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Chief Timothy Park

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Chief Timothy Park in Clarkston, WA is a beautiful park that has stunning views of the Snake River. It is a great place to stay, especially for those who enjoy fishing, kayaking and swimming. The park staff is friendly and welcoming. The tent sites can be a bit crammed, however, the cabins are small but cute. The park is busiest during the major holidays of the summer. Some visitors have had issues with insects and loud neighbors, but overall, the park is well maintained and provides excellent satellite reception.

From The Campground

Chief Timothy Park is a beautiful 197.77-acre campground located on the south river bank of Lower Granite Lake in Asotin County, Washington. The park offers 16 tent sites, 33 RV sites, 17 tent/RV sites, and 50 pull-through sites, with a maximum vehicle length of 40 feet. The campground is managed by Northwest Land Management and offers a variety of amenities, including RV hookups, fire pits/grills, flush toilets, drinking water, hot showers (open June 30), a swimming area, hiking trails, ADA accessibility, firewood, public phone, playground, volleyball court, and boating facilities. The park also features a 4-lane launch ramp, handling dock, tie-up dock, and marine dump station. Pets must be kept on a leash, and horses and hunting are prohibited. Charcoal and propane fires are acceptable, but visitors are advised to use extreme caution during fire season. The park is open 24 hours per day, but the day-use area is closed between 10 pm (or dark) and 6 am.

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Contact

(509) 758-9580
chief.timothy@clm-services.com

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Quick Stats

57
Sites
$33 - $42
Site Price
70ft. x 45ft.
Max Site Size (L x W)
833ft.
Elevation

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GenieSummary

Chief Timothy Park in Clarkston, WA is a beautiful park that has stunning views of the Snake River. It is a great place to stay, especially for those who enjoy fishing, kayaking and swimming. The park staff is friendly and welcoming. The tent sites can be a bit crammed, however, the cabins are small but cute. The park is busiest during the major holidays of the summer. Some visitors have had issues with insects and loud neighbors, but overall, the park is well maintained and provides excellent satellite reception.

From The Campground

Chief Timothy Park is a beautiful 197.77-acre campground located on the south river bank of Lower Granite Lake in Asotin County, Washington. The park offers 16 tent sites, 33 RV sites, 17 tent/RV sites, and 50 pull-through sites, with a maximum vehicle length of 40 feet. The campground is managed by Northwest Land Management and offers a variety of amenities, including RV hookups, fire pits/grills, flush toilets, drinking water, hot showers (open June 30), a swimming area, hiking trails, ADA accessibility, firewood, public phone, playground, volleyball court, and boating facilities. The park also features a 4-lane launch ramp, handling dock, tie-up dock, and marine dump station. Pets must be kept on a leash, and horses and hunting are prohibited. Charcoal and propane fires are acceptable, but visitors are advised to use extreme caution during fire season. The park is open 24 hours per day, but the day-use area is closed between 10 pm (or dark) and 6 am.

Amenities

Activities

Discounts

No Discount Data

Affiliates

COE

Contact

(509) 758-9580
chief.timothy@clm-services.com

Quick Stats

57
Sites
$33 - $42
Site Price
70ft. x 45ft.
Max Site Size (L x W)
833ft.
Elevation
45615
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Location
-117.22599792
46.40579987
13766 Hwy 12
Clarkston, WA

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