Reeder Bay Campground
Idaho Panhandle National Forest \ Priest Lake Ranger District
24 campsites are nestled in a forest of cedar, fir and hemlock on the western shores of Priest Lake. Reeder Bay is known for its beautiful beach that slopes down into the crystal clear waters of Priest Lake.
Fish for Cutthroat trout, Dolly Varden and Kokanee salmon. Hike or bike the 8-mile Lakeshore Trail and enjoy swimming and boating on Priest Lake. Deer, elk, moose and bears are commonly seen in the area.
Reeder Bay is generally open from early May through mid-September. About half the campsites are available to first-come-first-served campers throughout the summer. Other campsites may be reserved at least 4 days, and up to 6 months, in advance of your arrival. Check rates and availability here: Recreation.gov \ Reeder Bay
Reeder Bay Campground has a swimming beach, drinking water, garbage dumpsters and vault toilets. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. There are no hookups for RVs but parking pads are level and paved and some can accommodate the larger RVs.
A season day use pass is available at the campground for $45/year. The pass can be used anywhere on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest.
Read about more camping on Priest Lake: Priest Lake Ranger District