Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 165 Tents Allowed: Yes
In 1805, Sacajawea led the explorers, Lewis and Clark, through primitive rugged North Idaho. They came to Kamiah and received friendly treatment by the Nez Perce Indians. Today the mountains are just as majestic and the "natives" just as friendly. The rivers and streams are crystal clear, and the sky is just as blue. World class hunting and fishing are just a short drive from the resort.
With an elevation of 1,250 feet, a mild climate gives travelers the opportunity to enjoy the resort year-round. The town of Kamiah, Idaho, with a Western/Victorian motif, is one mile from the park. In Kamiah, you'll find unique gift shops, a modern Harvest Foods grocery store, health services, post office, & tribal-run casino.