Wildlife Area Location

Juli Anderson
19607 Seven Springs Road
Creston, WA 99117
(509) 636-2344

Wildlife Areas
Revere Wildlife Area
Revere Wildlife AreaThe Revere Wildlife Area is 2,291 acres in one unit in northwest Whitman County, nine miles southeast of the town of Lamont. It was acquired in 1992 under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and WDFW Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Compensation Plan to make up for habitat lost to inundation from dams on the river.

Revere is Palouse grassland/shrub-steppe/scabland terrain with seeps and springs in the Rock Creek drainage. It supports mule deer, coyotes, badgers, a variety of raptors, upland game birds including pheasants and quail, and other wildlife species.

Viewing Opportunities


  • Birds of Prey
  • Songbirds
  • Upland Birds
  • Wading Birds
  • Waterfowl
  • Mammals

  • Deer
  • Small Mammals
  • Other

  • Butterflies
  • Reptiles/Amphibians
  • Wildflowers
  • How to Get Here
    Access Site #1
    Driving Directions
    From Spokane, drive west on I-90 to the town of Sprague. Turn South onto Hwy 23, drive approx 12 miles. Turn right onto Davis Road. Drive approx. 6 miles, keeping to the right.
    Parking/Restroom Information
    Two designated parking areas, no toilets. A Discover Pass or WDFW Vehicle Access Pass is required.
    Other Information
    Daytime parking only.
    Unique Features
    This is mostly shrub steppe habitat, in the Channeled Scablands. Rock Creek runs through the area. Trout run in the creek. Good area for viewing spring wildflowers and shrub steppe obligate songbirds. Shrub/tree plots exist along portions of the creek.
    Other Information
    There is some contract irrigated agriculture on the property, on the flats along the creek. Be very careful to watch for rattlesnakes, spring to fall. Area is popular for hunting, mostly mule deer, upland bird, coyote. Some people fish the creek.
    WDFW is kicking off a multi-year wildlife area planning process at Swanson Lakes, Reardan Audubon Lake and Revere wildlife areas. The new management plan will address the status of wildlife species and their habitat, the progress of restoration efforts, and public recreation opportunities. Learn more >>
    Wildlife Area Habitat Conservation Plans
    Weekender Report
    Wildlife Viewing Guides
    Accessing Washington's Outdoors
    Find a Water Access Site
    GoHunt - Interactive Mapping
    Green Dot Maps
    • Bird watching
    • Dog Training/Trials
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Horseback riding
    • Hunting
    • Mountain biking
    • Wildlife viewing

    If you are Hunting or Fishing, remember to check all current regulations.

    Activities may include restrictions or require permits. Please see Public Conduct Rules for more information.