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Hawk Creek Campground | Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area

Hawk Creek Campground

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Address: /td> Creston, WA
Phone Number: (509) 633-9441
Website: Hawk Creek Campground
Latitude   47.815919    
Longitude   -118.338009    
Campsite Information
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Site Quantity: 21 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: Under $20 Quality:
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Hawk Creek Campground Details

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area has 27 public campgrounds and boat-in-only campgrounds.  Some campgrounds have individual sites, as well as large groupsites that can be reserved. Individual sites have a fire ring, picnic table and paved parking pads that are either pull-through or back-in pads. Campgrounds have sites that will fit most large RVs. There are no hook-ups in any of the campgrounds.

  • $10.00 per night per campsite, May 1–September 30.
  • $5.00 per night per campsite, October 1–April 30.
  • Campsites accommodate most RVs
  • The National Park Service campgrounds do not provide hookups for recreational vehicles.
  • Generators may only be used from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Campground contains Vault Toilets
  • Boat dock and launch available
  • 21 sites, 0 PullThru's, 12' wide,25' long
  • The wheels of all vehicles and trailers must be within the designated parking space and not on the roadway or vegetation.
  • Do not attach wires, ropes, or nails to trees or shrubs.
  • Digging, leveling, or other alterations of the ground is not permitted.

Recreation near Hawk Creek Campground

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, located in the northeast corner of Washington State, offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities in a diverse natural setting. Contained within three distinct geological zones that were sculpted by the Ice Age floods the park contains the record of more than 9000 years of continuous human occupation. Use these pages to plan a "real" visit to the Park to discover all that it has to offer.

Directions to Hawk Creek Campground

From Coulee Dam, Lake Roosevelt stretches 130 miles north to Onion Creek. Bordered by 312 miles of publicly owned shoreline there are 22 different NPS boat launches from which you can access the lake and 28 different campgrounds.

  • To Kettle Falls in the northern district from Spokane: 90 miles northwest on Highway 395; from Grand Forks, B.C. 49 miles southeast on Highway 395; from Rossland, B.C. 49 miles southwest on State Road 25.
  • To Coulee Dam in the southern district from Spokane: 90 miles west on Highway 2.
  • State Road 25 follows along the eastern lakeshore connecting the north district to the south viaFort Spokane and Porcupine Bay.

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Hawk Creek Campground, 3.4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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2 Responses to Hawk Creek Campground

  1. Levi Huddleston on August 2, 2015 at 9:57 am

    The $9.50 that is charged per night might seem like a bargain, but if the devil had a toll booth to enter hell not many people would do it. That is why he infuses his power into places like Hawks Creek, so you literally end up paying to stay in Hell. I mean seriously the guy who wrote the comment above has never been there. For God’s sake, there were plagues there. Wasps, Mosquitoes, Rattles Snakes, and a bathroom that smelled up the entire campground. The only thing that was nice about the place was leaving it behind.

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  2. R on August 7, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    Awesome place – “could be” very serene, when not crowded. Was there for 4 days/nights in early August, and was quite crowded – one family easily took up 1/3 of the campsites. The waterfall is beautiful and the bay astounding! Park service presence is often – maybe 5 times/day. Trash pickup, on weekends, is daily. Vault toilets are clean and usable. Limited dock space – will accomodate maybe 4 boats. $6 launch fee covers you for 7 days. By water, 7 Bays is only about 15 minutes away. Road is dirt and is under construction – only accessible from the 7 Bays side. I imagine when school is back in, the campground might be less crowded. Be sure to check lake level because the dock is unusable at certain low levels.

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