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Greenbelt Ramp

                                                                                                                    Greenbelt Boat Ramp, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers photo.

General Information
Type of Recreation: Day-Use and Boating
State: Washington
County: Asotin
Administering Office: Lower Granite Natural Resources Office
Location: Lower Granite Lake, Snake River Mile 140, West River Bank
Acreage: 29 Acres
Highway Directions: Just north of the Interstate Blue Bridge in Clarkston, Washington.

Facilities
Day-Use Area:
Grass/Shade
Public Telephone (Located at Greenbelt Launch)
Flush Toilets
Drinking Water
Multi-Purpose Hiking and Biking Trails, ADA Accessible
ADA Accessible Fishing Pier at Naves Pit
Picnic Tables
Boating: 2-Lane Launch Ramp
Handling Dock
Tie-Up Dock

Season and Hours of Operation:
Year round, with no specific hours of operation

Operating Agency
Name: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Address: 100 Fair Street
Clarkston, Washington 99403
Phone: 509-751-0240
Contact: Park Manager

Distance to Nearest
Hospital: 2 Miles (Tri-State Memorial, Clarkston, Washington, 509-758-5511)
Grocery Store: 1 Mile
Motel: 1 Mile
Restaurant: 1 Mile
Airport: 5 Miles
Auto Mechanic: 1 Mile

Notes:
Pets must be kept on a leash. Horses are prohibited.
No open fires allowed.  Charcoal and propane fires are acceptable.
The Lower Granite Natural Resources Office can be reached at 509-751-0240.

Contact Us

Lower Granite Natural Resources
Management Office
100 Fair Street
Clarkston,  WA  99403
Phone: 509-751-0240
E-mail: clarkstonnaturalresources@usace.army.mil

Lower Granite Visitor Center
Phone:  509-843-2214



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