RV park and campground resort on Lake Curlew.
80 Black Beach Resort, Republic, Washington 99166
Launch a boat, fish from the dock, swim off their sandy beach….
Curlew Lake State Park, located ten miles north of Republic, Washington (in Ferry County), offers visitors a lines-free boat launch and choice of 82 campsites dotted across the park’s 127 acres of uncrowded, grass-covered hills. Surrounded on three sides by the peaks and valleys of the Colville and Okanogan National Forests, the park provides walk-in lake-view sites set atop grassy knolls; secluded sites tucked in hillside clefts; and RV and trailer sites.
RV park and campground nearby the beautiful Kettle River.
Hwy. 21 North, Curlew, Washington (1/2 mile north of Curlew)
(509) 779-4864 or (509) 779-4052
Trout fishing in a secluded and serene location.
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. Read more
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 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. Read more
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 fishing. They also have their own concrete boat launch ramp, available at no extra charge for their guests. Read more