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Lake Roosevelt

National Recreation Area - Washington

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area encompasses the 130-mile (210 km) long Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake between Grand Coulee Dam and Northport, Washington, in eastern Washington state. The Grand Coulee Dam was built on the Columbia River in 1941 as part of the Columbia River Basin project, named for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area provides opportunities for fishing, swimming, canoeing, boating, hunting, camping, and visiting historic Fort Spokane and St. Paul's Mission. Crescent Bay Lake in Grant County just southwest of Lake Roosevelt also falls under the jurisdiction of the National Recreation Area.

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Official visitor map of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area (NRA) in Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Lake Roosevelt - Visitor Map

Official visitor map of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area (NRA) in Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Recreation Map of South Huckleberry Mountains in the BLM Spokane District area. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).South Huckleberry Mountains - Recreation Map

Recreation Map of South Huckleberry Mountains in the BLM Spokane District area. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Map of the U.S. National Park System. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).National Park System - National Park Units

Map of the U.S. National Park System. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the U.S. National Park System with Unified Regions. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).National Park System - National Park Units and Regions

Map of the U.S. National Park System with Unified Regions. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Map of the U.S. National Heritage Areas. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).National Park System - National Heritage Areas

Map of the U.S. National Heritage Areas. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Southwest Area of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville MVUM - Southwest 2020

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Southwest Area of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Northwest Area of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville MVUM - Northwest 2020

Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) of Northwest Area of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Mount Hull Off-Highway Vehilce (OHV) Trails in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Mount Hull OHV

Map of Mount Hull Off-Highway Vehilce (OHV) Trails in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Bannon Mountain Off-Highway Vehilce (OHV) Trails in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Bannon Mountain OHV

Map of Bannon Mountain Off-Highway Vehilce (OHV) Trails in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Recreation Map of Fives Lakes area in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Five Lakes

Recreation Map of Fives Lakes area in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Recreation Map of Conconully and Tiffany Area areas in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Conconully and Tiffany

Recreation Map of Conconully and Tiffany Area areas in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Recreation Map of Aeneas Valley / Fir Mountain area in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Aeneas Valley / Fir Mtn.

Recreation Map of Aeneas Valley / Fir Mountain area in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Conconully Off-Highway Vehilce (OHV) Trails in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Conconully OHV

Map of Conconully Off-Highway Vehilce (OHV) Trails in Tonasket Ranger District (RD) in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map with Points of Interests at Sherman Loop in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville - Sherman Loop

Map with Points of Interests at Sherman Loop in Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Forest User's Map of Sullivan/Newport/Three Rivers Ranger Districts (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville Forest User's Map - Sullivan/Newport/Three Rivers 2021

Forest User's Map of Sullivan/Newport/Three Rivers Ranger Districts (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Forest User's Map of Republic/Three Rivers Ranger Districts (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville Forest User's Map - Republic/Three Rivers 2021

Forest User's Map of Republic/Three Rivers Ranger Districts (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Forest User's Map of Three Rivers Ranger District (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville Forest User's Map - Three Rivers 2021

Forest User's Map of Three Rivers Ranger District (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Forest User's Map of Newport/Three Rivers Ranger Districts (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).Colville Forest User's Map - Newport/Three Rivers 2021

Forest User's Map of Newport/Three Rivers Ranger Districts (RD) of Colville National Forest (NF) in Washington. Published by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS).

Map of Washington State Highways / Tourist Map. Published by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).Washington State - Highway Map

Map of Washington State Highways / Tourist Map. Published by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).

