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Keller Park Campground

Campground Description:  The Keller Park Campground was built by the National Park Service and then turned over to the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation.  The Confederation of Tribes now operates and maintains Keller Park Campground.  The Keller Park Campground is a great place to camp whether you are traveling on to Canada or are planning a fishing excursion.  Wildlife viewing and birding are popular activities as is hiking in the surrounding forests.  A small grocery store is available in the town of Keller - 3.2 miles north on highway 21.  Open year round.  Reservations are not possible.

Number of Sites:  10 tent camping sites and 12 RV camping sites

Electricity:  No

Water:  During summer months at central locations

Sewer:  No

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 15.1 miles to the Keller Ferry.  Take the free ferry across Lake Roosevelt and continue 7.2 miles to Keller Park Campground, on the east side of highway 21.  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 7.2 miles to Keller Park Campground, on the east side of highway 21.

Fishing:  Yes!  Lake Roosevelt is one of the prime fisheries in Washington State.  Fish for very large Rainbow Trout, Kokanee, Smallmouth Bass and Walleye.  Complete fishing information can be found on the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife website at Roosevelt Lake Fishing

Astronomy Opportunities:  Very dark but the only area offering an open sky is near the water in the tent camping area.  A smaller expanse of sky is available across the road from the waterfront RV camping sites.

Nearby Golfing: 

22.0 miles south on Highway 21 (cross Lake Roosevelt on the Keller Ferry)

     Big Bend Golf & Country Club
    899 NW Cole St
    Wilbur, WA 99185

Contact Information: 

    Colville Tribes Parks and Recreation

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The simple sign on the highway is the only indication that you have found Keller Park Campground

Once in the Keller Park Campground the visitor is presented with a welcome sign

During the summer months at Keller Park Campground flush toilets are available

During the winter months at Keller Park Campground only pit toilets are available

The tent camping area at Keller Park Campground is on lush lawn that stretches to the shoreline.

Several of the RV camping sites are on the water at Keller Park Campground

None of the driving surfaces at Keller Park Campground are paved

The tent camping sites at Keller Park Campground are walk-in only

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