Kamloops Island Campground

laro_web_master@nps.gov12/23/2020 This campground remains closed until further notice. Kamloops Island is a small, shady campground at the mouth of the Kettle River. The main hub of campsites is tucked into the vegetation up top and can fit tents and RVs. The other campsites are a cluster of walk-in tent sites spread out in a grove of pines. Many campsites offer views of the river/ lake and surrounding landscape. There is a courtesy dock, but no boat launch.From Kettle Falls, drive north on US 395. Cross Lake Roosevelt on Barneys Bridge and continue on Hwy 395. After approximately 3 miles, turn right onto Northport Flat Creek Road/ River Bridge Road (there is a sign for Kamloops Island Campground) and drive the bridge over Kettle River. Turn left at the second Kamloops Island Campground sign.(509) 754-7800Campground roads and campsite parking spaces are paved. Campsite areas are unpaved and may be uneven. Campsite 1 is a designated ADA site with a 28-foot maximum vehicle length. Campsites 9 through 17 are walk-in and located on a steep hillside. Pit toilets have sidewalk pathways from the road.