https://www.nps.gov/libi/index.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Roosevelt_National_Recreation_Area Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area encompasses the 130-mile (210 km) long Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake between Grand Coulee Dam and Northport, Washington, in eastern Washington state. The Grand Coulee Dam was built on the Columbia River in 1941 as part of the Columbia River Basin project, named for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area provides opportunities for fishing, swimming, canoeing, boating, hunting, camping, and visiting historic Fort Spokane and St. Paul's Mission. Crescent Bay Lake in Grant County just southwest of Lake Roosevelt also falls under the jurisdiction of the National Recreation Area. The ancient geologic landscape of the upper Columbia River cradles Lake Roosevelt in walls of stone carved by massive ice age floods. Come explore the shorelines and learn the stories of American Indians, traders and trappers, settlers and dam builders who called this place home. Swim, boat, hike, camp, and fish at this hidden gem in Northeast Washington, created by the Grand Coulee Dam. From Spokane Take I-90 West At Exit 277, merge onto US-2 toward Davenport/Fairchild AFB/Spokane Airport Just past Wilbur, turn right onto WA-21 Stay left onto Highway 174 Turn right onto WA-155 Stay on WA-155 past Grand Coulee Dam and into the town of Coulee Dam Cross the Columbia River and continue on WA-155 Turn right onto Crest Drive and follow up the hill. The Headquarters Office is located on the left Fort Spokane Visitor Center and Museum 8/01/2021 During COVID 19 Fort Spokane Visitor Center will remain closed until further notice. Fort Spokane Visitor Center and Museum are the former guardhouse, located in the middle of historic Fort Spokane. The visitor center and museum are open seasonally, from Memorial Day to Labor Day of each year. The visitor center and museum may be opened upon request the rest of the year. From Spokane, take I-90 West. At exit 277, merge onto US-2 toward Davenport/Fairchaild AFB/Spokane Airport. Turn right on WA-25. Follow WA-25 north approximately 23 miles. Look for signs for Fort Spokane Visitor Center and Museum. Cloverleaf Campground Cloverleaf is a small, walk-in only campground near Gifford. Tent sites are tucked into the pines with lake shore access. This campground is great for those wanting a more rugged, primitive camping experience with standard amenities like water and pit toilets. Although small, Cloverleaf Campground is not as popular as other campgrounds and doesn’t often fill. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Cloverleaf Campground 1 Tents are set up in campsites along the shore of the lake with a swim dock just beyond. Campsites at Cloverleaf Campground. Cloverleaf Campground 2 A tent campsite in the pines adjacent to the lake. A canoe moves past beyond. Lake view campsite at Cloverleaf Campground. Evans Campground Evans Campground runs lengthwise along the lakeshore. One end is capped with the group sites and the boat launch. The other end is a Day Use Area with a covered picnic area and swim beach. The campground is busy in the summer and tends to fill on the weekends. Title: Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. ADA site and other campsites with RVs Large RV parked in campsite among ponderosa pine trees with other RVS in background Many campsites in Evans have lakeshore views. shady campsites campsites tucked among towering pine trees with shade Evans is nicely shaded by Ponderosa pine trees. Regular campsite paved campsite parking area with lake in background A regular site has a paved parking space, picnic table, and fire pit. Walk-In Site picnic table and fire pit next to campsite number post, with lake in background Evans has a few walk-in sites for tent-campers only. Evans Day Use Area picnic tables in foreground, covered picnic area in background The Day Use Area has restrooms, covered and uncovered picnic tables, and a swim area. Evans Boat Launch boat launch leading into blue lake water Evans has a boat launch with some parking. Evans Group Site The Evans Group site is located in a clearing on one end of Evans Campground. The site holds a maximum of 25 people, with ample space for RV parking and/or tents. Clusters of pine trees provide shade. The boat launch is located nearby and a Day Use Area with covered picnic area and swim beach caps the other end of the campground. The campground itself is busy and may fill on the weekends. Group Camping Fee, 1 – 25 People 55.00 The fee for a group site with 1 – 25 occupants. Group Site The group site with picnic tables, paved park, fire ring, bathroom, and lake view. Evans Campground group site with parking, fire pit, bathroom, and lake access. Lake View A view of the lake with rounded shore in front and heavy pines across the water. A view of the lake shore from the Evans Campground Group Site. Fort Spokane Campground Fort Spokane Campground is part of a large recreation complex with the Fort Spokane visitor center, day use area, and boat launch within walking distance. The campground itself sprawls among towering pines, with plenty of space for RVs and walk-in sites for tent campers. Fort Spokane is a popular campground conveniently located near the visitor center and nearby gas stations and stores. