Virtual Ranger Station

Superintendent Dan Foster
Superintendent Dan Foster


A Message From The Superintendent

Welcome to Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. This year our operation looks a little different. We thank you for your understanding as we work hard to keep you, our staff, and the resources we protect safe. Park operations continue to adapt to changing conditions while maintaining public access, particularly in outdoor spaces. Remember to stay safe for yourself and loved ones while visiting the park.
  • Keep six feet (2 meters) distance between you and other visitors to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
  • Please consider wearing a mask as a courtesy to others. Wearing a mask can help prevent transmission of the virus even if you or those around you do not feel sick.
  • Thoroughly wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after touching door handles, picnic tables, railings, playground equipment, and other objects.
Park Rangers stand near the lake, ready to answer questions.



hidden coves, deep blue water, and winding trails among the pines.


the story of massive ice age floods and ancient American Indian fisheries.
Recover your sense of wonder and adventure at Lake Roosevelt.
Looking for something specific? There are Virtual Passport Stamps and downloadable Park Boundary Maps. Get more information on Volunteers in the Park or read up on the history of Fort Colvile. And while we're happy to have Bark Rangers visit the park, please visit our Pets page to make sure everyone stays safe!

Last updated: April 7, 2021

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Mailing Address:

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
1008 Crest Drive

Coulee Dam, WA 99116



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