Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA Holiday

This large, wooded campground lies in the beautiful "Inland Northwest," close to 50 lakes and the scenic Pend Oreille River.

Summertime at this 360-acre campground (just 35 miles north of Spokane) offers wonderful warm weather, so you can lounge by the pool, fish for trout and other species, or take a canoe, paddleboat  or kayak on Little Diamond (fishing) Lake. Nearby, larger Diamond Lake provides fishing, Jet Skiing and motorboating opportunities. Enjoy great hiking trails, Frisbee golf and weekend family activities and bonfires at the campground. You'll find wooded RV Sites, a tent village and modern rentals. In the heart of the Inland Empire, this KOA is near Coeur d'Alene and its attractions, including Silverwood Theme Park/Boulder Beach Water Park.  Boat rentals are closed until further notice. If checking in after 9 pm, you will be required to park in an overflow area and be taken to your site in the morning. Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: Mike & Jill Johnson and team.

User Reviews

Cathy Grizzle

October 04, 2021

My family and I had a wonderful time camping there

Rich n Sue

September 09, 2021

Stayed: 2021-08-21 to 2021-08-27 “Recommended!” We recommend Little Diamond Lake! 👌 This was our first Thousand Trails Campground. Check-in was OK, we were greeted by KOA staff. We scouted our gravel site easily, enough big rig were available to have a choice. We picked one parallel to the road that was more private with trees and vegetation. W/E only. All facilities were clean including pool, rec room, and bathrooms. The small lake area was quiet and nice to visit and we enjoyed riding our bikes. One staff member we met on the last day was friendly and accomodating. We travel in a 44' Class A w/toad. Thank you!

Roger Shirley

May 20, 2021

We loved it. Quiet, clean ,great staff

Sharon Lamb

May 27, 2021

So relaxing. Beautiful park and friendly staff.

Deb Wingert

May 03, 2022

Possibly the worst KOA I've ever been to, and we've been to KOAs across the country. The sites are crammed together and NOT level. We saw two staff members when we registered last night, and not seen any since. The grounds are HUGE, but not maintained. We walked to the lake from our site near registration, and it took a half hour. The grounds that aren't under water (well populated with geese, and their droppings), were populated by prairie dog colonies. I nearly twisted my ankle twice in their trails. Did I mention that there are no sites with full hookups?