Electric City, so named due to its proximity to Grand Coulee Dam and the power supply there, is located on the shores of Osborn Bay Lake in Grant County, Washington. The surrounding area is one of tranquility, with several lakes, rivers, and parks to explore. Steamboat Rock State Park is only a few miles down the street and is extremely easy to access by car. The park features a fairly sizeable lake called Devils Punch Bowl and Northrup Canyon, the local go-to spot for hiking. Flowing nearby is the vast Columbia River, which is the Pacific Northwest’s largest river, with its start up in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, and ending its journey in the Pacific Ocean.