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Lake Roosevelt

Basics
Size:
82,000 acres
Max. Depth:
400 ft.
Elevation:
1290 ft. feet

Description

In 1941, the creation of the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River led to another creation: that of Lake Roosevelt and its miles of shoreline and more miles of open water. Lake Roosevelt is a long, narrow lake, stretching 150 miles toward Canada, but rarely wider than a mile. In a sense, navigating between its shores resembles navigating a vast, leisurely river.

Tour Companies

  • Western & Central U.S. Lakes
  • Boating
  • 801-830-8864

Invert Sports New competition MasterCraft wakeboard & ski boat rentals & charter. Jet ski, PWC & wave runner rental. Hyperlite water sports rentals. Lessons to wakeboard, water ski, wake skate, wake surf, knee board, air chair, tube & more. Servicing all lakes & reservoirs in Utah, Arizona, New Mexico Nevada, Colorado, Wyoming, California, Washington, South Dakota, Nebraska & Idaho.

  • Nationwide Lakes
  • Boating, Houseboating
  • 888-454-8825

Houseboat Vacations If you've never taken a houseboat vacation before, you don't know what you're missing. Houseboating is a fun and easy way to explore the unique waters of North America. We pride ourselves on our commitment to working with our customers to help make their trip the best it can be.

Fishing

Fish:
Black Bass
Largemouth Bass
Smallmouth Bass
Crappie
Sunfish
Walleye
Kokanee Salmon
Rainbow Trout
Fishing Methods:
Live Bait,Spinners,Jigging,Plastic Worms

Details

Size:
82,000 acres
Max. Depth:
400 ft.
Elevation:
1290 ft.
Water Access:
22 Public Boat Launches

Amenities

Water Features
  • Boat Ramp
  • Modern Restrooms
  • Swimming Beach
  • Stocked Fish
  • Picnic Areas
  • Campground
Water Activities
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Water Skiing
Water Services
  • Bait Shop
  • Boat Rentals
  • Convenience Store
  • Fuel Available
  • Motorboat Rentals
  • Personal Watercraft Rentals
  • Restaurant

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From Seattle: Lake Roosevelt Marina is about 363 miles away from Seattle. To get there, take I-90 East from Seattle for about 279 miles. Take exit #281/Newport onto US-2 East. Take this for 6 miles, then turn onto US-365 North for 64 miles. You'll reach a traffic circle. Take the second exit back onto US-395, which you'll take for 10 miles. Turn left on WA-25, take a right onto William's Street, and you'll find the marina at 4105 W Williams Street, Kettle Falls.

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