Lakes in Pend Oreille County Washington

 Half Moon Lake Pend Oreille CountyLakes in Pend Oreille County Washington

During the summer months spending the day at one of Pend Oreilles’ many fresh-water lakes can be both relaxing and refreshing. If a day at the lake is what you’re looking for, we have good news, Pend Oreille has many gorgeous lakes to choose from for your next adventure.

Because there are so many wonderful lakes to choose from in Pend Oreille we have listed them in alphabetical order.

Bead Lake (4 Campsites – Hiking Access, Boating Access)
Bead Lake is the Largest Lake in Pend Oreille County and features disperse camping, boating and hiking . Read More

Big Meadow Lake (Campground)
Big Meadow Lake is located in the northern region of Pend Oreille County and features a campground, boating access, fishing and hiking. Read More

Boundary Reservoir (Free Campground)
Boundary Dam is the farthest north campground in Pend Oreille, almost at the Canadian Border. The campground is free on a first come first serve basis. Read More

Box Canyon Reservoir (Free Campground)
The Box Canyon Dam provides electric power to Pend Oreille County and has for more than half a century. Tours are available during the summer months. A small campground, park and swimming area are available to visitors. Read More.

Browns Lake (Campground)
Browns Lake is in the mountains above Cusick and features a well maintained improved campground. The lake is tranquil as only non-motorized boating is permitted. Fishing is permitted but restricted to fly-fishing. Read More

Caldwell Lake
Caldwell lake is a small lake in Northern Pend Oreille near Ione. The lake is day use only and fishing is permitted. Non-motorized boating is allowed and the lake is stocked yearly with Brook Trout. Read More

Carls Lake
Carl’s Lake is a small northern Pend Oreille lake which is know for it’s great fishing. Accessing this lake is challenging. Read More

Conger Pond 1 & 2
Conger Ponds is a water reservoir located 27 miles north of Newport Washington. The ponds offer excellent fishing opportunities through the summer months. Read More

Cooks Lake (Camping)
Cooks Lake is considered one of the areas smaller lakes and is best if visited during spring and early parts of summer. Cooks is a popular destination for fishing, small boats are allowed. Disperse camping is available. Read More

Crater Lake (Hiking Access Only – Extreme Terrain)

Crescent Lake (3 Campsites – Free)

Davis Lake

Deception Lake (Hiking access only)

Diamond Lake

Fan Lake

Frater Lake

Half Moon Lake

Horseshoe Lake

Lake Leo (Campground)

Leadbetter Lake

Little Lost Lake

Marshall Lake (Camping)

Muskegon Lake

Mystic Lake

Nile Lake

No Name Lake (Campground)

North Skookum Lake (Camping)

Parker Lake

Petit Lake

Sacheen Lake

South Skookum Lake

Sullivan Lake

Upper Lead King Lake

Yocum Lake

Nearby Lakes of Interest

Priest Lake

Lake Pend Oreille

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