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CLOSED FOR
WINTER

TROY, IDAHO RV PARK

The Troy RV Park is city operated/maintained facility with 9 campsites. Each site has full hookups, a table, and a paved parking spur. Troy is centrally located in Latah County, Idaho on the eastern part of the Palouse region. To make a reservation or request more information, please call City Hall at 208.835.2741

All of our sites feature the following:

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Seasonal—April 1- October 31

20,30 & 50 AMP electrical connections

Water & Sewer Connections

Picnic Table

Family Friendly

Pet Friendly

  • Only ONE RV per space

  • No overnight parking on South Front Street

  • 15-night maximum stay within a 30-day period

  • Regular: $45/Night or $280/Week

  • Seniors: $40/Night or $245/Week

  • NO campfires

  • Dogs need to be on a leash and cleaned up after (Troy Code 6-2-6)

  • Quiet hours—10:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M.

  • Dispose of garbage in receptacles provided

  • Payment drop box—Troy City Hall, 519 S. Main, Troy

Newly paved, clean. Picnic table in each spot. Quiet mornings. Modern hookups with sewer and dump station. We camped at Troy RV Park in a Motorhome.

Situated on Front street, behind the grain silos, it's peaceful and quiet. Lots of birds in the area, including grouse, morning doves, starlings, the occasional red-tailed hawk, and even wild turkeys.

Access: Good. Pave interior roads.Sites: All pull-throughs. Mostly level paved. Concrete patio & table. Spacing very good. Each site has garbage receptacle.

Quiet area with friendly people and very well kept. Not many amenities in town, but only 11 miles from Moscow, which has pretty much everything you might need.

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AREAS TO EXPLORE

NORTH

1.5 hours north of Troy is Lake Coeur d'Alene, the Spokane Airport, and big city shopping.  

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SOUTH

Lewis and Clark State College is 50 miles to the south of Troy.  The Clearwater and Snake Rivers run through this area.  Further south is the Salmon River which is famous for jet boat races, salmon fishing, and amazing rafting through Hells Canyon.

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EAST

Vast recreational wilderness lies to the east of Troy. Hunting, fishing, hiking at Elk River Falls, motor boating at Dworshak Reservoir, snowmobiling, and motorbiking.  Timber is a major industry in the area.  

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WEST

Two major universities are west of Troy. The University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho (11 miles), and Washington State University, Pullman, Washington (25 miles). Pullman is also home to Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, which ranks #97 on the Best Companies to Work For List by FORTUNE® Magazine.

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