Luby Bay Campground
Idaho Panhandle National Forest \ Priest Lake Ranger District
Escape to the woods in the scenic Idaho Panhandle. Luby Bay Campground lies near Lamb Creek on the main part of Priest Lake. A narrow channel, known as the "thorofare", leads to Upper Priest Lake which is not accessible by car. The campground sits at an elevation of 2,500' in a forest of hemlock and cedar with views of the Selkirk Mountains as a backdrop.
Luby Bay Campground is generally open from early May through mid-September. 35 of the 53 campsites may be reserved at least 4 days, and up to 6 months, in advance of your arrival. Check Recreation.gov for rates and availability. Drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers and an RV dump station are provided.
Hikers enjoy the Beach Trail #48 from the campground. The 8-mile scenic excursion loops around the southern part of Priest Lake. Campers come here to fish, swim, boat (paddle and motor) and enjoy the wildlife.
Enjoy our virtual tour of Luby Bay Campground and read about more camping around Priest Lake in the Idaho Panhandle.