Our Story

Camp Na-Bor-Lee began in 1960 as a 4-H camp when a few families, wanting a lake retreat for their children, applied to the National Park Service for a lease of the land. Over the years it has evolved into a favorite camp for youth groups, family groups, and various organizations numbering between 30 and 300 campers who seek a safe, secluded, rustic camping experience for their group. Being leased from, and supervised by the National Park Services, the camp is managed and maintained by volunteer service.


  • 10 private campsites on Lake Roosevelt
  • Modern restroom facilities with cold showers or metered hot showers
  • Group camp kitchen with a covered eating area
  • 2 shelters for group gatherings
  • Motor home access (no hookups)
  • Swimming area with swim docks (no life guard on duty)
  • Boat-in access (no launching)
  • 38 wooded acres nestled against Lake Roosevelt
    • 15 miles north of Fort Spokane
    • 38 miles from Davenport
    • 75 miles from Spokane

National Park Service Regulated Polices

  • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited
  • Dogs must be on a 6ft leash at all times
  • Horses are prohibited
  • Fireworks are prohibited
  • Camping in established sites, near existing fire rings only
  • Digging is prohibited
  • Campers must remove own garbage
  • No boat launching
  • Motorcycles/ATV riding is prohibited
  • Campers are responsible for keeping campsite and rest rooms clean
  • No life guard on duty
  • Quiet times : 10 p.m. – 6 a.m.