The breathtaking beauty of the American northwest awaits visitors to Upper Columbia RV Park and Campground in lovely Northport, Washington. Only six miles south of the Canadian border, the camp is easy to find off of Hwy 25, and offers guests a convenient online reservation system to help plan your trip. Situated on the majestic wide Columbia River, the camp has plenty of spacious RV sites as well secluded tent sites that provide the perfect setting for a relaxing stay.
You won't even need to leave camp to experience the best of northeast Washington living, just cast your line right off of the beach and try catching some dinner. Miles of hiking trails are outside of your door, where the wildlife viewing is ideal. Come face to face with the flora and fauna of the region, and keep a look out for grouse, turkey, deer and elk. When you're done with your hike or bike ride, relax on the sandy beach that hugs the refreshing river waters.
When you are ready to venture out of camp, there is so much to see and do, you might want to extend your vacation! History buffs will love exploring the nearby pioneer graves and American Indian burial ground, as well as the underground tunnels of the Le Roi Gold Mine. Outdoor enthusiasts won't want to miss hiking up Mt. Abercrombie, the highest peak in northeastern Washington, where you can see snow on the summit even in July. Whether you are in the mood for hiking up a mountain, or just want to sit on the beach and relax, Upper Columbia RV Park is the ideal spot for your next northeast Washington vacation.
The park is located 6 miles south of Canada on the Northport Waneta Road. Coming from Spokane, take Hwy 395 to Colville. Then take Williams Lake cut-off to the river road Hwy 25. Turn right and go through Northport to the Waneta customs sign at the intersection. Turn right and go 5.25 miles or follow the signs to the park entry.
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