Haag Cove Campground is at the north end of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area The campground lies on the banks of Lake Roosevelt and offers outstanding views of the lake!
Haag Cove Campground - Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
The one thing to be aware of about Haag Cove Campground is that there is no boat launch or courtesy dock. It is typically pretty quiet and may fill up on weekends and holidays.
Season: Currently closed due to covid
Number of Sites: 18
Location in the park: Haag Cove is a quiet, isolated campground on Lake Roosevelt’s west side
Campsite Cost: May 1 through September 30th $23, October 1st through April 30 $11.50
Payments accepted: U.S. Currency and checks.
Reservations: No, Individual campsites are first-come, first-served.
Accessible Sites: Campsite areas are unpaved and may be uneven. Campsite 3 and campsite 5 are designated ADA sites. Campsites 13 – 18 are walk-in tent sites. Pit toilets have sidewalk pathways from the road.
Pets Allowed: Yes, Pets need to be on a leash.
Are campground Reservations Available? No
First Come, First Served? Yes, all sites are first come first serve
Flush Toilets: No, Pit Toilets
Is wifi Available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? Most major carriers have some cell coverage at Haag Cove Campground.
Is camp host available on site? Unknown
Is firewood available for purchase? Firewood is available in nearby towns.
Amenities at each campsite:
Fire pit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? No
Potable Water? No, Make sure to bring water jugs with you. There is no potable water.
RV Camping at Campground
The RV loop has picnic tables, back-in sites, flush toilets
RV Length: Maximum vehicle length varies from site to site. Sites 13 through 18 are walk-in sites. Vehicles, trailers, or RVs cannot be parked on the grass or anywhere except the designated parking spot for each site. Haag Cove Campground does not have hookups.
Dump Station: No
Generators: Generators may only be used from 6 am to 10 pm.
Hookups: There are no electricity, water, or sewer site hookups
How to get to Campground
The maximum number of people in a campsite: 10
The number of cars per campsite: 2
Checkout time: 12 noon
Quiet Hours: Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
Maximum Stay: Camping is limited to 14 consecutive nights per campground within a 30 day period and not more than 60 total nights per calendar year
Haag Cove Campground Map
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Photos of Campground
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