Permits & Reservations

 

Special Use Permits

Fees vary. Please contact the park for fee information.

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area Headquarters
1008 Crest Drive
Coulee Dam,WA 99116
509-754-7807
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  • First Amendment Activities
  • Scientific Research and Collecting Permit Applications are submitted online through the NPS Research Permit and Reporting System at https://irma.nps.gov/rprs/Home.
  • Archaeological Resource Protection Act (Permit)
  • SF-299 Applications for Transportation and Utility Systems (633 KB)
  • 10-930s Special Use Permit, Short Form (PDF 640KB)
  • 10-930 Special Use Permit, Long Form (PDF 658 KB)
  • 10-931 Special Use Permit for Still Photography, Short Form (PDF 650 KB)
  • 10-932 Special Use Permit for Still Photography, Long Form (PDF 690 KB)
  • Wedding Guidelines (51 KB)
    You will also need to fill out the 10-930 Special Use Permit form listed above.
 


Camping Fees

All campsites accessible by vehicle require a reservation. Boat-in campsites are first-come, first-served. For more information on camping, see our Camping page. If you're ready to make a reservation, go to Recreation.gov.

Individual Campsites

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.

  • Campsite are only available with a valid reservation through Recreation.gov.

Group Campsites

Group campsite fees are the same year-round and are NOT eligible for half price discounts with passes.

Group Campsite Fees

  • 1 to 25 people =$55.00

  • 26 to 50 people =$80.00

  • 51 to 75 people =$105.00

Group sites must be reserved through Recreation.gov. Group sites are located at the following campgrounds:

Last updated: February 2, 2023

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Mailing Address:

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
1008 Crest Drive

Coulee Dam , WA 99116

Phone:

509-754-7800
Please leave a detailed message if no one answers your call. Our rangers are often out talking to visitors.

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