When scouting around for new houseboating adventures, you don’t always hear about the Pacific Northwest. But the wild beauty that can be discovered in this unique region is something you don’t want to miss out on discovering for yourself!
Take Lake Roosevelt at Seven Bays, Wash. Considered the largest lake in the northwest, the glassy water is fed by snowmelt from the Canadian Rockies and stretches out to cover over 660 miles of sandy shoreline beautified with secret coves and canyons. If you want a hot, dry summer, head to the south portion of the lake. For more rainfall, Ponderosa pines, and Douglas fir forests, head northward—and don’t forget to keep an eye out for bighorn sheep, moose, and turkey. Many an angler have loved the lively fishing action with everything from walleye to white sturgeon, large and small mouth bass.
Lake Roosevelt Adventures at Seven Bays Marina is ready to get you set with the perfect houseboat for whatever adventure you’re choosing. Rentals like those in the Explorer Class accommodates up to six people for a cozier vacation getaway, while the Galaxy or Nova Class have room for up to 14 with luxury touches like the waterslip, hot tub, 42-inch Plasma TV, and gas fireplace. Whatever model you decide to go with, you’re sure to love your stay at Lake Roosevelt.
Photos credited to Lake Roosevelt Adventures