Map For Boating In Washington
There are many places to go boating in Washington
Boating opportunities abound in Washington. There are lakes and rivers for large craft and smaller streams and ponds for smaller vessels. Some allow power boats, others only allow electric motors, each providing a unique experience. Fishing and other watersports are available at most boating lakes throughout the state - depending on time of year and state-defined seasons.
Alder Lake is a 3,100-acre lake in southwest WA.
Baker Lake is a 4,800-acre lake in the northwest corner of the state.
Banks Lake is a 26,900-acre lake in central Washington.
Cle Elum Lake is a 4,800-acre lake in central Washington.
Kachess Lake is a 4,500-acre lake in central Washington.
Keechelus Lake, is a 2,600-acre lake in central Washington.
Lake Bryan is a 10,000-acre lake in the east-central part of the state.
Lake Chelan is a 33,000-acre lake in the north-central part of WA.
Lake Crescent is a 5,100-acre lake in the northwest corner of the state.
Lake Cushman is a 4,000-acre lake in the northwest corner of the state.
Lake Herbert G West is a 6,000-acre lake in the east-central part of WA.
Lake Mayfield, aka Mayfield Lake, is a 2,200-acre lake in the southwest corner of the state.
Lake Merwin is a 4,000-acre lake in the southwest part of WA.
Lake Sacajawea is a 9,000-acre lake in the southeast part of the state.
Lake Sammamish is a 4,900-acre lake in the west-central part of the state.
Lake Tapps is a 2,400-acre lake in the west-central part of the state.
Lake Umatilla is a 48,000-acre lake running 110 miles on the WA/OR border.
Lake Wallula (McNary Pool) is a 11,600-acre lake in southeast WA.
Lake Washington is a 22,000-acre lake in northwest Washington.
Lake Wenatchee is a 2,500-acre lake in the north-central part of WA.
Lake Whatcom is a 4,900-acre lake in northwest Washington.
Moses Lake is a 6,800-acre lake in the central part of the state.
Omak Lake is a 3,250-acre lake in the north-central part WA.
Osoyoos Lake is a 5,800-acre lake along the US/Canada border.
Ozette Lake is a 7,400-acre lake on the northwest coast of Washington, at Ozette.
Palmer Lake is a 2,100-acre lake is located mid-state near the US/Canada border.
Potholes Reservoir is a 27,800-acre lake in central WA.
Riffe Lake, aka Mossyrock Lake or Davisson Lake, is an 11,800-acre lake in southwest Washington.
Rimrock Lake is a 2,800-acre lake in the south-central part of the state.
Rock Lake is a 2,200-acre lake in eastern Washington.
Roosevelt Lake, is a 79,000-acre lake in the northeast part of WA.
Ross Lake is a 12,000-acre lake on the US/Canada border.
Rufus Woods Lake is a 6,400-acre lake, 51 miles long section of the Columbia River in north-central Washington.
Silver Lake is a 2,300-acre lake in the southwest part of the state.
Swift Reservoir is a 4,600-acre lake in the southwest part of the state.
Vancouver Lake is a 2,300-acre lake in the southwest corner of the state.
Yale Lake is a 3,800-acre lake in the southwest part of the state.
Use the map below to locate lakes and rivers nearby major cities including Bellevue, Bellingham, Everett, Seattle, Shoreline, Chelan, Colville, Spokane, Waterville, Wenatchee, Kent, Lakewood, Olympia, Tacoma, Vancouver, Ellensburg, Kennewick, Moses Lake, Yakima and Walla Walla.
Use the navigation and zoom arrows to locate your area of interest in Washington. Once you locate a specific area or city, zoom in closer and make note of bodies of water nearby. The scale on the map allows you to determine the length and width of the waterway and define its potential usability for boating with your particular watercraft. Always check with local water authorities for current lake levels.
Lakes and rivers in Washington
Some of the lakes in Washington include Baker Lake, Lake Crescent, Lake Ozette, Lake Umatilla, Lake Washington, Banks Lake, Franklin D Roosevelt Lake, Lake Chelan, Omak Lake, Osoyoos Lake, Alder Lake, Riffe Lake, Rimrock Lake, Swift Reservoir, Yale Lake, Lake Bryan, Lake Sacajawea, Lake Wallula, Moses Lake and Potholes Reservoir.
Navigable rivers include Noonsack River, Skagit River, Columbia River, Methow River, Cowlitz River, Lewis River, Snake River and Tucannon River.