The Eastern Washington State mountains and fields of Ferry County are beautiful and rich with game. The county boasts seven game management units (GMUs), but of particular note is the Sherman 101 unit, which blankets...Read more
Ask, "How's the fishing?" to anyone who has fished Curlew Lake, as well as Ferry County's many other lakes and rivers, and the answer you'll likely receive is, "The fishing is great!" In the spring...Read more
Swimming, boating, fishing, skiing...Curlew Lake has it all.
Curlew Lake, nestled in the glacier-carved hills north of Republic, Washington, is a spring- and stream-fed lake named for the birds that once frequented the area.
All of Tiffany's Resort's cabins and RV sites are happily located on the lake shore of Curlew Lake, Washington. The resort boasts multiple docks for boat storage, as well as a lighted dock for night...Read more
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Tamarak (Linden) trees are displaying their autumn colors on Hwy 20 and Hwy 21.
Curlew Lake, Washington, is enjoying a most pleasant and serene autumn. The seasonal colors of maples and willow trees sparkle along the lake’s shoreline and pose a lovely contrast against the area’s deep blue skies. Mornings on the lake are laced with mystery and drifts of fog. Afternoons are comfortably warm with skies of mixed cloud and sun. Deer wander lazily across the grassy campsites of Curlew Lake State Park, and migrating geese soar across the lake’s blue waters. Vacationers looking for a weekend getaway will find the lake and surrounding areas enchanting and scenic with their ever-changing colors and textures. Fishers can still enjoy late season trout, bass, and muskie fishing from a boat. Photographers will find many scenic locations to shoot lovely autumn-enhanced landscapes.