About the map
This map shows major rivers, reservoirs, and lakes of Washington like Lake Chelan. In general, the rivers and streams of Washington flow into the Pacific Ocean.
Lake Roosevelt is the largest lake in the state of Washington at 82,000 acres, more than doubling the second largest Lake Wallula. Next, Lake Chelan, Potholes Reservoir, and Banks Lake are the next largest. Columbia River, Snake River, and Yakima River are the longest rivers in Washington state. In fact, the Columbia River forms a border with Oregon, separating it from Washington.
Washington has a lot to offer when it comes to water activities, from swimming in lakes to kayaking on rivers. Lake Union in Seattle is a popular destination for swimmers, as well as kayakers who can explore the scenic waterway.
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Washington lakes, rivers and reservoirs
Lakes and reservoirs
Franklin D Roosevelt Lake
Rivers and streams
Pend Oreille River
Lower Crab Creek
Union Flat Creek
Strait of Juan de Fuca
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