North Central Washington Lakes A-Z
North Central Washington Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Banks Lake||Banks Lake is a 27 mile equalizing reservoir and part of the Columbia Basin Project, a major water resource project to provide irrigation water to fertile ...|
|Billy Clapp Lake||Located in north central Washington, two miles northeast of Stratford, Billy Clapp Lake offers visitors year round access to its deep blue waters. Billy ...|
|Cle Elum Lake||
Also known as: Lake Cle Elum
Providing much needed water to the dry, fertile soil of north-central Washington, Cle Elum Lake is the largest of four irrigation storage reservoirs in ...
Also known as: Sprite Lake, Leprechaun Lake, Lake Viviane, Isolation Lake, Talisman Lake, Brisengamen Lakelets, Lake Brynhild, Lake Freya, Lake Rune. Crystal Lake, Shield Lake, Mesa Lake, Earle Lakes
The Enchantment Lakes are very different from the type of lake most people envision when thinking of lakefront vacations. There are no boats, no swimming ...
|Kachess Lake||"Kachess" means "more fish," a name that aptly describes Lake Kachess in North Central region of Washington. The lake is full of fish, and anglers can ...|
Also known as: Lake Keechelus, Keechelus Reservoir
It is a picture postcard - snow capped mountains mirrored back in clean, clear, mountain water. Set against the backdrop of Washington's Cascade Mountains, ...
|Lake Chelan||From the Salish Indian word for "deep notch", Lake Chelan is the third deepest lake in the United States with a maximum depth of almost 1500 feet. Lake ...|
Also known as: Rocky Reach Reservoir
No trip to the north central part of Washington would be complete without a visit to Lake Entiat and the Rocky Reach Dam. Lake Entiat is a 9,100 acre ...
Also known as: Osoyoos Lake
Lake Osoyoos spans more than 5,700 acres and straddles the border of British Columbia, Canada and Washington state in the United States. The Okanagan ...
|Lake Wenatchee||Lake Wenatchee is a high mountain lake located in the Wenatchee National Forest in the Cascade Mountains of Washington state. Fed by the Little Wenatchee ...|
|Moses Lake||Located where Washington State's Pacific coast transforms into the arid desert of the eastern half, Moses Lake has over 6,800 acres of surface area encircled ...|
|Potholes Reservoir||Potholes Reservoir was formed by the building of the O'Sullivan Dam which is one of the largest earthfill dams in the United States. The name "pothole" ...|
Also known as: Quincy Lakes Wildlife Area, Quincy Lake, Evergreen Reservoir, Burke Lake, Stan Coffin Lake, Ancient Lakes
A surreal landscape greets visitors to north-central Washington's Quincy Lakes Wildlife Area. Pothole lakes filled by water seeping through porous lava ...
Also known as: Ross Reservoir
Spectacular Ross Lake is one of the seldom seen gems in north-central Washington. This fantastic 22-mile long reservoir covers 11,680 acres along the ...
Also known as: Blue Lake, Deep Lake, Soap Lake, Dry Falls Lake, Lenore Lake, Park Lake, Meyers Lake, Mirror Lake, Perch Lake, Alkali Lake, Green Lake, Castle Lake
All kinds of recreation await visitors to Sun Lakes in Washington's North Central region. These mostly natural lakes all share a common origin, having ...