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Sprague Lake Resort

Campground Description:  Sprague Lake Resort is privately owned and operated.  The resort is located on the eastern shores of Sprague Lake.  The resort is a jewel in the desert sporting acres of manicured lawns and tall shade trees.  Sprague Lake Resort is set-up for RV camping and tent camping equally.  The fishing at Sprague Lake Resort is simply terrific.  The State of Washington regularly stocks Sprague lake and trout, bass, catfish, crappie and perch seem to be lined up waiting for some bait.  Limited shopping and eateries are available in the town of Sprague.  Reservations at Sprague Lake Resort are available.

Number of Sites:  50 total RV camping and tent camping sites

Electricity:  At 34 RV camping sites

Water:  At 34 RV camping sites and throughout the tent camping area

Sewer:  At 34 RV 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 left at the "Y" onto Max Harder Road.  Follow Max Harder Road for 1.7 miles to Sprague Lake Resort Road.  Turn right (north) and follow into the resort.

Fishing:  Fishing is what this resort exists for!  Fourteen inch and larger trout are not uncommon.  Catfish, Crappies, Perch and Bass.  Boat fishing is terrific but fishing from the shore or dock is often very productive.  The resort offers a boat launch and docks.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Very good - provided you can find a spot between the trees.  Leaving the resort and finding a clear field nearby is an astronomy camping best bet.  For those who camp with computerized telescopes, the campground itself is located at 47 17' 17" N, 118 1' 16" W.  Astronomy camping is terrific in this area.

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: 

Sprague Lake Resort
1999 Sprague Lake Resort Road
Sprague Washington 99032
509-257-2864
Sprague Lake Resort

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The sign in the town of Sprague pointing the way to the Sprague Lake Resort

The restrooms at Sprague Lake Resort are spotless and offer flush toilets and hot showers

Sprague Lake Resort is an oasis in the desert offering mature trees and plenty of lawn areas

Tent camping is offered pretty much wherever one pitches his tent at Sprague Lake Resort

Shade is in abundance at Sprague Lake Resort

Some of the full hook-up RV sites are on the banks of Sprague Lake

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