Hawk Creek Campground

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area

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Hawk Creek Rd. N
Davenport, WA 99122
509-633-9441
509-754-7800
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GPS: 47.8157, -118.3255

Last Price Paid: $9
Number of Sites: 21
Pad Type: gravel
Elevation: 1305 ft
Max Stay: 14
Tent Camping: Yes

2 people have reviewed this location.

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Nightly rate: $9
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 11
“Too many Bees!”

Reviewed Aug 11, 2018

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Nice mostly clean CG pit toilets, garbage disposal. Good place for wildlife viewing, saw quite a few Herons and an Eagle or two. They have a number of Apple trees near entrance and a lot of apples on ground and road being driven over and attracting a lot of bees. Got stung and this is influencing my review. I might stay here again in a different season but not August again.
No Verizon service either. $9.00 fee was with Senior Pass, 1/2 price.

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7 reviews
Nightly rate: $18
Days stayed: 1

Iceclimber would stay here again

“Amazing waterfall !”

Reviewed Apr 02, 2017

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Hawk Creek enters Lake Roosevelt here, hence a large and loud waterfall that reverberates into your camper. Your GPS might tell you to take a dirt road from Davenport, but you want the Miles Creston road approach from either direction because it's paved and a good road. Also you will pass Porcupine Bay and Fort Spokane, nice campsites as well. These are all NPS sites with varying degrees of bathrooms, power etc. They are open all year round. The campsites at Hawk Creek are very small, in fact my 25 footer barely fit and my vehicle had to go in an empty site. I ran into a Park Service ranger and asked if I needed to pay for the extra, he said no because the campground was not full. (or close to full) However be warned, there is literally no other place to park your car except down by the boat launch. I saw a smaller tow rig combo fit into a site, but there are maybe a couple sites like that. Class C's might be ok. Besides the waterfall, the lake will come right to the edge of the campground, when the lake is filled for summer. No reservations, first come...and I'm sure this place gets slammed in the summer. Although the campground was nearly empty, of course another trailer set up as close as possible and they ran their generator literally every minute of the day, even when they were not at the site ! SERIOUSLY PEOPLE. We bailed after a day thanks to this rather nice spot ruined by people that can't seem to live without electricity or whatever.

No cell service.

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Hawk Creek Campground | Van-Tramp.com

Hawk Creek has to be one of the coolest, and cutest, little campgrounds I have ever seen. It has 27 sites (a bit crammed in there), pit toilets, swimming, fishing, hiking trails, and a boat la...

Hookups:
  • dry camping
Recreation:
  • boat ramp
  • fishing
  • picnic area
  • water access
Site Amenities:
  • picnic table
Facilities:
  • restrooms: vault
  • water available
Pets:
  • pets

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