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Lake Roosevelt and More!

Camping & Boating


Coffeepot Lake Impressive basalt cliffs frame this eastern Washington lake. More than 900 acres bordering the lake are managed for wildlife habitat, as well as for recreational opportunities including boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, camping, and picnicking.

Fort Spokane Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, WA
Davenport WA 99122

Camping Information: Lori Carstensen at 509-754-7800.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 47.9, -118.33056

Take Hwy 2 west of Spokane for 32 miles, turn North on State Highway 25 at the town of Davenport, travel 24 miles (follow the signs)

Hawk Creek
Hawk Creek Campground is a small secluded campground located past Seven Bays Resort on Miles-Creston Road. In Davenport go north on HWY 25 from HWY 2. Follow Highway 25 to Miles-Creston Road. Turnj left and go approximately 8 miles to the turn off to the campground.

Camping Information: Lori Carstensen at 509-754-7800.

Keller Ferry Campground    
Keller Ferry Campground is arguably the nicest location for a camping vacation in the Northwest. Located right on the sandy beaches of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, this campground offers great water sports, the best in fresh water fishing, stunning views, and nearly perfect summer weather. It’s a very short walk to brand new docks,and the Marina Store where you can rent fishing or ski boats, also pontoon boats.The Campground features a comfort station, areas for picnicking, tent camping, trailer sites (but not hookups) and group sites. Group sites are available only by reservation. There is waste disposal for trailers and boats. Selected campsites at Keller Ferry may be reserved and some are available on a basis of first come – first served. The best spots fill up fast, so it’s a good idea to make reservations early. The phone number is 509-647-5755 and online reservations are here.

Porcupine Bay Campground

Details : First come-first serve basis. Thirty-one sites. Some are suitable for tents and some for most RVs. No more than two units (one RV and one car for example) and 10 people per site. Some shade. Free scheduled activities during summer season. No hookups. Free dump station and water for RV tanks. Comfort stations. Water availability is contingent on lake level. This is a very busy and often full campground. Look for alternatives when planning.

Camping Information: Lori Carstensen at 509-754-7800.

Spring Canyon, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, WA
Grand Coulee WA 99133

Camping Information: Lori Carstensen at 509-754-7800.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 47.93472, -118.93778

Take Hwy #2 from Spokane WA travel 61 miles to the town of Wilbur, turn North on Hwy #174 (follow the signs) travel 19 miles turn right at the signs

Twin Lakes  Camp or picnic between upper and lower Twin Lakes where shade trees offer a tranquil setting. Non-motorized trails wind through shrub-steppe uplands, past numerous wetlands, and through the upper Lake Creek Canyon. This area is a unique part of the Channeled Scablands with more than 14,000 acres of BLM public land. It is managed for its recreational opportunities, wildlife habitat, and seasonal livestock grazing.

National Park Service Programs
Combine family camping with fun learning. Check out the Ranger Programs at Lake Roosevelt campgrounds & park areas.



Boating at Lake Roosevelt

Ft. Spokane Boat Launch Amenities include accessible boat lunch, multi lane boat ramp, and boat trailer parking lot.

Keller Ferry Marina Currently, services are limited to moorage, fuel, ice, beverages, and snacks. Ultimately, patrons may expect amenities similar to those at Seven Bays.

Lake Roosevelt   Lake level fluctuates. Check lake levels and boat launch elevations to be sure of access Minimum water levels for boat launches.

Columbia River Water Levels

Seven Bays Marina offers houseboat rentals, boatslip rentals, paved boatlaunch, fuel, pump-out services, wi-fi, Coyote Grille Restaurant, groceries, cold drinks, ice cream, espresso, baked goods, souvenirs.

Sprague Lake

Spring CanyonBoat launch

As of 2014 all boaters 60 and younger must have a valid WA state boater education card to operate a motorboat greater than 15 horsepower on Washington waters.
For more info on how to obtain a card click here.

Launch Permits
A launch permit is required for the launching of any vessel at all designated National Park Service-managed launch ramps on Lake Roosevelt, regardless of the type of vessel.  Boaters may pay a fee of $6, which allows unlimited launches for up to 7 days from the date of purchase (available at each boat launch), or purchase a seasonal permit, which allows unlimited launches from January 1 to December 31, 2014.MORE

Want to Know More?

Contact Us at 509-368-7085 or email

Lincoln County EDC, PO Box 1304, Davenport, WA 99122