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Eagles Cove on Lake Roosevelt is located in the Selkirk Mountains of Northeastern Washington, a short distance from British Columbia, and Idaho, An area rich in opportunities for adventure and pristine beauty. The Selkirk/Huckleberry Range are the foothills to the Canadian Rockies providing unsurpassed recreational and quality lifestyle experiences.
Eagles Cove Estates
Located in the national park corridor along beautiful Lake Roosevelt, northeast of Kettle Falls and Colville, Washington, Eagles Cove provides the perfect setting to establish a majestic estate, and serve up warm memories for generations.
* Estate properties possesses over 2700 feet of beach and water frontage
* The majority of Eagles Cove properties uniquely own down to the beach and waterfront, a rare find within the Lake Roosevelt National Park Recreational corridor.
* All the estate lots offer an array of beautiful lake and mountain vistas, with a delightful mix of older growth forest and open meadows.
* Expect to see a flourishing array of wildlife including: eagles, geese, swan, ducks, deer, elk, turkey, hawk, osprey, snowshoe rabbit, river otter, mink, and many others. This area supports a wealth of over 75 species of mammals, 200 species of birds, and over 20 species of fish including: Steelhead, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Bull Trout, Great Sturgeon, Walleye, and Bass. Some of the best fishing can be found right out your front door in the deep clear bay encompassed by Eagles Cove.
The majestic Columbia River is fed from the icy fresh snow fields in the Canadian Rockies. One hundred fifty miles in length, scenic Lake Roosevelt is formed behind the Grand Coulee Dam resulting in over 600 miles of shoreline, with many picturesque bays, coves, tributaries and islands begging to be discovered. This beautiful lake, surrounding national park and forests, offer many recreational opportunities including: beach walking, hiking, golfing, equestrian adventures, skiing/snowboarding, snowshoeing, heli skiing, backcountry skiing, hot springs, exquisite wine tasting, camping, mountain biking, scenic road tours, airstrip tours, B & B tours, arts and culture, and with your own private mooring bay, there are 22 public boat launches, as well as 28 year-round campgrounds on Lake Roosevelt, some accessible only by boat. All which provide bountiful opportunities for fishing, water skiing, sailing, kayaking, houseboating, swimming, jet skiing, boat touring and relaxing.
Northeast Washington Climate & Topography
Located in the foothill mountains of the Canadian Rockies, Northeast Washington enjoys four distinct seasons. With moderate snow in the valleys and heavier snow in the mountains, beautiful winter scenes result. Within a short drive, there is easy access to five exceptional getaway ski resorts, and world renown Heli-ski destinations. Summers are predictably perfect for water sports, warm and sunny with pleasant cool nights from July through September, averaging day temperatures in the mid to upper 80's. The year-round mountain fresh and relatively dry (15 - 30% humidity) air provides a pleasant atmosphere to enjoy the estate of your dreams year round.