Curlew Lake, in Eastern Washington State, provides the perfect summer venue for water sports such as water skiing, kayaking, swimming, sailing, pleasure boating, fishing, and canoeing. The central section of this intimate lake can accommodate...Read more
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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Fifty million years ago, during the Eocene Epoch, the area now occupied by Republic, Washington lay beneath the waters of an ancient lake. As the lake bed filled with volcanic ash and sediment, leaves, flowers, fish, and insects were trapped in the layers of resulting mud. Today the lake is gone, along with the unusual mix of topography and climate that produced plants and animals that haven’t been found together in any other location. Located in an unassuming roadcut along Knob Hill Road, the Boot Hill Fossil Site* provides paleontologists and amateur fossil hunters alike the unprecedented opportunity of discovering world class examples of…. More…>