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DNR dispersed camping near Spokane? (Not right now obvsly)
« on: September 09, 2020, 08:51:25 PM »
Like it says above. I know not right now since it's all closed down.

But when it opens up, I noticed some smaller pieces of DNR land in Spokane county. Anyone know if you can dispersed camp on any of them? I would call and ask, but I figure they got their hands busy right now (and I'd spend half the time clarifying " I know not right now")
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Re: DNR dispersed camping near Spokane? (Not right now obvsly)
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2020, 06:51:21 PM »
Dispersed Camping Areas in Colville National Forest
Bead Lake Boat Launch
Bead Lake Trail #127
No Name Lake
Edds Mountain Trail #3
Boundary Lake
Sullivan Creek
Yocum Lake
Barnaby Buttes Trail #70
Davis Lake
Taylor Ridge Trail #74

Always check with local ranger station in the area you will be traveling for any specific regulations. In drier areas, fire bans are typically the most common.
Use a camping stove or fire pan rather than building a fire from surrounding resources.
For fires, ensure you only use deadfall for firewood. Never cut and burn live trees or bring firewood from another area.
Come equipped with a bucket, an axe, and a shovel for properly distinguishing fires.
Donít create a new campsite if thereís one already available.
Be aware of any overnight permits and road conditions before heading out.
Follow any laws and regulations regarding pets in these wild spaces. Keep your dog on a leash if required.
Expect to pack out all of your trash and waste.
Do not camp within 200 feet (70 adult steps) from lakes and streams.
Always bury human waste in a cathole six inches deep and 200 feet away from any water source. Follow these guidelines for your pets, as well.
And of course, follow all Leave No Trace principles.
If these don't work.....There's always Camping at Walmart!  :chuckle:
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https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/colville/recreation/camping-cabins/?recid=67800&actid=34
« Last Edit: September 12, 2020, 07:11:00 PM by AL WORRELLS KID »
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Re: DNR dispersed camping near Spokane? (Not right now obvsly)
« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2020, 08:38:44 AM »
Dispersed Camping Areas in Colville National Forest
Bead Lake Boat Launch
Bead Lake Trail #127
No Name Lake
Edds Mountain Trail #3
Boundary Lake
Sullivan Creek
Yocum Lake
Barnaby Buttes Trail #70
Davis Lake
Taylor Ridge Trail #74

Always check with local ranger station in the area you will be traveling for any specific regulations. In drier areas, fire bans are typically the most common.
Use a camping stove or fire pan rather than building a fire from surrounding resources.
For fires, ensure you only use deadfall for firewood. Never cut and burn live trees or bring firewood from another area.
Come equipped with a bucket, an axe, and a shovel for properly distinguishing fires.
Donít create a new campsite if thereís one already available.
Be aware of any overnight permits and road conditions before heading out.
Follow any laws and regulations regarding pets in these wild spaces. Keep your dog on a leash if required.
Expect to pack out all of your trash and waste.
Do not camp within 200 feet (70 adult steps) from lakes and streams.
Always bury human waste in a cathole six inches deep and 200 feet away from any water source. Follow these guidelines for your pets, as well.
And of course, follow all Leave No Trace principles.
If these don't work.....There's always Camping at Walmart!  :chuckle:
Doug
https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/colville/recreation/camping-cabins/?recid=67800&actid=34
 

Good info especially the 200ft from waterways. Thanks 😊

 


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