four Seasons Campground and Resort
2384 N. Bob Lee Road
Sprague, WA 99032
509-257-2332
Four Seasons Campground and Resort

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Sign at the entrance to Four Seasons Campground and Resort

Many of the campsites are on the shores of Sprague Lake at Four Seasons Campground and Resort

At Four Seasons Campground and Resort visitors can fish, boat, canoe, kayak and more

The campsites at Four Seasons Campground and Resort are large enough for almost any RV

The lawns and trees at Four Seasons Campground and Resort create an oasis in the desert

A guest relaxing on the dock at Four Seasons Campground and Resort

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