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Grand Coulee Dam
in Eastern Washington on the Columbia River....
West of Spokane WA, 210 miles
of Seattle, and 80 miles South of the Canadian Border.
Welcome to the Grand Coulee Dam Area!
Bring the family!
Try your luck at fishing the many lakes and rivers. (open all year round) Take a nature walk, or hike on one of over a dozen scenic and historic trails.
You'll find The Grand Coulee Dam Area has plenty to offer!
18 Hole Golf, Casino, Abundant
Wildlife & Bird Viewing, Nature Walks, Hiking, Camping, Photography, Hunting & Fishing & lots more !!
Spend the Day and Experience the Wonder of the Coulee!
Come to the Coulee & see what you've been missing !
Fish any or all of our 'Open Year-Round' lakes... to take home a few 'Nice Ones' this weekend !! or just taking a drive or hike to do some Bird Watching and viewing of other local wildlife.
We are only a couple hundred miles from Seattle which is
only a little over 3 hour drive from the West Side !!
Now is a great time to visit the Grand Coulee Dam Area !!
Water ??? We've Got Water !!
Lake Roosevelt is actually the Columbia River
backed up behind Grand Coulee Dam.
The typical operation of the lake,
even in drought years, has the water
up to a useable level for the summer.
So, when you hear of other lakes drying up because of the
drought, come to Lake Roosevelt !! "We've Got Water."
Click for Daily Lake Roosevelt Level Banks Lake's Water Level does not fluctuate more
Activities at Grand Coulee Dam Include:
l All NEW Laser Light Show! - Starts Nightly for the Summer on Saturday, May 31st 2020 !!
l Visitors Center - Currently Closed
New Exhibits & More makes this a MUST SEE !!
l Grand Coulee Dam FREE Tour -
Currently Closed - Call the Visitors Center at 509.633.9265 for more info.
l Interpretive Station Walking Tour on the Bridge OPEN
l Colville Tribal Museum is Currently Closed. More Info: (509) 633-0751
These are a few of the many things you can do while exploring one of
Eastern Washington's best kept secret getaways.