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

    Lake Roosevelt

    National Recreation Area Washington

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Directions

Not Sure How to Get Here?

Click on one of these locations to help you find your way.

 
Map of Washington State showing location of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area in Northeast Washington. Image Credit: NPS/HFC
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area in Northeast Washington State.
NPS/Harpers Ferry Center
 

Lake Roosevelt NRA Headquarters
1008 Crest Drive, Coulee Dam, WA 99116
Phone: (509) 754-7800

From Spokane

  • Take I-90 West
  • At Exit 277, merge onto US-2 toward Davenport/Fairchild AFB/Spokane Airport
  • Just past Wilbur, turn right onto WA-21
  • Stay left onto Highway 174
  • Turn right onto WA-155
  • Stay on WA-155 past Grand Coulee Dam and into the town of Coulee Dam
  • Cross the Columbia River and continue on WA-155
  • Turn right onto Crest Drive and follow up the hill.
  • The Headquarters Office is located on the left

From Seattle

  • Take I-90 East
  • At Exit 151, merge onto WA-281 toward WA-283 N/Ephrata/Soap Lake
  • Take WA-283 north ramp toward Ephrata/Soap Lake
  • WA-283 becomes WA-28
  • Turn left onto WA-17 at Soap Lake
  • Turn right onto US-2 at Banks Lake
  • Turn left onto WA-155
  • Stay on WA-155 past Grand Coulee Dam and into the town of Coulee Dam
  • Cross the Columbia River and continue on WA-155
  • Turn right onto Crest Drive and follow up the hill.
  • The Headquarters Office is located on the left

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Fort Spokane Visitor Center
44150 District Office Lane N, Davenport, WA 99122
Phone: (509) 754-7800

From Spokane

  • Take I-90 West
  • At Exit 277, merge onto US-2 toward Davenport/Fairchild AFB/Spokane Airport
  • Turn right onto WA-25
  • Follow WA-25 north approximately 23 miles look for signs for Fort Spokane Visitor Center and Museum

From Seattle

  • Take I-90 East
  • At Exit 151, merge onto WA-281 toward WA-283 N/Ephrata/Soap Lake
  • Take WA-283 north ramp toward Ephrata/Soap Lake
  • WA-283 becomes WA-28
  • Turn left onto WA-17 at Soap Lake
  • Turn right onto US-2 at Banks Lake
  • Approximately 1 mile east of Creston, turn left onto Miles Creston Road E
  • Follow to the end
  • Turn left onto WA-25 and look for signs for Fort Spokane Visitor Center and Museum

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Kettle Falls Information Center
423 West 3rd Avenue, Kettle Falls, WA 99141
Phone: (509) 738-2300

From Spokane

  • Follow US-395 north through Kettle Falls.
  • The Information Center is near the northern edge of town on the left.

From Seattle

Note: There are multiple routes to Kettle Falls from Seattle. This is the quickest option.

  • Take I-90 East to Spokane
  • Take S Division St/US-2 E/US-395 N Exit
  • Follow US-395 north through Kettle Falls.
  • The Information Center is near the northern edge of town on the left.

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Did You Know?

The mock orange grows prolifically at Fort Spokane and has a fragrant blossom similar to the orange blossom.

Fort Spokane (1880 - 1898) was established in part to protect the rights of local Native American tribes from newly arrived settlers who wanted to settle, poach, or illegally mine on the Spokane and Colville Reservations.