Lake Sacajawea


Lake Sacajawea, located in southeastern Washington along the lower Snake River (near the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers), offers water fun and relaxation. The landscape is characteristic of wide-open vistas with few trees, while the climate is arid. Popular activities include boating, camping, swimming, water-skiing, hunting and fishing. Recreation facilities range from full service campgrounds and picnic areas to undeveloped remote beaches. Migrating salmon and steelhead can be viewed at the Ice Harbor Dam Visitor Center located 3 miles down river from the park.


5.5 miles east of Burbank, WA, on Highway 124, 2.5 miles north on Monument Drive.


(509) 547-7781



1215 E. Ainsworth Burbank, WA 99323-8662


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