K Diamond K Guest Ranch
Republic • 1600 acre working dude ranch.
(509) 641-1003 •kdiamondk.com
EdenValley Guest Ranch
Horseback riding, birdwatching & adventures!
(509) 485-4002 •edenvalleyranch.net
Taber’sTaste of Summer and Copper
• (509) 476-2762coppermountainvineyards.com
Social evenings with wine, music every
Thursday at 6pm. Tastings all summer 1pm -
5pm. • (509) 476-2681 •estherbricques.com
• From the
Continental Divide in Montana to the
Pacific Ocean, this 1,200 mile trail runs
straight through the town of Oroville,
at the midpoint of the trail! •pnt.org
Stonerose Fossil Center •
Dig & identify your own fossils, expore history.
(509) 775-2295 •stonerosefossil.org
THE GREAT OUTDOORS:
The Pasayten Wilderness Area and
Sinlahekin Fish and Wildlife Preserve (with the state’s most diverse
butterfly population) are located near Loomis. Don’t miss a great hike,
climb, or bike ride at McLaughlin Canyon, Whistler Canyon, or the
SimilkameenTrails. The fishing is extraordinary, and each lake has its own
fishing requirements. Current regulation at www.wdfw.wa.gov or stop
at the Tonasket or OrovilleVisitor Information Centers.
The annual Chesaw 4th of July Rodeo is an old
fashion family event. They ride cows in Chesaw and you can too! The
Tonasket Founder’s Day celebration includes a parade, family BBQ, and
rodeo (1st weekend after Memorial Day). At the spring and fall Okanogan
Family Faires (near Tonasket) you will find folks trading goods, playing
music, sharing arts and crafts, dancing and singing.
ARTS AND CULTURE:
The Old Oroville Depot Museum is the
original train depot, built in Oroville in 1907 and the largest Great
Northern Rail Road depot building still in useable condition in the Pacific
Northwest. The Old Molson’s Ghost Town and School Museum is a
great place for a walk back in time, don’t miss the old pioneer buildings,
farm machinery, mining equipment and other historic artifacts.
UNIQUE PLACES AND EVENTS:
Tonasket’s Okanogan River
Garlic Festival is a celebration of the harvest with gourmet foods,
produce, arts and crafts and entertainment in August. In January, while
the ice is still on the lake catch some fish and you are sure to win a prize
at the Molson’s NWWinter Ice Fishing Festival.
KIDS AND PETS:
The new Tonasket Water Ranch is open and is a
great stop for cooling off the kids. Another great idea is to stop for a
swim at Oroville’s Deep Bay Park on Lake Osoyoos.
Tonasket Chamber of Commerce
(509) 486-4543 •tonasketchamber.com
Oroville Chamber of Commerce
derlands Historical Society &Visitor Info
(888) 699-5659 •orovillewashington.com
Republic Chamber of Commerce
(509) 775-3387 •republicwa.com
Tonasket, Oroville, Loomis, Republic