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Fort Spokane Campground 1 A view through the pines with campsites scattered throughout and a bathroom structure beyond. Campsites at the Fort Spokane Campground. Fort Spokane Campground 1 A campsite with paved parking, picnic table, and fire ring in the pines. A campsite at Fort Spokane Campground. Fort Spokane Campground 3 A grassy area with picnic tables next to the lake. The day use picnic area at Fort Spokane Campground. Fort Spokane Group Sites The Fort Spokane Group Sites are part of a large recreation complex with the Fort Spokane visitor center, day use area, and boat launch within walking distance. The group sites are separated from the individual-site campground by the boat launch. The Fort Spokane area is a popular, and often busy, part of the park. Group Camping Fee, 1 – 25 People 55.00 The fee for a group site with 1 – 25 occupants. Group Camping Fee, 26 – 50 People 80.00 The fee for a group site with 26 to 50 occupants. Fort Spokane Group Campground 1 A cluster of picnic tables on the grass in the pine trees, overlooking the lake. Fort Spokane Group Campsite overlooking the lake. Fort Spokane Group Campsite Picnic tables are scattered throughout the pines, overlooking the lake. The Fort Spokane Group Campsite overlooking the lake. Fort Spokane Group Campsite 3 Picnic tables in a large grassy area with sparse pines, overlooking the lake. Overview of the Fort Spokane Group Campsite. Gifford Campground Gifford campground stretches along the lakeshore, giving almost every campsite a sweeping view of Lake Roosevelt and shoreline access. Towering pines provide ample shade. Gifford has a boat launch and dock, a dump station, and a fish cleaning station. A group site provides space and privacy for larger parties. Gifford Campground is conveniently located along WA 25 next to the Gifford Ferry. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Gifford Campground 1 A paved campsite pad with gravel adjacent, a picnic table, and the bathroom building beyond. A campsite at Gifford Campground. Gifford Campground 2 A paved campground loop in the pines adjacent to the lake with a view of the lake beyond. A campground loop at Gifford Campground. Gifford Campground 3 A campsite with a paved parking area, picnic table, fire ring, and lake access. A campsite with a lake view at Gifford Campground. Gifford Group Site The Gifford group site is located in a clearing on one end of Gifford Campground. The site holds a maximum of 50 people, with ample space for RV parking and/or tents. Clusters of pines provide shade. The boat launch with parking is located at the other end of the campground. The campground itself is busy and may fill on the weekends. Group Camping Fee, 1 – 25 People 55.00 The fee for a group site with 1 – 25 occupants. Group Camping Fee, 26 – 50 People 80.00 The fee for a group site with 26 to 50 occupants. Gifford Group Site An open group camping site on the shoreline with trees and picnic tables. One of the group sites at Gifford Campground. Haag Cove Campground Haag Cove is a quiet, isolated campground on Lake Roosevelt’s west side. Sites are spread out along the shoreline in an open area with scattered pine trees. The open setting does not allow for much privacy between sites, but provides sweeping views of the lake to most campers. The campground is typically quiet, though it may fill on holidays and weekends. There is not a boat launch or courtesy dock. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Haag Cove Campground The campground bulletin board kiosk with the lake and campsites beyond. Entrance area at Haag Cove Campground. Haag Cove Campground 2 Several campsites with paved access, pine trees, and picnic tables. Campsites at Haag Cove Campground. Haag Campground 3 An camper trailer and truck are parked in a campsite overlooking the lake. A campsite at Haag Campground with a view of the lake. Hawk Creek Campground Hawk Creek Campground is tucked back from the lake on Hawk Creek. The campground is popular, but small enough to feel private and secluded. A small waterfall adds ambiance to this beautiful and unique campground. Hawk Creek is close to Fort Spokane Visitor Center, but far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle. A courtesy dock provides access to Lake Roosevelt. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Hawk Creek Campground 1 A cluster of tents and RVs are sheltered at campsites among the trees. A view of Hawk Creek Campground. Hawk Creek Campground 2 Looking down a row of campsites along a paved access road. A view of the Hawk Creek Campground. Hunters Campground Hunters Campground is part of a larger recreation complex with a boat launch and Day Use Area. Campsites are tucked among the pines in a centrally-located loop with an easy walk to the beach area. Group sites offer privacy and beach access for larger parties. Hunters Campground is very popular and often busy in the summer. