• The calm, inviting waters of the Spokane Arm. Photo Credit: NPS\LARO\John Salisbury

    Lake Roosevelt

    National Recreation Area Washington

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Fort Spokane Self-Guided Field Trips

Fort Spokane Grounds - Late Spring

Fort Spokane grounds in the late Spring.

C. Hanson/NPS

Program Overview:
Explore the Fort Spokane grounds on your own. Walk the Sentinel Trail and look over the grounds from the bluff above. Visit the Guardhouse and exhibits during the summer. During the school year, the Guardhouse can be opened upon request dependent on staff availability.

To make a reservation complete the self-guided reservation request form and submit it to the park's edcuation specialist.

Contact our education specialist for more information.

Grade: All
Chaperone Ratio: 1:10
Group Size: Minimum: None, Maximum: 100
Program Times: Varies by season.
Program Length: Allow at least 1.5 hours.






Did You Know?

Ranger Andy guiding a walk at Fort Spokane

Summer ranger programs at Lake Roosevelt are a great way to combine your recreation experience with an understanding of the park's history and environment. Contact the park for program dates and times.