A Message From The Superintendent
Welcome to Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. As we move closer to our summer season, we want to thank you for your understanding as we work hard to keep you, our staff, and the resources we protect safe. Masks are now optional, but please consider wearing one as a courtesy to others when indoors.
The National Park Service continues to closely monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage you to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Washington State and local officials to recreate responsibly at Lake Roosevelt.
Remember to stay safe for yourself and loved ones while visiting the park!
Things To Do
Looking for something specific? We have Air Quality, Smoke, and Fire information. There are Virtual Passport Stamps and Park Boundary Maps. Get more information on the Junior Ranger Program and Volunteers in the Park or read up on the history of Fort Colvile.
For information on ADA compliance in the park, check out our Accessibility page. There's also a full transcript and downloadable audio description of the park brochure, and a Braille file of the brochure as well.
Learn About The Park
Can't find what you're looking for? Try the NPS App. It's a great way to keep park info on your phone or tablet. More random questions? Lost & Found items? Check the FAQ. Did you know that we have a sister park in South Africa? Check out Spioenkop Nature Reserve. And while we're happy to have Bark Rangers in the park, please visit our Pets page to make sure everyone stays safe!
Last updated: July 27, 2022