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Wake Boarding on Lake Roosevelt
Photo by Kory Kelly
Wake Boarding on Lake Roosevelt

Things To Do

You can find plenty to do in Lincoln County!
From wide open spaces, to lakes, streams, and forests,
there are many opportunities for outdoor recreation!
Birding
 
Osprey
Photo by Doug Plinski      Osprey

Lincoln County has a variety of habitat for birders to explore.

Reardan's Audubon Lake
(Spokane Audobon site)
Reardan Bird Check List (PDF)

Lincoln County is included in the Audubon Society's "Palouse to Pines Loop Birding Trail Map."

Site Guides for Lincoln County
(Spokane Audobon site)

Lincoln County Bird List (PDF)
(Washington Birder)

"Birders" often look for birds in cemeteries, which provide a variety of trees, shrubs, & nesting sites.
List of Lincoln County Cemeteries. or Here

Bird Blind at Reardan's Audobon Lake
Photo: WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
Audobon Lake, Reardan WA

 

 Osprey taking fish from water
Photo by Doug Plinski      Osprey


Wake Boarding

Boating
Ft. Spokane Boat Launch Amenities include accessible boat lunch, multi lane boat ramp, and boat trailer parking lot.
Keller Ferry Marina Currently, services are limited to moorage, fuel, ice, beverages, and snacks. Ultimately, patrons may expect amenities similar to those at Seven Bays.

Lake Roosevelt   Lake level fluctuates. Check lake levels and boat launch elevations to be sure of access.

Docks at Seven Bays, WASeven Bays Marina offers houseboat rentals, boat slip rentals, paved boat launch, fuel, pump-out services, wi-fi, Coyote Grille Restaurant, groceries, cold drinks, ice cream, espresso, baked goods, souvenirs.

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Spring Canyon - Boat launch

Camping

Fort Spokane - Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, WA
44150 DISTRICT OFFICE LANE N.
Davenport WA 99122

Phone Park for More Information: Information: 509-633-3830 x37

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 47.9, -118.33056

Take Hwy 2 west of Spokane for 32 miles, turn North on State Highway 25 at the town of Davenport, travel 24 miles (follow the signs)

 

Porcupine Bay Campground

Details : First come-first serve basis. Thirty-one sites. Some are suitable for tents and some for most RVs. No more than two units (one RV and one car for example) and 10 people per site. Some shade. Free scheduled activities during summer season. No hookups. Free dump station and water for RV tanks. Comfort stations. Water availability is contingent on lake level. This is a very busy and often full campground. Look for alternatives when planning.

Spring Canyon, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, WA
46000 CAMPGROUND DRIVE
Grand Coulee WA 99133

Phone Park for More Information: Information: 509-633-3830 x 37
or (509)-633-9188

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 47.93472, -118.93778

Take Hwy #2 from Spokane WA travel 61 miles to the town of Wilbur, turn North on Hwy #174 (follow the signs) travel 19 miles turn right at the signs.

   
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Fishing
Fishing on Upper Twin Lake
Upper Twin Lake

WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Eastern WA Weekend Fishing Report

WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife - Lincoln Co. Fishing Prospects

  • Coffeepot Lake (317 acres): 12 miles northeast of Odessa.
  • Crab Creek: Fishing can be good for brown and rainbow trout in some portions of this Lincoln County farmland drainage.
  • Deer (Deer Springs) Lake (60 acres): About 12 miles northeast of Odessa.
  • Fishtrap Lake (196 acres): Located six and a half miles east of Sprague, on the Lincoln/Spokane County line, with about 173 acres in Lincoln County.
  • Fourth of July Lake (110 acres): Two miles south of the town of Sprague. This lake straddles the Adams/Lincoln County line.
  • Goose Creek: This waterway runs through the town of Wilbur on its way to join Wilson Creek.
  • Hawk Creek: This Lake Roosevelt tributary flows northwest from Davenport.
  • Roosevelt Lake - Map
    • Hanson Harbor - Boat launch
    • Hawk Creek - Boat launch
    • Jones Bay - Boat launch
    • Keller Ferry Marina - boat slip rental & fuel available
    • Lincoln - Boat launch
    • Seven Bays Marina - boat slip rental & fuel available
    • Spring Canyon - boat launch

  • Sprague Lake (1,840 acres): This large lake is approximately two miles west of the town of Sprague,
  • Spokane River Arm of Lake Roosevelt
    • Ft. Spokane - boat ramp
    • Porcupine Bay - boat launch
  • Twin Lakes, Upper (39.2 acres) and Lower (44.9 acres): Located in the Lake Creek drainage about 20 miles southeast of Davenport.

Fishermen in boat on Upper Twin Lake
Upper Twin Lake

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Goose hunters
Hunting

WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Hunting Access

 

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Lincoln County Visitors & Convention Bureau
303 6th St. Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 1304 Davenport WA 99122 - 1-877-417-9362    Email
Lincoln County Economic Development Council

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