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Hunters Campground 1 A broadly paved accessible campsite at Hunters Campground. An accessible campsite available at Hunters Campground. Hunters Campground 2 View of a campsite with paved parking, picnic table, and fire ring in the pines. A campsite at Hunters Campground. Hunters Campground 3 View across a small inlet to several campsites in the pines. Campsites in the pines at Hunters Campground with lake access. Hunters Group Sites The Hunters Group sites are part of a larger recreation complex with a boat launch and Day Use Area. The group sites are tucked among the pines on one side of the swim beach. An individual-site campground is located nearby. Hunters Campground is very popular and often busy in the summer. Group Camping Fee, 1 – 25 People 55.00 The fee for a group site with 1 – 25 occupants. Hunters Group Site Log parking bumpers are lined up along the grassy edge of Hunters Group Site with tall pines beyond. An overview of a group site with the lakeshore beyond. Hunters Group Site - Lakeshore Picnic tables nestled against the pine trees with a lakeshore view beyond. Have a picnic with a great view! Hunters Group Site - Parking & Restroom Paved parking areas, log grass bumpers, and an accessible vault toilet building beyond. Parking at the Hunters Group Site with accessible vault toilets. Jones Bay Campground Jones Bay is one of Lake Roosevelt’s smaller, more rustic campgrounds. The campground is mostly gravel and packed dirt, with not much vegetation, on the lake shore. It can be reached by boat and has a boat launch and dock. Jones Bay can be also be reached by car, but may be difficult to find. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Jones Bay Campground Looking toward the lake and the boat ramp, a campsite with a picnic table and gravel road in front. An overview of campsites at Jones Bay with the boat launch and lake beyond. Jones Bay CG and Boat Launch The boat launch at Jones Bay, information kiosk nearby. A view through a waterfront campsite to the boat launch. Kamloops Island Campground Kamloops Island is a small, shady campground at the mouth of the Kettle River. The main hub of campsites is tucked into the vegetation at the top and can fit tents and RVs. A cluster of walk-in tent sites is spread out in a grove of pines. Many campsites offer views of the river, lake, and surrounding landscape. There is a courtesy dock, but no boat launch. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Walk-in Campsites scattered walk-in campsites among the pine trees, with the lake in the background Half of Kamloop's campsites are walk-in only. Standard campsite campsite with paved parking area, surrounded by trees The first eight campsites can fit tents or RVS and have paved parking areas. Walk-in Site campsite with picnic table and fire pit, with view of river in background Most of the walk-in sites have nice views of Kettle River. Courtesy Dock metal dock jutting into the water The courtesy dock is located below the walk-in sites at the bottom of the hill. Kettle Falls Campground Kettle Falls is a large, fairly wooded campground on the lake shore. All sites are open to tent campers, vehicles, and RVs. The campground is adjacent to Kettle Falls Marina (with boat launch and space for trailer parking) and nearby to Kettle Falls Day Use Area. The area is fairly well-trafficked and busy, but offers all the conveniences and amenities of nearby town of Kettle Falls. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Kettle Falls Campsite Two picnic tables and a fire ring visible at campsites in the pines, adjacent to the lake shore. A campsite at the Kettle Falls campground. Kettle Falls Campground 2 A campsite with a picnic table and a fire ring in the foreground, bathroom structures in the pines. A campsite at Kettle Falls campground. Kettle Falls Campground 3 Campsites with picnic tables and fire rings are scattered through the pine forest. The campground at Kettle Falls. Kettle River Campground Kettle River is a shady campground on the banks of the Kettle River. Most of the sites are on the shoreline and have beautiful views of the Kettle River and surrounding landscape. Kettle River does not have a boat launch but does have a courtesy dock. This campground is a great place for birding, with a variety of waterfowl and raptors seen in the area. Kettle River Campground is typically quiet and doesn’t often fill. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Regular Site - campsite 2 shaded campsite with paved parking space Kettle River is a small and quiet campground. ADA Site - campsite 8 large campsite with paved parking spot on the riverbank Campsite 8 is a designated ADA campsite. Regular Site - campsite 3 cleared campsite space surrounded by vegetation with shady trees Sites in Kettle River are spacious and shady. Locust Grove Group Sites 03/23/2021 During COVID-19 this campground will remain closed until further notice. The Locust Grove Group sites are located at the townsite of Old Kettle Falls, near Kettle Falls Campground and Kettle Falls Day Use Area. There are two sites with a capacity for 50 people and 75 people, respectively. A nature trail leads to Kettle Falls Campground and Kettle Falls Day Use Area with