Banks Lake, Washington

Banks Lake Reservoir is one of Washington States Best kept Secrets
for water-sport and fishing enthusiasts alike.

Almost 30 Miles Long & around a mile wide....   it is over 12%
Larger than Lake Washington at 24,900 acres in area.

Many well developed Public Access Areas line the East Side of the
Lake along Hwy 155 for Camping & Shore Fishing.

The Boat Ramp at Coulee Playland on the North end of Banks Lake.

SteamBoat Rock State Park, (Mile Post 14) 12 Miles South of
Grand Coulee Dam, along Hwy 155, Provides Camping, RV
Facilities, Hiking, Sandy Swim Beach & Boat Ramps are at the park.

Fishing is open Year-Round. You will find an Abundance of Trout,
Large and Small Mouth Bass,  Yellow Perch, Whitefish,  & Crappie.
Blue Gil, Sun Fish, Catfish and Kokanee create a presence in
Banks Lake as well as many others.

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