Lake Roosevelt

Formed from 1933 to 1941, During the Construction of the Grand Coulee Dam,  from the backwaters of the Mighty Columbia River.
Stretching over 152 Miles up the Columbia River Channel, From the Grand Coulee Dam to the Washington / Canadian Border, Lake Roosevelt is the Largest Man Made Body of  Water in the State of Washington.

There are over 2 dozen Boat Ramps on Lake Roosevelt for Water
Sport and Boat Campers alike. Fishermen will find Lake Roosevelt
is Stocked with Kokanee ( Land locked Salmon, ) Walleye, Silvers, Rainbow Trout, Lake Whitefish, White Sturgeon, & even Yellow Perch.

Lake Roosevelt's Full Pool is 1290 feet above sea level.

Spring Canyon & Crescent Bay Charge $5 to put in.

Looking East from the Grand Coulee Dam End of Lake Roosevelt at Dusk.
( Crescent Bay / Old Saw Mill )                            
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There are 5 boat ramps on Lake Roosevelt in the Grand Coulee Dam Area of Lake Roosevelt. 

Crescent Bay- Just West of the Dam,  Eden's Harbor- Just up from
the Saw Mill, Spring Canyon- Up from Eden's Harbor,  North Marina-
on the North East Shore of the Dam and Keller Ferry- 17 Miles up on
the South Side of the Lake. (gas, services)

Did you know that there are 2 Free Ferry
Crossings over Lake Roosevelt !!   One at
Keller Ferry on Hwy 21 and the other at
Gifford Ferry off Hwy 25 to Inchelium.