Boyer Park & Marina / Snake River Koa

Colfax, Washington

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Boyer Park & Marina KOA boasts 61 beautiful paved RV sites, 4 camping cabins, and 3 tent sites along the Snake River in a picture perfect park like setting. The Park also has 8 boat docks that have a dump station along with fuel for your boat. There is a 4 mile walking asphalt path along the river going up to the Lower Granite Damn for you to take in the views of the gorge. The KOA also has a Restaurant, and store for all your camping amenities and much more. Don't forget to visit the sandy beach area for a little bit of relaxation.

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