Campground Campfire Ban Lifted
Effective immediately, campfires are allowed in established fire rings in campgrounds and day-use areas throughout Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. Lakebed fires and other forms of open flame, like tiki torches, are still prohibited. More »
Open All Year
Lake Roosevelt's 27 car and boat-in only campgrounds are open all year long. Check out our charts below to see what facilities are available at each location. Each individual site has a fire ring, picnic table, and a paved parking space that is either a pull-through or a back-in pad. Most of our car campgrounds also have flush toilets and running water. These facilities, however, are only open during the summer season.
If you are planning on camping during the winter, please make sure to bring your own water. Our vault toilets are available year round. While our campgrounds have sites that will fit most large RV's, there are no hook-ups in any of the campgrounds.
Seven of our campground also have group campsites that can hold 25 or more people. Group sites are only available through Reserve.gov.
Campground, Boat Launch, and Facilities Charts
Click on one of the links below for more information on Lake Roosevelt NRA facilities.
Please note: Water and flush facilities are turned off during the winter and periods of extreme low water. Please check with the park to be sure water is available.
Fees and Reservations:
Individual Campsites (non-reservable: available on a first come, first served basis)
May 1 - September 30
October 1 - April 30
Check out our Fees and Reservations Page for more information on our Reservable individual and group camp sites.
Group Campsites - groupsite information and reservation contacts.
General Park Rules and Regulations
Please remember, it is your responsibility to know the rules and regulations at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. We've listed some of the most common ones below. These links will give you a complete listing of park specific rules.
Please see our Laws & Policies page for more information.
Check-Out Time: Noon
Quiet Hours: From 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Generators may only be used from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Nighttime Closures: Campgrounds are closed to the public from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. unless they are a registered camper.
All first come, first serve sites MUST be occupied each night. You may not pay for these sites and leave your belongings in them without nightly occupancy.
Property left unattended for 24 hours will be considered abandoned.
No more than two vehicles (for example a truck and a boat trailer or an RV and a car, or two cars) and no more than ten people at each campsite.
The wheels of all vehicles and trailers must be within the designated parking space and not on the roadway or vegetation.
Do not attach wires, ropes, or nails to trees or shrubs.
Digging, leveling, or other alterations of the ground is not permitted.
Did You Know?
Mules were the utility muscle for life in the late 1800s. When the Fort was active in the 1880s-1890s, over 60 mules made the historic stables their home. They had names like Kiep, Sally, or Ol' No. 7.