After we left Goodell Creek state park, we drove back East through Trail’s end , Washington State, U.S.A.
Me driving our rig.
We camped one night at Lake Gillette Campground, Colville National park. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful, the firewood was cheap, it was quite except for the squirrels who had a hiffy fit. We saw a doe and her fawn. We paid $18 p.n.
“Camping sites are nice and spacious and close to facilities. Some are very private and others closer together, some have a view of the lake. Day use for trails and beach area are nice with picnic areas and lots of parking. Access to Rufus Trail #148 is near this campground. An amphitheatre is also close and can be reached by one of the many trails. This is a great family campground with plenty of things to do.” – Lake Gillette Campground
We camped two nights at East Sullivan Lake Campground, near Metaline Falls, Washington, USA. We got in at the start of the Labor Day weekend, so the campground was full. There were clean washrooms, a fire pit, fresh water, a table, etc. The campground is situated in a forest, with a beautiful lake within walking distance, for $ 16 p.n., first come first serve and self-registration. We did our shopping in Metaline Falls.
“This campground is located on the north end of beautiful Sullivan Lake and offers many recreational opportunities. Campsites are suitable for both tent and RV camping.” – East Sullivan Lake Campground
We had a nice big campsite, but there was a gap behind which the garbage cans stood, which we hid with a camouflage net. See next photo.
Front of Bear proof garbage cans, can you see the net and our campsite behind? We also use the net to cover our stuff in the back of our truck when traveling.
They also have Bear-proof food containers.
Sullivan Lake was a short walk from our campsite.
The dogs had a well deserved swim at a nearby river.
Nuvu Showhouse (founded in the 1940’s) in Metaline Falls, Washington, USA.