Sunbanks Lake Resort

Address: 57662 HWY 155N, Electric City, Washington, 99123, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 57662 HWY 155N, Electric City, is near Grand Coulee Double Dam.
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    Travel Blogs from Electric City

    The Mother of All Floods

    A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Aug 22, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... now extinct Dry Falls, and set up camp in the park at the base.
    This chapter is about to get a bit educational so, unless your a geography nerd like me, you might like to skip straight to the pictures. The figures that accompany the Missoula Floods are mind blowing:
    *There is evidence that Lake Missoula burst it's banks at least 25 times
    *The largest discharge was estimated to be upwards of 10 ...

    Switching routine - from Days to Nights

    A travel blog entry by chapj on Jul 20, 2012

    10 comments, 21 photos

    ... still seemed intent on attack. Probably KAMIKAZI MOSQUITOS ;-)

    As dawn approached we saw the lights of Coulee City and passed the A La Cozy Motel where we were scheduled to stay. Since we still felt we had some energy to keep walking, we decided to continue our walk across the dam and all the way up the ridge on the other side to help shorten our stretch for the next leg. After getting to the top of the ridge Anne suggested ...

    New roads & new sites!

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on Aug 26, 2011

    17 photos

    ... wrap around the equator of the world TWICE!! That is over 50,000 miles on concrete!

    The dam backs up the waters of the Columbia river creating Lake Roosevelt which is 151 miles long! It reaches to within a couple of miles of the Canadian border. Besides generating power the waters from Lake Roosevelt are pumped 'out and over' into Banks Lake. In fact, the over 800 billion gallons of water that are pumped annually into Banks ...

    Grand Coolee Dam and Republic Washington

    A travel blog entry by patty_bourke on Aug 23, 2011

    5 photos

    ... Kettle Falls - that were lost with the dam. The movie documented the thousands of Native American graves that had to be moved. All the salmon fishing gone. I met a woman whose Grandmother had a boarding house in Keller - now under water The whole thing ...

    Smoke Jumpers and Dams

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Aug 12, 2011

    14 photos

    ... Powerhouse 3 has 3 600 MegaWatt generators and 3 805 MegaWatt generators. We then went down 5 stories and saw a closeup of one of the generators which was down for maintenance and then a closeup of an operating generator. The noise was deafening, primarily due to the large amount of water needed to spin the generator. The tour guide said that when all generators are operating at full capacity, the water flow is on the order of 3 Colorado ...