No Entrance Fee
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area does not charge an entrance fee. There are fees in place for camping and boat launching. Please see information below about these fees.
Boat launch permits are required year-round at all Lake Roosevelt's National Park Service (NPS) boat launches. Visitors can purchase a “weekly pass”, good for seven consecutive days or an annual pass, good through December 31st of the year printed on the pass. Either can be purchased on pay.gov before entering the park. The annual boat launch pass may also purchased in person through one of our six vendors (see below).
Boat Launch - Weekly Pass
Annual Boat Launch Pass
How to Purchase an Annual Boat Launch Pass:
Buy an annual boat launch pass online. Permits purchased online will be mailed to you. Please allow a minimum of seven business days to receive your permit.
Payment types accepted: Debit or credit card, bank account (ACH), Amazon account, or PayPal account
Please have the following information ready: name, address, email address (optional), phone number, trailer license number, purpose of permit (commercial or personal), number of permits, and payment information
Passes are available for purchase at these locations:
416 Midway Ave
Grand Coulee, WA 99133
Coulee Playland Resort
401 Coulee Blvd, Electric City, WA 99123
Country Lane Campground and RV Park
14 NW Portland St
Wilbur, WA 99185
Fort Spokane Store and Restaurant
45371 State Route 25 N
Davenport, WA 99122
Fruitland Service Inc.
Fruitland, WA 99129
Kettle Falls Harvest Foods
260 W 3rd St
Kettle Falls, WA 99141
Payment types accepted may vary by vendor, but most will take credit and debit cards, cash, and/or checks. Please have the following information ready: name, address, phone number, trailer license number, and purpose of permit (commercial or personal).
Help Us Prevent Aquatic Invasive Species
Help us prevent the introduction of aquatic invasive species by completing the mussel-free self-certification form on our Aquatic Invasive Species page before you launch. If your boat has been in waters with confirmed or suspected AIS (such as Lake Mead, Mohave, or Powell) within the last 30 days please call the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife AIS Hotline at 1-888-WDFD-AIS
All campsites accessible by vehicle require a reservation. Boat-in campsites are first-come, first-served. For individual and group site reservations, see our Reservations page. For more information on camping, see our Camping page.
Individual campsite fees change in the off-season. Most sites can accomodate up to 2 vehicles (for example a truck and a boat trailer or an RV and a car or two cars) and 10 people at each campsite.
Group campsite fees are the same year-round and are NOT eligible for half price discounts with passes.
Group Campsite Fees
Group sites must be reserved through recreation.gov. Group sites are located at the following campgrounds:
Last updated: January 9, 2023