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AMENITIES:
Tent camping is available - Firepits, lakeside, picnic tables, new bath house. 10 sites.
RV hookups are available - 40 RV hookups - 15 full hookup with septic, 25 electric/water only.
Pets are allowed - On leash. No Pit Bulls
Campfires are allowed - We sell firewood.
Grocery store nearby - 1 mile away. Nice country store. 6 miles away is a Safeway.
No pool - Great swimming off the dock. No beach. Not recommended swimming for tots.
No Game Room - Check out sport equipment: Badmitton, horseshoes, ladderball, volleyball, ping pong.
Restaurant(s) nearby - JJ's Cookshack is 1.5 miles away. GREAT Food and nice bar. Other restaurants 6 miles
 
    away.
Nearby attractions - Kootenai WIldlife Refuge, Kootenai River, LOTS of lakes. Casino, Golf Course.
Fishing - Stocked Trout at Blue Lake. Catch and Release. Plenty of other little lakes around the County.
Boating
 - Kayaks and Canoes for rent. No motors on lake. Kootenai River and lakes nearby for kayaking and canoeing
Activities for kids - Outdoor Sports Equipment. Resort best for older children.
No Playground
Cabins
Boat Rentals
Restrooms
Showers - New Showers. Individual bathrooms with radiant heat floors and on-demand hot water.
No Store - Vending available with ice, soda, snacks, toiletries
Laundry Facilities - 2 washers and 2 dryers
WIFI is available
Electric power hookups are available

Activities: boating, swimming and horseshoes

It is located 5 miles SOUTH of Bonners Ferry, and 22 miles NORTH of Sandpoint. Porthill would be 1 mile north of Naples,
 
Idaho and 5 miles s. of Bonners. Our website is http://www.bluelakervresort.com . For the 2009 season, we have a new clubhouse group facility, bathhouse, amphitheater, dock, boat rentals, and 40 RV sites. 14 of them are 50amp fullhookup pull-thrus, 3 huge super sites overlooking the lake, and another 20 partial hookup sites. We also have camping cabins and covered wagons and Wooden pole tents with wooden floors. We also have internet, movie rentals, and sell propane too. This area has tons of hiking, fishing, hunting and canoing/kayaking in the Kootenai River. The Kootenai Wildlife Refuge is 5 miles away and is great to hike around. We have fishing and swimming in our 3 acre lake and have 2 huge Lakeside Firepits. Some of the sites have BBQs and Picnic Tables and we sell ice, wood, charcoal, pop, snacks and some RV hookup supplies. Here are a couple of great hikes to add to the site:
Snowcreek Falls, Naples, Idaho. Directions: Go north from Sandpoint on Highway 95 to Naples. Turn left on the old highway 95 and go about 5 miles, passing the Deep Creek Inn. You will cross a railroad crossing, keep following the road until you see a brown Forest Service sign on the right hand side of the road. Turn left off of the old highway 95 and follow the road until it turns to dirt and forms a Y intersection. Take forest service road 402, on the left going up the hill for about 2 miles. There is no definite parking lot, just a pull out near the trail head. (I attached a picture of it). It's beautiful and about a mile hike to the lower and upper falls. Myrtle Creek/Bottleneck Lake and Snow Lake: Hefty views of the Selkirk Crest. Quite a scramble to get to the top for the views, but well worth it. Follow the Snow Creek Road (FS-402) west for about 7 miles to a point just past FS-661, the Cooks Pass Road that runs north to Myrtle Creek. Come to a gate .05 miles. The trails follows an old road sw past the gate. The is 3.5 mile up the trial. FST-185 can be accessed from this trail and goes to Snow Lake. Says Heidi Carson (see picture)

 



