Spokane’s 76 regional lakes boast some of the nation’s best boating, camping, fishing and resorts. Visitors can spread out lakeside at the picturesque Hill's Resort or enjoy a hike at Farragut State Park on Lake Pend Oreille. Book a house boat for a weekend on Lake Roosevelt or set up a tent under the stars at Long Lake/Lake Spokane. Looking to take a dip? Check out our Swimming Beaches page for a one-stop map and guide to the best swimming spots in the Spokane region.
Over 100 miles of shoreline on Lake Coeur d’Alene are beckoning you to get in the water. Almost 20 boat launches around the lake offer easy access for personal watercraft, and if you don’t
Long Lake (also known as Lake Spokane) is a man-made lake created as a result of the construction of the Long Lake Dam. Long Lake is accessible through Riverside State Park and the adjoining Little
Created as a result of the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam, Lake Roosevelt spans a 130-mile stretch of the Columbia Basin. The lake and its surrounding wilderness provide opportunities for
Lake Pend Oreille is Idaho’s largest lake at just over 43 miles long and 1,158 feet deep. Every outdoor and water-based activity you can think of is available at Lake Pend Oreille, and its proximity