Calling all campers
Idaho Panhandle National Forest campgrounds may open soon
COEUR d’ALENE — The Idaho Panhandle National Forests staff is working to reopen developed campgrounds by the end of May, or as access conditions allow.
And starting Monday, some day-use sites will be available for public access. They include: Priest Lake Ranger District, Kalispel day use site, Kalispel boat launch, Dickensheet Information center, Bonners Ferry Ranger District, Sinclair Lake fishing site, St. Joe Ranger District, White Rock, Mountain Springs, Table Camp.
“We are looking forward to opening these sites for public use and enjoyment. Camping and recreating on the Idaho Panhandle National Forests is an activity many individuals and families look forward to experiencing every summer,” said Jeanne Higgins, Idaho Panhandle National Forests Supervisor.
Trails and trailheads remain open.