June 23, 2020Kettle Falls, Fort Spokane, and Spring Canyon campgrounds will reopen by reservation only on July 1, 2020. Reservations can be made beginning on June 23, 2020. All other campgrounds at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area will remain closed until further notice.
Boat-in campgrounds will also reopen on July 1, 2020. There is no reservation required for these sites.
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area is a magnet for visitors from outside the five counties that border the Lake. According to a visitor survey conducted in 2016 (https://www.nps.gov/laro/getinvolved/planning.htm), 94% of our visitors come from throughout Washington State. With an average annual visitation of 1.3 million people a year, approximately 1 million of those visitors come between April and September each year. Of those visitors, 500,000 people come from three Washington State counties: Spokane, King, and Snohomish. Opening camping encourages people from high COVID19 areas to travel to low COVID19 areas despite current Washington State guidance. We are supporting Washington State's phased opening to help protect the small communities surrounding Lake Roosevelt.
The CDC and Washington State Parks and Recreation offers guidance to help people recreating in parks and open spaces prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Please help us protect the park and surrounding communities during this time by following local health orders and the Washington State Safe Start plan, practice Leave No Trace principles and avoid crowding and high-risk outdoor activities.
Guidelines for Responsible Recreation in The Outdoors
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Spend a night under the stars in one of Lake Roosevelt's campgrounds. From primitive boat-in campsites to group sites that fit 75 people, Lake Roosevelt has the perfect option for your next getaway.
Know Before You Go
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, campsites are only available with a valid reservation through recreation.gov.
Some of our campground have site that may be reserved. Book ahead and rest easy.
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Last updated: June 24, 2020