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Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area Park

Rank: 55 11 Activites Email: laro_web_master@nps.gov Distance: 4.23 miles

In 1941 the Grand Coulee Dam was built on the Columbia River as part of the Columbia River Basin project, creating a 130-mile long lake. Named for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area provides opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming, camping, canoeing, hunting and visiting historic Fort Spokane and St. Paul's Mission.

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Grand Coulee Dam National Park

3 Activites Phone: (509)-633-9265 Email: pninfo@usbr.gov Distance: 4.46 miles

Grand Coulee Dam, part of the Columbia Basin Project, located on the Columbia River in Washington State, is one of the largest concrete structures in the world. The dam is also the largest hydropower producer in the United States with a total generating capacity of 6,809 megawatts. The visitor center is open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except for Thanksgiving, December 25, and January 1. From Memo...

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Banks Lake National Park

12 Activites Phone: 18004525687 Distance: 17.67 miles

Banks Lake, part of the Columbia Basin Project, was created by building two rock-faced, earthfill dams at the north and south ends of the Ice-Age channel of the Columbia River, now known as Grand Coulee. The reservoir is 27 miles long with 27,000 water surface acres. Fishing opportunities for smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, yellow perch, rainbow trout, walleye, kokanee, black crappie, bullhead...

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Rufus Woods Lake National Park

10 Activites Phone: (509)-686-5501 Distance: 27.02 miles

With a total of 27 generating units, Chief Joseph Dam is the second-largest hydropower producer in the United States -- second only to Grand Coulee Dam. The power plant produces enough power to supply the electrical needs of over 1.5 million people.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake National Park

11 Activites Phone: (509)-633-9441 Distance: 34.58 miles

Formed by Grand Coulee Dam and part of the Columbia Basin Project, this lake contains over 60,000 water-surface acres and 500 miles of shoreline. Available species include walleye, rainbow trout, kokanee, yellow perch, lake whitefish, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, black crappie, and white sturgeon.

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Billy Clapp Lake National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-765-6641 Email: PNinfo@usbr.gov Distance: 39.71 miles

Billy Clapp Lake is formed by Pinto Dam which is part of the Columbia Basin Project. Lands around the 1,010 acre lake are included in a wildlife reserve program. Access is limited. Summer Falls State Park, on the north end of the lake, is open for day use. The Department of Wildlife provides public access and the only boat ramp at the south end. Angling opportunities include yellow perch, crap...

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Conconully Lake/Conconully Reservoir National Park

9 Activites Phone: (360)-902-8844 Email: infocent@parks.wa.gov Distance: 49.53 miles

Conconully Dam and Reservoir, features of the Okanogan Project, are on Salmon Creek. The dam was originally completed in 1910. Both the lake and reservoir are located in an area of steep-sided hills that have open forests of coniferous and deciduous trees. The reservoir area is especially popular with picnickers. Both water bodies total 760 water surface acres. Anglers will find rainbow trout,...

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Sherman Pass Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (509)-779-0115 Distance: 51.82 miles

The Sherman Pass Scenic Byway exemplifies an exceptional corner of the country--a point where the Columbia River Plateau meets the Northern Rocky Mountains and where the Inland Empire matches up against the British Columbia Interior. The sites and stories found along the route showcase the history of the west, but with a distinct Canadian flavor. Here, the culture of the Plains Indians intersects ...

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Douglas Creek National Park

5 Activites Phone: (509)-536-1200 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 53.38 miles

In the dry sage-steppe uplands of Eastern Washington, Douglas Creek forms a unique riparian oasis. In the basalt canyon, songbirds and raptorsperch in cottonwoods, and the road paralleling the creek passes beaver ponds and cascading pools.

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Spectacle Lake National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-754-4624 Email: TeamEphrata@dfw.wa.gov Distance: 60.29 miles

Spectacle Lake is a 396 acre storage reservoir in the Whitestone Coulee Unit of the Okanogan-Similkameen Division of the Chief Joseph Dam Project and located near Tonasket, Washington. This is a Reclamation irrigation project associated with Chief Joseph Dam but not a part of the dam. Fish species include rainbow trout. The lake is managed as a trout fishery and possession of other species is pr...

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Colville National Forest Park

6 Activites Email: pshields@fs.fed.us Distance: 63.99 miles

The ColvilleĀ National Forest offers 1.1 million acres of forest for your enjoyment, relaxation, and exploration. You can experience the solitude of hiking in the wilderness on hundreds of miles of trails, enjoy camping near others in developed campgrounds, or the solitude of camping in the back country or wilderness. The forest is also a prime location for plenty of great fishing, hunting, horseba...

