Luby Bay Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 53
About: Luby Bay Campground is located on the west shore of Priest Lake. Campsites are located on both sides of a county road.
Upper Luby has 28 sites and Lower Luby has 25 sites. Campground roads and campsite parking spurs are paved in Lower Luby. In Upper Luby the roads are paved and the parking spurs are gravel.
Luby Bay Campground has universally accessible facilities.
Amenities include a closed pressurized potable water system with hydrants and drinking fountains, flush toilets, a dual-bay RV dump station, a security gate, phone service to the host site and available electricity and water for 5 sites (host sites included).
Other amenities include a day use and picnic area with a paved 20 space parking lot, a swimming beach, a lakeshore trail and an amphitheater where interpretive programs are held.
Fees: Standard single - $18; Premium single - $20; Extra vehicle - $8 (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Closest Town: Priest River, Idaho
Directions: From I-90, east or west, turn at Post Falls, Idaho on Highway 41, north to Newport, Washington to Highway 2, east to Priest River at JCT of HWY 57 and HWY 2 turn left at Texaco Station onto HWY 57. Go 30 miles to Lamb Creek Village.
From Sandpoint, Idaho, take Highway 2 west 22 miles to Priest River at JCT of HWY 57 and HWY 2 turn right at Texaco Station onto HWY 57. Go 30 miles to Lamb Creek Village.
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