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It is located 5 miles SOUTH of Bonners Ferry, and 22 miles NORTH of Sandpoint. Porthill would be 1 mile north of Naples, Idaho and 5 miles s. of Bonners. Our website is http://www.bluelakervresort.com . For the 2009 season, we have a new clubhouse group facility, bathhouse, amphitheater, dock, boat rentals, and 40 RV sites. 14 of them are 50amp fullhookup pull-thrus, 3 huge super sites overlooking the lake, and another 20 partial hookup sites. We also have camping cabins and covered wagons and Wooden pole tents with wooden floors. We also have internet, movie rentals, and sell propane too. This area has tons of hiking, fishing, hunting and canoing/kayaking in the Kootenai River. The Kootenai Wildlife Refuge is 5 miles away and is great to hike around. We have fishing and swimming in our 3 acre lake and have 2 huge Lakeside Firepits. Some of the sites have BBQs and Picnic Tables and we sell ice, wood, charcoal, pop, snacks and some RV hookup supplies. Here are a couple of great hikes to add to the site:
Snowcreek Falls, Naples, Idaho. Directions: Go north from Sandpoint on Highway 95 to Naples. Turn left on the old highway 95 and go about 5 miles, passing the Deep Creek Inn. You will cross a railroad crossing, keep following the road until you see a brown Forest Service sign on the right hand side of the road. Turn left off of the old highway 95 and follow the road until it turns to dirt and forms a Y intersection. Take forest service road 402, on the left going up the hill for about 2 miles. There is no definite parking lot, just a pull out near the trail head. (I attached a picture of it). It's beautiful and about a mile hike to the lower and upper falls. Myrtle Creek/Bottleneck Lake and Snow Lake: Hefty views of the Selkirk Crest. Quite a scramble to get to the top for the views, but well worth it. Follow the Snow Creek Road (FS-402) west for about 7 miles to a point just past FS-661, the Cooks Pass Road that runs north to Myrtle Creek. Come to a gate .05 miles. The trails follows an old road sw past the gate. The is 3.5 mile up the trial. FST-185 can be accessed from this trail and goes to Snow Lake. - says: Heidi Carson


RATES, DATES, DISCOUNTS, PAYMENT METHODS:

*10% off Good Sams Member. 10% off groups of 10 or more. Open 7 days a week, 24-hour RV check-in. Opens April 1 to Dec. 1st. A few spaces and Civil War Tent available by reservatons in the off-seaon. 2009 rates: tenting $16 and up. Civil War Tent: $45 and up. RV spaces: $29-45. Accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Checks and Cash.  



Best Western Plus Kootenai River Inn Casino & Spa, Bonners Ferry

8 miles away
  
Hotel Ruby Ponderay, Ponderay

16 miles away
  
Holiday Inn Express & Suites SANDPOINT NORTH, Ponderay

17 miles away
  
Days Inn Sandpoint, Ponderay

17 miles away


Other campgrounds near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Deep Creek Campground, Boundary County, 1 miles away
      
   Bonners Ferry Resort, Bonners Ferry, 6 miles away
      
   Boundary County Fairgrounds, Bonners Ferry, 7 miles away
      
   Idyl Acres RV Trailer Park, Bonners Ferry, 7 miles away
      
   Smith Lake Campground, Boundary County, 12 miles away
      
   Edgewater Resort Motor Inn, Sandpoint, 12 miles away
      
   Roman Nose, Colburn, 13 miles away
      
   Dawson Lake Access Area, Naples, 14 miles away
      
   Idaho Country Resort, Hope, 14 miles away
      
   Brush Lake Campground, Boundary County, 15 miles away
      

Marinas near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Bottle Bay Resort & Marina, Sagle, 16 miles away

   Kramer's Marina, Hope, 17 miles away

   Dover Bay Marina, Sandpoint, 18 miles away

   Garfield Shores Resort and Marina Club, Sagle, 19 miles away


Paddling Rivers Near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Pack River, Bonner/ Boundary County, 10 miles away
      Class II - 7 miles long (Tavern to Route 95)

   Pack River, Bonner/ Boundary County, 17 miles away
      Class I-III - 21.6 miles long (West Branch Pack River to Tavern)

   Moyie River, Boundary County, 23 miles away
      Class II-III - 20.6 miles long (Canada border to Moyie Falls Dam)

   Kootenai, Kootenai County, 24 miles away
      Class II - 14 miles long (Leonia to pipeline Close to Bonners Ferry)

   Smith Creek, Boundary County, 25 miles away
      Class IV-V+ - 6 miles long (Smith Creek Bridge to above Smith Creek Falls)


Public Lands near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Round Lake State Park, Idaho, 26 miles away

   Farragut State Park, Idaho, 31 miles away

   Priest Lake State Park, Idaho, 31 miles away


Trails near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Upper North Fork Grouse Creek Trail, Boundary County, 8 miles away

   White Mountain Trail, Boundary County, 9 miles away

   Grouse Mountain Trail, Boundary County, 10 miles away

   Kelly Pass Trail, Boundary County, 11 miles away

   Katka Peak Trail, Boundary County, 12 miles away

   Hemlock Trail, Bonner County, 13 miles away

   Smythe Trail, Boundary County, 13 miles away


Golf Courses Near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Mirror Lake Golf Course, Bonners Ferry, 7 miles away

   Elks Golf Club of Sandpoint, Sandpoint, 17 miles away


Lakes Near Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho:

   Lake Pend Oreille, Bonner County, 20 miles away


Current weather conditions at Blue Lake RV Park, Idaho
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Local climate location: BONNERS FERRY 15 miles away


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