County Offices
450 Logan Street
Davenport 509-725-1401

Chamber of Commerce
600 7th Street
Davenport 509-725-6711

Lincoln County is located in the eastern part of the State of Washington. The land area of the county is 2,310 square miles. The climate of Lincoln County makes it perfect for agriculture and recreation. The population of the county is just over 10,500. Its’ largest city and county seat is Davenport which is home to more than 2500 residents.


Lincoln county is a predominantly rural county with its residents dispersed throughout small communities, towns and places.  Lincoln County is the second most important producer of wheat in the State of Washington. Wheat was the first and the most important crop that was grown by the pioneer farmers of the area. In fact, the county is the number two top producing wheat county in the state and number three in the nation. Other crops that are grown in the area include barley, canola, seed crops, wine grapes, certified sustainably-farmed wheat, and organic vegetables and berries. Cattle are also a large part of the agricultural community.

Residents and visitors have access to over 139,000 acres of public lands accessible for hiking, hunting, and/or fishing. Outdoor activities are the norm in Lincoln County with so much public land to enjoy. In addition, watersports and water related activities are also a big part of the lifestyle here. Thanks in large part to Lake Roosevelt and the more than one million visitors I draws each year from all corners of the globe.  Lake Roosevelt Recreational Area was formed in 1941, when the Grand Coulee Dam was built on the Columbia River. The dam created a 130-mile long lake with more than 300 miles of shoreline. The lake was named in honor of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The recreational area around the lake provides numerous opportunities for aquatic adventures. Residents can enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, camping, canoeing, hunting, and visiting historic places such as Fort Spokane and St. Paul’s Mission.

A variety of services for residents and visitors alike are available in the county, including restaurants, churches, city park, RV facilities, a hospital and clinic, public library, grocery stores, and much more. Like many rural counties, Lincoln County and its residents enjoy a high quality, slower pace of life.

is aggressively working to­ward building its business community and improving facilities and recreation. Promoted by an active Chamber of Commerce, the city hopes to draw in new businesses and new residents by providing some of the more desirable aspects of a place to live; clean air, less traffic and crowding, affordable housing and utili­ties, and excellent medical and educational facilities. An advantage of Davenport is its close proximity to the metropolis of Spokane, just 36 miles to the east. In addition, the town’s easy access to nearby recreational facilities, including Lake Roosevelt and Fort Spokane, makes it attractive to tour­ists.


Davenport School District, the home of the Davenport Gorillas and the heart of our community! Our district is comprised of a beautifully renovated elementary school for pre-K-5 students, a recently built middle school for grades 6-8, and a modernized 9-12 high school building. offer Advanced Placement (AP), College in the High School, Project Lead the Way (PLTW), All-Day Pre K for all, and Satellite Skill Center classes that lead to nursing assistant and OSHA 10 certification. We also connect students to colleges and careers through career and college fairs, guided field trips, work-based learning options, and on-campus SAT proctoring.

Lincoln Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital in rural Davenport, Washington, 36 miles west of Spokane. We are a community-centered organization with small town heart, dedicated to providing and coordinating personalized healthcare. Serving the people of Lincoln County, Lincoln Hospital is proud to offer the highest quality medical care to its friends and family.

Lincoln Hospital started in 1963 as a grassroots movement by the local community. The group not only wanted to bring local healthcare to Lincoln County, but provide a nursing home and jobs to boost the economy. Since then, it has grown to become a leader in rural healthcare by pioneering programs like Level I Cardiac Care, F.A.S.T. Stroke and the use of robotic technology to provide access to hospitalists and specialists. Lincoln Hospital provides 24-7 EMS and ED; acute, transitional and in-home care to a majority of Lincoln County; and, offers convenient out-patient clinic locations in Davenport, Wilbur and Reardan as well as out-patient physical therapy in Davenport at Peak Fitness Physical Therapy.

City of Davenport

Chamber of Commerce
600 7th Street
Davenport 509-725-6711

Davenport is located at the junction of US Route 2 and State Route 25 and 28. It is known as “The Gateway to the Lake Roosevelt Recreation Area”. Just 36 miles west of Spokane, Washington, it is close enough to the big city but also far enough away. Davenport is home to over 1700 friendly folks who welcome newcomers and tourists alike.

Davenport is the county seat and the most beautiful city in Lincoln County. Davenport is known as the gateway to the Lake Roosevelt Recreational Area. The population of the town is about 1700 people.

The town of Davenport was settled in 1880 and in 1882 was named in honor of J.C. Davenport, the resident of the town. Davenport was officially incorporated in 1890. Today, Davenport can boast of its’ recreational possibilities. The greatest advantage of the town is close proximity to the big city of Spokane. Tourists surely enjoy Lake Roosevelt and Fort of Spokane.

Welcome to the beautiful City of Davenport, one of Washington’s best kept secrets.  It’s here that you’ll find a friendly community with something for everyone nestled in the wheatfields of Eastern WA.  Davenport is known as the “Gateway to the Lake Roosevelt Recreation Area” as it’s only a mere 30 minute drive to Lake Roosevelt and all the recreational activities it offers.  For those looking for a night on the town with fine restaurants, museums, and more, Spokane is only a short drive away.  Perhaps you’re looking for something to do while visiting Davenport , look no further than the Davenport Water Park, Davenport Municipal Airport, shopping, restaurants, parks and more. Davenport welcomes you!

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