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Rocky Point Campground on Twin Lakes

Campground Description:  Rocky Point Campground on North Twin Lake is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation.  Rocky Point Campground is primitive, but a fisherman's (or woman) nirvana.   North Twin Lake offers trophy sized rainbow trout and largemouth bass.  Many of the campsites are located on the waterfront, affording beaching of boats and gorgeous views of the lake.  It is reasonable to catch fish from the banks of the lake at Rocky Point Campground.  Nearby is Hartman's Log Cabin Resort Hartman's Log Cabin Resort (open seasonally) with convenience store scale grocery shopping, boat rentals, fishing tackle and a restaurant.  Rocky Point Campground is open year round.  Reservations are not possible.  Contact the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation to determine how to pay the required camping fees.

Number of Sites:  14

Electricity:  No

Water:  No

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 36 miles (cross Lake Roosevelt on the free ferry) to Bridge Creek Road.  Turn right (east) onto Bridge creek Road and follow for 23.3 miles to the entrance to Rocky Point Campground (entrance is on the south side of the road).  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 23.3 miles to the entrance to Rocky Point Campground (entrance is on the south side of the road).

Fishing:  A Colville Reservation fishing license is required - they are available at Hartman's Log Cabin Resort.  Fishing is great on both North Twin Lake and South Twin Lake.  On North Twin Lake fish for rainbow trout, largemouth bass and black crappie.  On South Twin Lake fish for yellow perch and smaller rainbow trout and largemouth bass.  More complete information can be found here Twin Lakes Fishing Information

Astronomy Opportunities:  Rocky Point Campground is very dark but most of the skies are obscured by trees.  Set up near the lake's edge and you will find an expanse of the southern skies.

Nearby Golfing:  Nothing within a reasonable distance

Contact Information: 

     Colville Tribes Parks and Recreation

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The sign at the entrance to Rocky Point Campground

Rocky Point Campground offers modern pit toilets

Several of the campsites at Rocky Point Campground are on North Twin Lake

Camping doesn't get much better than being able to fish from your campsite at Rocky Point Campground

The boat launch into North Twin Lake at Rocky Point Campground

North Twin Lake is an impressive view from Rocky Point Campground

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