62 State Park Rd.
Republic WA 99166
Located west on Kettle River Rd from Hwy 21, Beal Park is a small, road-side park located on the Kettle River (approximately seven miles west of the town of Curlew). Beal is one of four small parks created through the auspices of the Ferry County and Stevens County commissioners. The actual land was donated by […]
This off-the-beaten path, but easily-accessed lake offers visitors to the Colville National Forest a tranquil location to camp, fish, and hike. With its handful of camp sites and ban on combustion engines, the lake is quiet enough to hear ducks and loons calling to each other across the lake.
Located on the Colville Tribes Reservation, Keller Park is situated on the shore of Lake Roosevelt. Open year round to the general public, reservations not available. Dogs on leashes are allowed. Campgrounds & Lodging Colville Tribes Parks and Recreation personnel state there are approximately seven (7) RV sites. Tent camp sites are not formally delineated. […]
Clear-water lake with shaded camp sites and a hiking trail…. Hidden high in the hills of the Colville National Forest is Long Lake, a small and often-overlooked, clear-water lake with shaded camp sites and a hiking trail. In the late spring and early summer, the lake draws local fly fishers and anglers in search of […]
Patterson Park in Republic, WA. Small, grassy, and tree-studded, Patterson Park is one short block away from Republic’s historic Clark Ave (main street), and is a pleasant spot to eat a picnic lunch, sip a latte, watch children play on the swings, or exercise your leashed dog. The park is centrally located at the corner […]
This public access park is located on the shores of the Kettle River, just across from the town of Curlew, Washington. The “Ol’ Swimmin’ Hole” park has been used and enjoyed by generations of families for picnicking and swimming. During spring and fall migrations, birding enthusiasts may spot tundra swan, Canadian geese, and waterfowl at […]
Recognized by many as Japan’s first English teacher, Ranald MacDonald was buried in an Indian Cemetery on the east side of Customs Road, on a hill that overlooks the Kettle River below. His grave site is the smallest state park in Washington State. Ten and a half miles from Curlew, Washington in a small graveyard overlooking […]
Fly fishing, swimming, and shady camp grounds. Trout fishing at its best…. Swan Lake is a clear-water lake located in the Colville National Forest, just off Highway 21, south of Republic, Washington. In the late spring and summer months, the lake is frequented by local anglers and fly fishers after brook, rainbow, and cutthroat trout. […]
Camp and trout fish on the San Poil River…. Ten Mile Campground is located just off of Hwy. 21 and adjacent to the San Poil River. The shallow, bubbling waters of the San Poil provide cool relief from the summer heat and opportunities for anglers and fly fishers to catch a dinner of brook trout. […]