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We will be just stopping for the night, not needing any services, not wanting to make any friends. Just want to park, take a shower, heat up some food, sleep.

Some reviews say there may be a Costco, Cabela’s, Fred Meyer, or other store in Spokane which accepts overnighters but it’s hard to find confirmation. Or any BLM land west of town where we can just park. It seems silly to pay $50+ for a developed spot when we don’t need any of the hookups, etc., we just need a place to park.

Any ideas for this area?

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Yes. Sprague Lake has a free fishing area I've used many times.
47.245108, -118.077122

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2oldman wrote:

Yes. Sprague Lake has a free fishing area I've used many times.
47.245108, -118.077122


Sprague is awesome. I am wondering..and hopeful..that the old vehicles are still in town. Oodles of them..just, there.

Also....https://freecampsites.net/#!Spokane,%20wa

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Let's hope the OP returns.

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Cabelas in Post Falls ID is where we stay to visit a friend in Spokane. But that's on the east side, not the west which you requested.


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I don't know about the cost but we enjoyed staying at Riverside State Park right on the Spokane River a few years ago.





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We stay at Cabelas in Spokane Valley when we are passing through. There is a Wal-Mart a couple of blocks from Cabelas also that has rv's parked for the night.


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Super helpful everyone, thanks

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2oldman wrote:

Yes. Sprague Lake has a free fishing area I've used many times.
47.245108, -118.077122


It says 1.75 miles off freeway, from there is it pretty obvious where I can park? Or is it like a wide open lot, just park on one side?

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Very obvious.

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