If you’re looking for a little terrestrial time while at Lake Roosevelt, there’s plenty to fill your calendar.
Visit by car or by boat – located just north of Seven Bays Marina
For thousands of years, the area was a gathering place for native tribes fishing the rapids of the Spokane River. In 1880, the U.S. Army established a fort above the confluence of the Spokane and Columbia rivers. In 1898, the military fort was closed. The buildings were then used as an Indian boarding school and tuberculosis hospital. In many ways, the Indian experience at Fort Spokane is a microcosm of the Indian experience across the United States.
Recreational activities you may enjoy here include: wildlife observation, birding, photography, hiking, fishing, camping, hunting, bicycling, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
Grand Coulee’s laser light show, One River, Many Voices, is held nightly at Grand Coulee Dam starting the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend through September 30. It is less than an hour’s drive from either Lake Roosevelt Adventures location.
See the modern marvel up close and personal with this guided adventure.
All tour participants are required to pass through a metal detector prior to beginning the tour. Weapons, purses, bags, backpacks, fanny packs, and packages are not permitted on the tour. Cameras, but not camera cases, are allowed on the tour. On-site storage for personal belongings is not available. Be sure to lock your car.
Please call the Grand Coulee Dam Visitor Center at (509) 633-9265 for the latest information.
Come visit our booth at the following boat shows: