Hawleys Landing Campground is part of Heyburn State Park. It is situated on gently rolling hills next to Chatcolet Lake. The campground is shaded by white pine trees. (They drop a fine pitch mist which you will need to wash off of everything exposed). We enjoyed our stay here, especially hiking the trails along the lake and up on Indian Cliffs.
Campsites: There are 52 campsites in Hawleys Landing. Each is equipped with a picnic table and fire pit with attached grate. The tent sites, 1 through 10, have a sand filled tent square. Campsites 11 through 52 also have electricity and water, While sites 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 36 and 38 also have sewer service.
Host on Site: Yes there is a host on site. They are located near the entrance.
Water: There is good water throughout the campground.
Garbage Services: Yes, there is garbage service.
Electricity Available: Campsites 11 through 52 have 30 amp electrical service available.
Restroom: Hawleys Landing Campground has flushing toilets and showers, but 2 showers for the men and 2 for the women makes for a crowd at times.
Handicap Accessible: The restrooms and showers are handicap accessible.
Firewood: Firewood was $5 per bundle in 2013 and is available from the camp host.
Pets: Pets are allowed but must be kept on a leash.
Picnic Area: There are two picnic areas in Heyburn State Park. Check them out from our Heyburn State Park page.
Recreation: There was a volleyball net and horseshoe pits in the field next to the RV dump station near the visitors center. There is a dock from which people were swmming near the program area. Check with the visitors info center for lectures and programs. There are several trails starting at the visitors center. Check out this link to a map of the trails. Rocky Point Day use area has a wonderful beach. Canoes and paddle boats can be rented at the marina.
Fishing: Hawleys Landing Campground is on Chatcolet Lake. Check the regulations here.
Boating: There is a dock near the program area and a marina at Rocky Point.
Swimming: The main swimming area is at Rocky Point Day Use Area. There is a great beach and picnic area.
Wildlife: We saw a deer at the parking area for the Indian Cliffs Trail. There are deer, black bear and moose in this area.
Fee Schedule: Single standard sites are $16 plus a $5 entrance fee and sales tax which totals $21.96. Sites with power and water total $28.32, while sites with power, water and sewer are $30.44. I recommend getting the Idaho State Parks Passport for an annual fee of $10 if you are going to enter a state park more than once this year. It will save you $5 each night of camping and $5 everytime you want to enter a state park in Idaho. You can get them when you register your auto or renew your auto license. If you are not an Idaho resident, the passport will cost you $40.
Campground Reservations: You may reserve your campsite at reserveamerica.com. The campground is very busy so make sure you reserve a site.
Phone service: We had reception on our ATT phones right in the campground. In fact, we went on line and extended our stay on our phones through the state website. Data service was a bit spotty but it got the job done.
Nearby Services: There is a grocery/variety store in Plummer, Idaho.
RV Dumping Site: Hawleys Landing has a RV dump station right at the entrance to the campground.
Nearest Shower: There is a shower in the campground which is free for campers.
Nearest Laundry: Riverbend Full Svc Laundry 70 Homer Dr, St Maries, ID 83861 Cross Streets: Near the intersection of Homer Dr and ID-3 (208) 245-9107
Location/Driving instructions: From Coeur d'Alene, Idaho follow this GoogleMap.
Elevation: 2167 Feet
Reviewed: July 2013
This information is accurate as of the date of the review.
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