This page is your portal to significant recent and past park planning documents. If you have an questions or comments, please contact us.
In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act, the National Park Service examined the impacts and suitability of private vacation cabins along the shoreline of Lake Roosevelt at Rickey Point and Sherman Creek and has issued a 2011 Vacation Cabin Environmental Assessment (corrections to pg. 42) and a Finding of No Significant Impact.
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Please visit our Fire Management page for more specific information on Lake Roosevelt fire management and fuel reduction projects.
The purpose of the Lake Roosevelt NRA LMPEA is to manage grazing activities that were specifically authorized by federal law in 2001 in a manner that is consistent with the National Park Service mission and policies, and the park purposes. This plan is only relevant to land within Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area.
The purpose of this Concession Management Plan is to define an appropriate level of concession facilities necessary to provide for visitor use and enjoyment of Lake Roosevelt and the adjacent federally owned lands.
Visitor Use Development Concept Plans
Management at Lake Roosevelt is proposing the solutions listed in this plan to help deal with low reservoir levels during the high recreation summer season.
Did You Know?
Lake Roosevelt's sturgeon are 8 to 20 feet long. They are also at least 70 years old. In 1941, Grand Coulee Dam flooded the fast-moving waters they need to spawn. To help out the population, the state of Washington introduced new fish to the lake in 2006.