Spring Canyon Campground is located on beautiful Lake Roosevelt. This campground has the convenience of a day-use swimming area with picnic tables and access from the shoreline of Lake Roosevelt. This is a great place to sit back and soak up the summer sun with plenty of space to sit and relax!
Grand Coulee Dam is only three miles from the campground making this a great place to camp. During the summer Grand Coulee Dam has a laser light show nightly from Memorial Day weekend through September 30.
Spring Canyon Campground - Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
- Spring Canyon Campground - Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
President Franklin D Roosevelt authorized the construction of Grand Coulee Dam in 1934 and the dam was completed in 1942. The backup of the Columbia River created a 130-mile long lake that was named Lake Roosevelt after Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1946 congress created part of the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
Make sure to take full advantage of the sun and cooler days of spring and fall before the intense heat of the summertime that often exceeds 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
The campground has individual sites along with two group sites.
Close to the day-use area with a picnic area, boat launch, overnight boat moorage, beach access, and barbecues.
Make sure to go for a nice hike along the Bunchgrass Prairie Nature Trail right at the campground.
Number of Sites: 78 individual campsites
Location in the park: Located near the towns of Grand Coulee and Coulee Dam, as well as the Grand Coulee Dam.
May 01 - September 30 $23
October 01 - April 30 $11.50
Payments accepted: US Currency and checks
Campground Address: Spring Canyon Campground Road, Grand Coulee, WA, 99133
47° 55' 59.0002" N
118° 56' 20.6599" W
Accessible Sites: #20 is an accessible site
Pets Allowed: Yes, Pets must be on a leash at all time.
Are campground Reservations Available? Yes
Phone Number? 877 444-6777
How Far Ahead can you make a reservation? Individual campsites are released on a 6-month rolling basis
First Come, First Served? Yes
Flush Toilets: Yes, Flush toilets are available and water faucets turned on mid-April to September 30, weather permitting
Is wifi Available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? Most major carriers have some cell coverage at Spring Canyon Campground.
Is camp host available on site? Yes
Is firewood available for purchase? Firewood is available in Grand Coulee
Amenities at each campsite:
Fire pit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? No
Potable Water? Yes
RV Camping at Spring Canyon Campground
The RV loop has picnic tables, back in sites, flush toilets
RV Length: RVs and trailers may camp at Spring Canyon. Maximum vehicle length varies from site to site. Vehicles, trailers, or RVs cannot be parked on the grass or anywhere except the designated parking spot for each site.
Dump Station: Yes
Generators: Generators may only be used from 6 am to 10 pm.
Hookups: There are no electricity, water or sewer site hookups
How to get to Campground
Take State Highway 2 west of Spokane for 65 miles to the town of Wilbur, Washington. Turn north on State Highway 174 (follow road signs). Travel 19 miles and turn right at the sign for Spring Canyon Campground.
Campfires are not allowed in upper loop sites 32-78
The maximum number of people in a campsite:
The number of cars per campsite: Individual campsites are limited to no more than two vehicles (for example a truck and a boat trailer or an RV and a car, or two cars)
Checkout time: 12 noon
Quiet Hours: Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
Maximum Stay: Camping is limited to 14 consecutive nights per campground within a 30 day period and not more than 60 total nights per calendar year anywhere within LRNRA.
Spring Canyon Campground Map
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