to do around the town of Oroville
A nine-hole course.
3468 Loomis Oroville Rd # A
Oroville, WA 98844
Phone: (509) 476-2390
A hidden treasure in the Okanogan's
premier grape region, Okanogan Estate & Vineyards is the first winery
in this fruitful valley to open in the United States. Located in North
Central Washington State.
Gold Digger Cellars is located just
5 mi south of the Canadian border on U.S. highway #97. Visitors can try
a wide selection of wines in the winery's tasting rooms.
Address: 1205 Main Street Oroville
Nestled at the base of 7258 foot
Mount Bonaparte in the magnificent Okanogan Highlands and on the shores
of beautiful Bonaparte Lake. If you are looking for a place to get away
from it all, then you've found it. Bonaparte Lake is at 3500 feet elevation
so you get the beauty and peace of a mountain paradise. Bonaparte Lake
Resort is easy to access and is located midway between Tonasket and Republic,
Washington. Stay in one of our cosy rustic log cabins on the lake or bring
your tent or RV and choose a campsite nestled in the forest. Bathrooms,
showers and Laundromat are located nearby together in the same building.
Boating, Swimming, Camping, GREAT Fishing! Exceptional Bass, Mackinaw,
Brook, Rainbow and Silver trout fishing Plus a General Store and Cafe.
Due to steelhead ESA listing, fisheries
have been modified substantially for all fish species on this river. The
trout fishery, including steelhead, is closed, unless open through emergency
regulations in the fall. A steelhead fishery is dependent upon run size
that exceeds natural and hatchery broodstock requirements. Check the agency
website at http://wdfw.wa.gov or call
the Ephrata regional office for emergency openers, gear and area restrictions.
Please check the regulations pamphlet for complete information. Smallmouth
bass are the best bet, for fish averaging 10 to 12 inches, and some exceeding
three pounds. Walleye action has grown over the past few years, mainly
from the mouth upstream to the bridge at Malott. There is an excellent
boat launch in Brewster, Okanogan at the mouth of Salmon Creek and a rough
launch is available at the west end of the Monse bridge. Most shorelines
are privately owned, so float trips offer the best fishing opportunity.
Please respect privet property. Locals have a blast rafting and boating
on the Okanogan river.
Snow Skiing Area
Havilla Rd, Tonasket, WA
(509) 485-3323 2080
A 396 acre storage reservoir located
near Tonasket, Washington. Fish species include rainbow trout.
Fishing season from mid-April to Oct. 1st
Spectacle Lake Site is about 15
miles northwest of Tonasket off U.S. 97 near Loomis.
539 Molson Rd, Oroville, WA
Tel: (509) 485-3266
Lake State Park
The park is a 47-acre camping park
on the 14-mile-long lake that stretches several miles north into British
Columbia. Located in the midst of a hot and arid environment, the park
provides welcome respite with its sandy shores, green lawns and shade trees.
Campground, day-use area and watercraft launch open weekends and holidays
Nov. 1 - March 31.In winter, RV campers may park in the picnic area parking
lot. Camping, boating, fishing and all other water sports!
Check-in time, 2:30 p.m.
Check-out time, 1 p.m.
Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.