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Round Lake State Park, Sagle

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State Park
Round Lake State Park is a state park in Bonner County, Idaho, United States. The park surrounds Round Lake. The lake was formed from glacial activity in the Pleistocene. The park has 51 campsites, three hiking trails, and opportunities for biking, fishing, and swimming.
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TripAdvisor
  • Been going here for 40 years. Our kids grew up there during the summer. They enjoyed it so much, they still go there today, with their kids. Camping, swimming, fishing, hiking.  more »
  • I live in Sandpoint, and I go to Round Lake at least once a walk for the walk around the lake. It is very pretty, generally uncrowded and dog friendly. The campground is family oriented, the lake is g...  more »
  • We were a little dismayed when we arrived and saw how tight the campsites are tucked together. However, we were amazed at what a pleasant stay we had. The quiet hours from from 10 - 7 and those were w...  more »
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  • Good pampered camping area. If you want to experience the woods without the hassle of digging a hole for a toilet or hauling around a lot of drinkable water this is a great choice to go camping at. Great place to camp with kids or those with special needs. Most of the spots are great for tent use or RV. Spaced out enough that you're not too close to other people and out doory enough that you still feel like your camping. They have public outhouses and public bathrooms that are kept really nice and clean. They also have public showers too. Suggest reserving a spot because the campground can fill up quickly. Bring bug spray. Lots of wood, though they do sell it for a decent price also, and your hiking shoes to walk around the lake.
  • Beautiful place. Very beautiful. The one flaw was the park service. We pulled in on a foggy rainy morning and went to the visitors station to buy our parking pass, but realized they were closed. we went up to the door to check, but the lights were off and no one was there. So we parked in the lot and fished for awhile. Upon returning to our car, there was a ticket on the windshield for 3x the amount we would have gladly paid for a pass. We went in to the visitors center to talk with someone about our situation, but the woman was very snippy and couldn't care less about the situation. Great trip, made some good memories, but left with a bad after taste.
  • It's a nice park it's a little on the small side the campgrounds are a little too close together or I would have gave it a four-star rating park rangers are very helpful and friendly nice showers very clean bathrooms the lake is very nice no motor boats allowed great for a weekend with the kids
  • Great park! Well maintained! Read the state park rules carefully! I didnt and they only allow for 2 tents per site. Worried about people living there i guess. Seems you can have more of other types of coverings but not tents so if you have a large group it will be multiple campsites. Park ranger "chuck" was very helpful!
  • Very beautiful, not very strict and the bathrooms are decent. 20 min away from Silverwood. Will definitely come back.