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Little Vulcan Mountain National Park

3 Activites Phone: (509)-536-1200 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 65.34 miles

This area consists of 600 acres of public land. The combination of elevation, aspect, and rock outcroppings within this vegetative community provides the unique qualities that create bighorn sheep habitat. This habitat is critical for the continued existence of the local herd. The BLM lands contain the best winter range and escape cover, as well as half of the lambing area. Other wildlife at the s...

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Split Rock National Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-536-1200 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 65.67 miles

Split Rock Recreation Site is located on the southern shore of Palmer Lake and is a day use site only. Scenic views of the lake and surrounding mountains can be seen from the sandy beach. This site is home for a variety of birds and waterfowl, and mountain goats can be seen on Grandview Mountain, northwest of the lake.

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Potholes Reservoir National Park

8 Activites Phone: (509)-765-6641 Distance: 69.75 miles

The Potholes Reservoir is part of the Columbia Basin Project and formed by O'Sullivan Dam. Potholes refers to the many glacial depressions in ancient sand dunes here. These potholes and small islands make this area one of the best in Washington for birding. The best birding is from March through October: Sandhill cranes and waterfowl in late February, raptors in April, Sage Thrasher, Lark Spar...

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Chopaka Lake National Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-665-2100 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 69.78 miles

In the dry sage-steppe uplands of Eastern Washington, Douglas Creek forms a unique riparian oasis. In the basalt canyon, songbirds and raptorsperch in cottonwoods, and the road paralleling the creek passes beaver ponds and cascading pools.

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Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-684-8384 Email: Barbara_Rasch@fws.gov Distance: 70.01 miles

Located on the west slope of the Selkirk Mountain Range in northeastern Washington, Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge is the only mountainous, mixed-conifer forest refuge outside of Alaska. The refuge's 40,198 acres protect a wide range of forest types from low elevation ponderosa pine to high elevation subalpine fir. These forests provide important habitats for hundreds of species ...

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Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 70.15 miles

The Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness now contains a total of 151,435 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for soli...

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Fishtrap Lake National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-536-1200 Email: BLM_OR_SP_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 71.47 miles

There are over 3,000 acres of wetlands, 2 major lakes (Fishtrap Lake and Hog Canyon Lake) and a number of meadows, cliffs, croplands and aquatic habitat. In this area, 3 major habitat types blendtogether to provide visitors with an interesting array of activities to pursue.

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Quincy Wildlife Rec. Area National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-765-6641 Distance: 72.36 miles

These impoundments include Evergreen Reservoir and Burke, Quincy, Babcock Ridge, and Stand Coffin Lakes. Fish species include yellow perch, crappie, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, and rainbow trout. Burke and Quincy lakes are seasonal trout waters open Mar. 1 through Jul. 31. Restrooms available in some areas.

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Desert Wildlife Rec. Area National Park

6 Activites Phone: (509)-754-4624 Distance: 73.75 miles

This area includes Winchester Reservoir, Winchester Wasteway, Frenchman Hills Wasteway, and numerous small ponds and marshes. Fishing is year-round for yellow perch, crappie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and rainbow trout. Access is limited in some areas. Boat motors are prohibited seasonally on Winchester Wasteway. Some sites have restrooms and boat ramps.

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Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Park

17 Activites Email: doconnor@fs.fed.us Distance: 77.86 miles

The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest offers four million acres of forest for your enjoyment, relaxation, and exploration. You can experience the solitude of hiking in the wilderness on hundreds of miles of trails, enjoy camping near others in developed campgrounds, or the solitude of camping in the back country or wilderness. The forest is also a prime location for plenty of great fishing, hunti...

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North Cascades Scenic Highway National Park

Phone: (509)-996-4003 Distance: 78.02 miles

The eastern edge of the North Cascades Highway begins in the remote high desert of the Methow Valley and rises gently as it approaches Washington Pass and the snow-capped peaks of the North Cascade Mountains.

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Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-235-4723 Email: Nancy_Curry@fws.gov Distance: 79.61 miles

Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is located in northeastern Washington on the eastern edge of the Columbia River Basin in Spokane County. The refuge sits in the unique geological area known as the Channeled Scablands. Turnbull's 17,908 acres reflect a diverse landscape carved by massive Ice Age floods that scoured potholes, sloughs, and deep canyons out of the underlying basalt more than 15,000 y...

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Wild Sky Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 80.58 miles

The Wild Sky Wilderness now contains a total of 106,577 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 2008 the Wild Sky Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of "...i...

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Chinook Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (360)-825-7666 Distance: 80.58 miles

Travel the glacier-fed White River from Enumclaw, over Chinook Pass, to the fertile valley of Naches. Spectacular views of Mount Rainier, dense forests, towering peaks, rocky ridges, and river canyons dominate this journey. Pass by the unique basalt flows of the Columbia Plateau, lush sub-alpine meadows, and waterfalls.

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