Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area offers a wide variety of camping and recreational opportunities that make the park your ideal home away from home. Named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt, this area is a premier destination for all things fun and lovely. Boat camps, group camps, tent camps, and RV camps are available in the park, meaning there are more than enough opportunities to relax and refresh.
Whether you want to hike on the four self-guided trails and learn about the history, geology, and features of the park, or watch a variety of resident and migratory birds, you can rest assured that you’re covered at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. Excellent fishing opportunities are also available on Lake Roosevelt, in addition to boating and kayaking adventures. The park is also open to hunting and swimming.
Lake Roosevelt NRA features 14 campgrounds that accommodate RVs and tents. There are many facilities in the park, including boat launches, courtesy docks, amphitheaters, fish cleaning station, and Visitor Center. Picnic tables, fire pits, restrooms, and potable water are available in the campsites.
Lake Roosevelt NRA was established in 1947 as the Coulee Dam Recreational Area and renamed in 1997.