swim beach. Locust Grove Group sites are spacious and set apart from the hustle and bustle of the Kettle Falls Campground area. Group Camping Fee, 1 – 25 People 55.00 The fee for a group site with 1 – 25 occupants. Group Camping Fee, 26 – 50 People 80.00 The fee for a group site with 26 to 50 occupants. Group Camping Fee, 51 – 75 People 105.00 The fee for a group site with 51 to 75 occupants. Locust Grove 1 A grassy area with picnic tables and a gazebo beyond. A view of the gazebo and picnic tables at Locust Grove Campground. Locust Grove 2 A view of the lake with a boat speeding past, heavy pines on the hillslopes and sand in the fore. A view of the lake from near Locust Grove Campground. Marcus Island Campground Marcus Island Campground is tucked into the trees on the lake shore. The campground is heavily shaded and, in the summer, has shoreline on three sides. The main access road is single lane and winding, but campers flock to this shaded area in summer. A boat launch with parking is available before reaching the campground. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Marcus Island Campground a peninsula of land with tall pines and campsites scattered among them Marcus Island Campground is located on a peninsula jutting out into Lake Roosevelt. Marcus Island Boat Launch a cement ramp and metal dock declining into the lake water The boat launch and parking area is located at the head of the single-lane campground access road. Marcus Island Access road a single lane road surrounded by green vegetation The campground access road is single lane and may be a tight squeeze for large RVs. Lake-side Campsite a paved parking spot next to the water, with picnic table and fire pit Marcus Island offers several options for camping, with several sites along the shoreline. Regular Campsite a campsite with picnic table, fire pit, and curved parking lane. Marcus Island has several "pull-through" campsites with plenty of shade for hot summer days. North Gorge Campground North Gorge is a small, but popular, campground at the northeast edge of the park. A few sites are large enough for an RV, but most are built for tent camping. The campground is set in a grove of pines on the edge of the lake. A boat launch and dock are on the north or right side of the main loop. In the summer, North Gorge is busy on the weekends. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 - September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 - September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. North Gorge Boat Launch a cement boat launch and adjacent courtesy dock lead into the mirror-like lake North Gorge has a boat launch and courtesy dock located near the front of the campground. North Gorge main hub paved access road in the foreground leading to the boat launch and lake in the background The standard campsites are clustered around the paved access road and boat launch. North Gorge regular campsites road through pine trees with in foreground with campsite visible in background The first half of North Gorge's sites are located around the boat launch and can fit vehicles and RVs. North Gorge Walk-In Tent Site a primitive path leads between two campsite markers to the water's edge Half of North Gorge's campsites are walk-in tent sites with a central parking area. Walk-In site parking a small paved parking lot in a grove of pine trees The campground access road ends in the small walk-in parking area. Turning around is very difficult past the boat launch area. Campsite 1 - ADA Site a campsite with a large paved parking area, accessible picnic table, and fire pit, with view of lake Campsite 1 is a designated accessible site. Porcupine Bay Campground Porcupine Bay Campground and Boat Launch includes 20 campsites, seasonal flush facilities, and fish cleaning station, swim beach, and boat launch. The campground is tucked up into the shaded pines against the wall of the coulee, with beautiful views of the lake. boat launch boat launch from the shore. Spokane Arm of Lake Roosevelt in the back ground. Porcupine Bay boat launch Porcupine Bay swim beach Swim beach with swim dock from the shore. Spokane arm of Lake Roosevelt in the background. Porcupine Bay swim beach Porcupine Bay Campground Campground from near the shore looking uphill through the trees Porcupine Bay campground Snag Cove Campground Snag Cove is a small, fairly isolated campground located on the western side of Lake Roosevelt. Eight out of the nine sites are on the lake shore and all sites are open to tents and RVs. A boat launch with trailer parking and courtesy dock frames one side of the campground. Because of its size and popularity, Snag Cove often fills in the summer. