Haag Cove Campground

laro_web_master@nps.gov12/23/2020 During COVID-19 this campground will remain closed until further notice. Haag Cove is a quiet, isolated campground on Lake Roosevelt’s west side. Sites are spread out along the shoreline in an open area with scattered pine trees. The open setting does not allow for much privacy between sites, but provides sweeping views of the lake to most campers. The campground is typically quiet, but may fill on holidays and weekends. There is not a boat launch or courtesy dock.From Kettle Falls, drive north on US 395. Cross Lake Roosevelt on Barneys Bridge and turn left onto WA 20 west. After approximately 4 miles, turn left onto Inchelium Highway (Inchelium Kettle Falls Road). Follow Inchelium Highway for about 3 miles and turn left at the Haag Cove Campground sign.(509) 754-7800Campground roads and campsite parking spaces are paved. Campsite areas are unpaved and may be uneven. Campsite 3 and campsite 5 are designated ADA sites. Campsites 13 – 18 are walk-in tent sites. Pit toilets have sidewalk pathways from the road.