Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA

Newport, Washington

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Summertime at this 360-acre campground (just 35 miles north of Spokane) offers wonderful warm weather so you can lounge by the pool, fish for Kamloops trout or take a canoe or paddleboat on Little Diamond (fishing) Lake. Nearby, larger Diamond Lake provides fishing, Jet Skiing and motorboating opportunities. Enjoy great hiking trails, Frisbee golf and weekend family activities and bonfires at the campground. You'll find wooded RV Sites, a tent village and modern rentals. In the heart of the Inland Empire, this KOA is near Coeur d'Alene and its attractions, including Silverwood Theme Park/Boulder Beach Water Park. Pool: May 18 - Sept. 12. Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: Mike & Jill Johnson and team.

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