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Marshall Lake

 As a boy, 1954, began vacationing and fishing at Marshall Lake when Long Horn Lodge and resort competed with Shadow Bay. Now its just Marshall Lake Resort. Awesome lake setting, elevation about 3200 feet, has been excellent Mountain Cutthroat trout fishing. Pristine is an understatement. Rustic is more practical, power and water to almost all the campsites. Restrooms and hot showers for a nominal fee. Great atmosphere and quiet. Lots of hiking, biking, slow boating,
    and cool stuff a short drive back down the mountain. Our families love it here, and the kids and their children make it a point to spend time here when they can get away from Spokane or come back for a visit from California and/or
Japan. The Grimes are really neat people to meet and visit. Says George D.

In years past we spent many wounderful days here. Back when the Maggarts ran the place; it was simple. Rustic camping at its finest. Awesome cutthroat trout and cold mountain water, pristine no motorized boats, electric and paddle / oar power only. Beautiful treasure of Idaho and a real treasure for all to enjoy and experience the outdoors. Says Randy Q>

We had our poor
    man paradise AT Shadow Bay for 4 wonderful,and I would give any thing to have it back. Says Stormy

One of the most beautiful and pristine lakes we have ever camped at and explored on. Says Terri and Mike

What is the
 best R.V. campground at Marshall Lake? Says Zack R.

Marshall is a lovely, quiet getaway, only a 45 minute drive from spokane Says Nick C.

Beautiful, quiet serene. - Nic C


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