Warm summers, mild winters, working ranches, real
cowboys and American Indians, and a rich agricultural
heritage combine to create the Heart of the Okanogan.
The City of Okanogan maintains
the flavor of yesterday. Take a self guided walking tour
downtown and enjoy murals of renowned 19th century
photographer Frank Matsura displayed on the town’s
Omak is home to the annual O
andWorld Famous Suicide Race
, always the second
weekend in August.
during the Stampede draws tribal members from around
the country for dancing, drumming, and competition.
Downtown Omak boasts a self-guided
of murals and history.
true “from your
door” snowmobiling and ATV-ing, hunting and
fishing. Conconully Museum
focuses on the area as
it was at the turn of the century and features everyday
living including mining and ranching. The Spring/Fall
in Conconully includes a cattle drive
through town. Conconully State Park is a treasured
destination for sportsmen and families.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
You’ll find boating, water
sports, horseback riding, camping, golfing, fishing and
hiking here. At night, take a moment to look up and
admire the stars...folks from around the world swear
they are brighter here than anywhere else. Access the
Pasayten through Conconully for hiking, mountain biking,
snowmobiling and wilderness adventures.
REGIONS: Heart of the Okanogan