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Coulee City Park and Campground

Campground Description:  Coulee City Campground is owned by the city of Coulee, Washington.  Coulee City Campground is situated on the shores of Banks Lake, one of the hottest fishing areas in Eastern Washington.  Coulee City Campground is located 3 blocks from downtown Coulee City.  The park offers several amenities on Banks Lake including public boat launches and docks, a deep water boat basin, a marked swimming area, a playground, picnic tables, and an RV dump station.  Most of the tent camping and many of the RV camping sites are shaded.  Flush toilets and hot showers are available April through October in a modern restroom facility.  All camping is first come, first served.  Reservations are not possible.  Restaurants and limited shopping is available in Coulee City.  Open year round.

Number of Sites: 55 full hookups with 19 Pull-thru sites.  More than 50 tent sites

Electricity: Yes at 55 sites

Water: Yes at all full hookup sites and at central locations throughout the tent camping area

Sewer:  Yes at 55 full hookup RV camping sites 

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  In Coolie City on Highway 155

Fishing:  Banks Lake offers some of the best lake fishing in the State of Washington.  Fish for Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Lake Whitefish. Panfish, Rainbow Trout, and Kokanee.  Detailed fishing information can be found at the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife's website by clicking here

Astronomy Opportunities:  Astronomy camping is good.  Finding an open area without trees is somewhat challenging.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.61713N, 119.29155W

Nearby Golfing:  Banks Lake Golf Course - 19849 Ludolph RD., P.O. Box 58, Electric City WA. 99123 telephone 509-633-1400

Contact Information: 

Coulee City Chamber of Commerce
City Hall
Coulee City Website

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The sign on Highway 155 showing the entrance to Coulee City Campground and Park

The restroom facilities at Coulee City Campground and Park are open April to October and offer flush toilets and hot showers

Many, but not all RV camping sites at Coulee City Campground and Park are shaded

Some of the tent camping sites at Coulee City Campground and Park are on the shores of Banks Lake

Several of the shaded tent camping sites at Coulee City Campground and Park

The view from Coulee City Campground and Park

The marina at Coulee City Campground and Park

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