We have made updates to Riffe Lake Campground adding 2 cabins in the upper park and 2 RV spots with electric and water hookups. These sites can be reserved by calling the office. We also moved the playground and added showers for your convenience. The lower loop road is not open at this time so there are no trailers, boats or RV's allowed in the lower park.
Riffe Lake Campground is a small privately owned campground with 17 RV sites with full hookups, 18 RV sites with water/power hookups, 13 tent sites, 8 group sites and 5 rustic camper cabins. We are located along the banks of Riffe Lake in Lewis County where you can enjoy a day of kayaking, canoeing, swimming, boating or fishing. When you come back to your campsite you can spend the evening at your campfire making memories with friends new and old.
We look forward to seeing you at Riffe Lake Campground.
Each campsite has a private picnic table and fire pit. We offer clean bathrooms and coin-op showers, and for anything you may have forgotten a small store overflowing with wood and ice.
Seasonal rentals including canoes, rowboats and kayaks are available at the Camp Store.
Activities at the campground include a playground for the kids, volleyball, basketball, horseshoe and soon to come a Gaga Pit.
Riffe Lake offers beautiful coves to relax and swim in, waterfalls, and several miles of hiking trails. She also offers pristine fishing for anyone who wants to throw in a line. Rainbow and Cutthroat trout, Brown Bullheads, Smallmouth bass, and Chinook salmon are just a few that are swimming in her waters.
Riffe Lake Campground is also close to other fishing. Swofford pond is open year round and offers a boat launch, but combustion engines are not allowed. Fishing includes Channel catfish, Brown Bull head, Brown and Rainbow trout, Smallmouth and Largemouth bass, Sucker, Yellow perch, and Crappie.
Mayfield Lake is also very close to Riffe Lake Campgrounds. Mayfield is open year round and offers Brown Bullhead, Chinook salmon, Coastal Cutthroat, Coho salmon, and Rainbow trout.