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Snag Cove Campground 1 Several paved camping spaces at Snag Cove in the pine trees. Lake View A view of the lake, with pine covered slopes and reeds along the shore. A view of the lake from Snag Cove Campground. Spring Canyon Campground Spring Canyon Campground stair-steps down the hillside to Lake Roosevelt, offering sweeping views of the lake and surrounding landscape. The open desert environment also means little shade and extremely hot temperatures in the summer. Spring Canyon is conveniently located near the towns of Grand Coulee and Coulee Dam, as well as the Grand Coulee Dam. The campground offers a Day Use Area, group sites, and a nearby boat launch. Standard Camping Fee, May 1 – September 30 23.00 The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, May 1 – September 30 11.50 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from May 1 through September 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Standard Camping Fee, October 1 – April 30 11.50 The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Senior / Access Rate, October 1 – April 30 5.75 Discounted camping rate for valid America the Beautiful Senior or Access passes. The fee for an individual campsite per night from October 1 through April 30. Group size limit is 10 people and 2 vehicles. Spring Canyon Campground 1 A view of paved access roads and campsites, overlooking the lake. The lower loop at Spring Canyon Campground. Spring Canyon Campground 2 A paved and sheltered campsite area adjacent to the bathrooms. A view of the sheltered portion of the upper loop of Spring Canyon Campground. Spring Canyon Campground 3 A graveled campsite pad with picnic table and fire ring adjacent. Overview of campsites in the lower loop at Spring Canyon Campground. Spring Canyon Group Sites The Spring Canyon group sites are located at the base of Spring Canyon Campground, offering sweeping views of the lake and surrounding landscape. The open desert landscape also means little shade and extremely hot temperatures in the summer. Spring Canyon has two group sites and each can hold up to 25 people. Spring Canyon is conveniently located near the town of Grand Coulee and the Grand Coulee Dam. Group Camping Fee, 1 – 25 People 55.00 The fee for a group site with 1 – 25 occupants. Spring Canyon Group Site 1 Looking down on the group site with a bathroom and picnic tables, adjacent to paved parking. Overview of a group site at Spring Canyon Campground. Spring Canyon Group Site 2 Picnic tables and a bathroom adjacent to a large grassy area and paved parking access. A view of a group site at Spring Canyon Campground. Lake Roosevelt 1 Looking down Lake Roosevelt with clear skies and treed shorelines. Looking down Lake Roosevelt with clear skies and treed shorelines. Lake Roosevelt 2 People canoeing down Lake Roosevelt on a day with blue skies. Visitors enjoying canoeing around the Hawk Creek area. Lake Roosevelt 3 A glow is coming over the horizon and bringing first light to Lake Roosevelt and Crescent Bay Lake. The glow of first light is hitting Lake Roosevelt and Crescent Bay Lake. Lake Roosevelt 4 Snow falls over a small peninsula with its clear reflection over the waters. Snow falls over a small peninsula with its clear reflection over the waters. NPS Geodiversity Atlas—Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, Washington Each park-specific page in the NPS Geodiversity Atlas provides basic information on the significant geologic features and processes occurring in the park. [Site Under Development] view across lake to low hills Wildland Fire in Douglas Fir: Western United States Douglas fir is widely distributed throughout the western United States, as well as southern British Columbia and northern Mexico. Douglas fir is able to survive without fire, its abundantly-produced seeds are lightweight and winged, allowing the wind to carry them to new locations where seedlings can be established. Close-up of Douglas fir bark and needles. Wildland Fire in Sagebrush Sagebrush will burn when the surrounding grasses are dry. With strong winds, fire spreads rapidly with flames sometimes reaching over 30 feet high. While fire easily kills sagebrush, the other plants resprout from protected roots producing lush forage for wildlife and livestock. Close-up of sagebrush leaves Wildland Fire in Ponderosa Pine: Western United States This forest community generally exists in areas with annual rainfall of 25 inches or less. Extensive pure stands of this forest type are found in the southwestern U.S., central Washington and Oregon, southern Idaho and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Recently burned ponderosa pine forest. Series: National Park Service Geodiversity Atlas The servicewide Geodiversity Atlas provides information on <a href="https://www.nps.gov/subjects/geology/geoheritage-conservation.htm">geoheritage</a> and <a href="https://www.nps.gov/subjects/geology/geodiversity.htm">geodiversity</a> resources and values all across the National Park System to support science-based management and education. The <a href="https://www.nps.gov/orgs/1088/index.htm">NPS Geologic Resources Division</a> and many parks work with National and International <a href="https://www.nps.gov/subjects/geology/park-geology.htm">geoconservation</a> communities to ensure that NPS abiotic resources are managed using the highest standards and best practices available. park scene mountains Top 10 Know Before You Go Planning a trip to the lake? Check out our top ten tips to make sure you are ready for a safe trip and a fun visit! A group of kids in lifejackets smiling at the camera.

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