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Grant County provides an amazing assortment of unique communities along with plenty of sun, water and open space. Be sure to familiarize yourself with our local partner communities.
Small town fun with all the amenities. Large campground & RV park, 2 motels, small RV park, laundry mat, 2 banks, ATV dealer, 2 auto repair, hardware & auto parts store, restaurants & cafes, fitness center, public library, medical services & more. All within walking distance.
Welcome to Coulee City
Town of Coulee City Local Government
This resort community is nestled along the Columbia River on Wanapum Lake. You can boat, camp, golf and so much more. Close to the Gorge Amphitheatre, surrounded by coulees and flatlands.
Experience Washington Info on Crescent Bar
Desert Aire Owner's Association
Desert Aire Today
Steamboat Rock State Park can be found roughly 11 miles south of Electric City, WA. Amenities at this park include two campground areas, a swimming area and a boat launch.
Electric City Travel & Tourism
Ephrata is the gateway to the Columbia Basin area. There is a tremendous amount of fun and exciting activities going on at all times in the Basin area.
City Ephrata of Ephrata
Ephrata Chamber of Commerce
George, Washington, is the only city in the nation named after the full name of a president. We have sunny, dry and warm summers with temperatures in the 80's and 90's, and winters with cold temperatures and occasional snow.
The City of George Washington
Now is a Great time to Visit this Great Walled Wonder Called the Grand Coulee! Come for a Hunting or Fishing excursion From Boat or Shore...They're Catching all kinds of fish in these waters... And it's OPEN All Year!
The Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber
Hartline is a town in Grant County, Washington, United States. The population was 134 at the 2000 census. There is a High School named Almira-Coulee/Hartline High School. The name "Hartline" is an americanized spelling of the German last name "Hartlein" and is an uncommon last name.
Hartline School Preservation Association
Hartline Data from Municipal Research & Services Center
We have hunting, fishing, and water sports on the river. The retirement community of Desert Aire is just five miles from Mattawa. It's a beautiful setting along the Columbia with a great 18-hole golf course.
Mattawa Area News
Moses Lake is one of the state's largest natural fresh water lakes, plus numerous parks and campgrounds. An outdoor recreational oasis!
City of Moses Lake Visitor Information
City of Moses Lake Community Info
Moses Lake Parks & Recreation
Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce
Potholes Reservoir is a real surprise. Located in the southern part of Grant County, the lake features year-round fishing, hunting, outdoor recreation and some of the regions most popular waterfront resorts.
Wildernet Outdoor Website
Kayaking & Canoeing Potholes Reservoir
Weather Channel Fishing Report
Fishing Notes Website
Tourism is a major part of our economy. The Gorge Amphitheater, which draws an estimated 3,000 to 20,000 people per concert, is located 10 miles southwest of Quincy.
The City of Quincy
Quincy Valley Chamber of Commerce
- 7th Annual QVTA Trout Derby
- Rock & Ride Bike Tour
Our location makes it ideal for sportsman and vacationers to enjoy some of the best recreation spots in Grant County. The Potholes Reservoir is the largest earthen filled dam open to the community for water sports, boating, some of the best fishing and a whole lot of family fun!
Royal City Washington
Royal City Washington
Soap Lake is, and has always been, a destination for those who wanted a peaceful place to escape, away from the crowds, the traffic and the hurry-up. A place that doesn't cost a fortune, where you can get a massage and a good meal, relax in the sun, sit on the beach or visit with friends and family.
Soap Lake Chamber of Commerce
Soap Lake for Locals
The Milwaukee Railroad arrived in the early 1900's and attracted additional settlers, including Doc Harris who established a drug and sundries store with physician services in Warden about 1905. The town was named after his son
Proud of our past, excited about our future. Surrounded by basalt bluffs, there is a serene beauty to the town. Wilson Creek has a feeling of familiarity that makes this a comfortable place to live. It is a place were you can quickly get to know everyone. Grant Transit Authority provides local transportation between the Town of Wilson Creek and the larger metropolitan areas.