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Lake Roosevelt
Lake Roosevelt
Lake Roosevelt

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, Washington

Named for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area spans three radically different physiographic provinces: the Okanogan Highlands, the Kootenay Arc, and the Read more...
Named for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area spans three radically different physiographic provinces: the Okanogan Highlands, the Kootenay Arc, and the Columbia Plateau. Most water in the lake comes from glacial ice and snow high in the Canadian Rockies. The area’s climate varies with location. The south experiences hot, dry summers, while the north sees significantly more rainfall that supports Ponderosa pines and Douglas fir forests. The varying landscape provides potential for all kinds of activities including camping, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing and hunting. There are more than 75 species of mammals, 200 species of birds, 15 species of reptiles and 10 species of amphibians in the area.
Hunters Campground
As the name suggests this campground is most popular for hunters and fishermen. However, it works just...
Enterprise Boat-in Campground
You’ll find Enterprise Campground on the shores where the Oh-Ra-Pak-En and Wilmont Creeks meet the...
Halversen Canyon Boat-in Campground
The Halversen Canyon Campground is located on the banks of the Columbia River. You’ll have views of...
Ponderosa Boat-in Campground
Located on the banks of the Spokane River, you’re just a short boat ride away from the Fort Spokane...
Sterling Point Boat-in Campground
The Sterling Point Campground is located on the banks of the Columbia River. You’ll have views of the...
Goldsmith Boat-in Campground
You’ll find Goldsmith Campground on the banks of Lake Roosevelt where the Sanpoil and Columbia Rivers...
Jones Bay Boat-in Campground
Jones Bay Campground is located on the banks of the Roosevelt Lake and it has its own boat dock....
Penix Boat-in Campground
You can camp in Penix Canyon, which is on Lake Roosevelt, where the Columbia and Sanpoil Rivers meet....
Plum Point Boat-in Campground
Plum Point Campground is located on the banks of Lake Roosevelt, near the Coulee Dam. You’ll be a...
Summer Island Boat-in Campground
Your own private island getaway! Summer Island Campground is located on a tiny island just off the...
Crystal Cove Boat-in Campground
Located on the banks of the Spokane River, Crystal Cove is a short boat ride to the Fort Spokane...
Detillion Boat-in Campground
Located on the Spokane River, you can reach the Fort Spokane Visitor Center and several trails with by...
Hunters Group Site
No red herring here. Have your meat and catch it too at Hunters Group Site, popular among hunters and...
Gifford Campground
Head over to Gifford Campground and make your outdoor dreams of ‘boat heaven’ a reality. Don’t worry...
Gifford Group Site
Knock knock. Who’s there? Gifford Family Reunion! No worries, you don’t have to be a Gifford to host...
Cloverleaf Campground
Pitch your tent at Cloverleaf Campground and it will be your lucky day! This small camp is situated on...
Fort Spokane Group Site
Recreation plus history plus Ponderosa pine equals get here now. Fort Spokane Group Campground sits on...
Porcupine Bay Campground
If you don’t have a boat beware of Porcupine Bay Campground. These grounds are known to give...
Fort Spokane Campground
Rich with history teamed with intoxicating natural beauty, Fort Spokane can be the campground for...
Hawk Creek Campground
Wanna know a secret? Hawk Creek Campground isn’t just awesome for its gorgeous lakeside campsites or...
Jones Bay Campground
Are you jonesing for some lakeside R&R? Take the trip to Jones Bay Campground. Here you will find...
Haag Cove Campground
You and the Columbia River makes two. Sound like a date? Plan your steamy date in the wilderness at...
Locust Grove Group Site
Locust Grove Group Site located 0. 35 miles from the Keller Falls Campground has two group sites...
Kettle Falls Campground
Rough week at the office? Head to Kettle Falls Campground on the northern tip of Lake Roosevelt and...
Spring Canyon Campground
Feel like you might have been a fish in your past life? Revisit those happy times at Spring Canyon...
Spring Canyon Group Site
Hello gorgeous. Let the jaw drop upon arrival at Spring Canyon Group Site. Large enough for six...
Marcus Island Campground
Untie your boats and break out your swimsuits! It’s time to head to Marcus Island Campground and get...
Kamloops Island Campground
Water babies rejoice! Kamloops Island Campground is perched on a wide expanse of the Columbia River....
Evans Group Site
Thank heavens for lakeside Evans Group Site, answer to your group camping prayers. Gather up a crew of...
Evans Campground
Looking for a fantastic view on Lake Roosevelt? Head up to Evans Group Camp located on the north...
Kettle River Campground
Locals know Kettle River as one of Washington’s best kept secrets, and now that you’re in on it,...
North Gorge Campground
If boatings your game, North Gorge Campground is your utopia! Sites are waterfront with views of Lake...
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Kat
Kat: Good piece of land to stay on if you are in need of a place to stay in the area. They provide you with...
Quillisascut Goat Farm
Lora Lea
Lora Lea: Pitch your tent under a wild pear tree or hang your hammock between the Ponderosa pines. Close walk to...
Camp Bitcoin
Andrew
Andrew: Pitch a Tent or stay in a Play House 5 acres campsite between Davis lake and Sacheen Lake...
Camp Bitcoin Tent Site
Andrew
Andrew: Pitch a tent hang by the Fire Have a good time Stargaze And enjoy a hot coffee and breakfast
Steamboat Rock Campground
Steamboat Rock Campground’s got 26 tent spaces, 136 utility sites (full hook-up) and 3 cabins—a little...
Kelly Hill Over Look
Teresa
Teresa: Kelly Hill has a long history as a ranch raising finewool sheep in the heart of the Selkirk Mountains....
Lake Ellen West Campground
This tiny campground sits at the west end of the 75. 5-acre Lake Ellen. With just five wooded...
Lake Ellen East Campground
This small campground sits on the shores of the picturesque and wild Lake Ellen. 11 wooded campsites...
Lake Spokane Campground
Fancy a camping experience that’s just a bit on the crunchy side? Then behold the hidden gem of inland...
Barnaby Buttes Trail #70 Dispersed Campground
Don't let the nerdy name deceive you, Barnaby Buttes Trail's rugged pathways and beautiful vistas are...
Canyon Creek Campground
For some quality you time, Canyon Creek Campground offers private campsites drenched in shade and...
Snow Peak Cabin
A fully-equipped, snug little getaway hidden high up on Kettle Mountain Range, Snow Peak Cabin offers...
Thirteen Mile Trailhead
Thirteen Mile Trailhead is, well, more of a trailhead than a campground. Guess they made that pretty...
Edds Mountain Trail #3 Dispersed Campground
Check out the resplendent wildflowers at Edds Mountain Trail. This 4. 2 mile long path is so full of...
Trout Lake Campground
True to its name, Trout Lake Campground is equipped with a fishing dock and access to a boat launch...
Sherman Overlook Campground
Sherman Overlook Campground is a great escape for those who love nature minus the icky parts. Take a...
Nine Mile Campground
If you’re looking to roll in, set up, and rock out in some of the most beautiful country Eastern...
Ten Mile Campground
Looking for a more remote campground where you can avoid the crowds and really connect with Mother...
Farm & Brewery
Lisa
Lisa: working Christmas tree farm and Brwery with open expanses and views of Mt Spokan
Long Lake Campground
Long Lake Campground boasts a pristine lake full of loons—and we don't mean the crazy people kind. The...