Burn Ban Level 3

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Gas/propane self-contained camping stoves and portable gas/propane fire pits allowed. No charcoal or wood fires allowed.


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Due to colder temperatures, water and restroom facilities may be reduced during April and October. Hook up sites may be affected. Please call the park at (509)775-3592 for more information.

A wide view of golden rolling hills in the foreground, a lake surrounded by trees, and tall mountains in the background.
A road runs through a flat, grassy campground with intermittent trees, RVs, and hills in the distance.
A bench sits under a tree overlooking the Curlew Lake on a sunny day.
A gentleman stands at the end of a dock fishing into the lake.
A group of people stand at the end of a dock fishing into the lake with tall trees and bushes along the far shore.

Curlew Lake State Park

62 State Park Road, Republic, WA 99166

Located in northeastern Washington, Curlew Lake State Park is an 87-acre park that is a popular destination for fishing and camping.


  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires Allowed in Designated Areas

The park is closed Nov. 1 - April 6.



Bird Watching




Hiking, Walking, Rolling and Running

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Winter Activities


Accessible Campsites

Accessible Restrooms

Drinking Water

Fire Pit

Park Ranger Station



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Boat Ramp

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Picnic Tables

Accessible Parking


Trailer Dump


Bike Trails

Hiking Trails

Park features


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Mountain View

Seasonal Wildflowers

Wildlife Viewing


  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires Allowed in Designated Areas

The park is closed Nov. 1 - April 6.

Map & visitor guide

48.71892548, -118.6606674

Looking for a great park destination off the beaten path? Curlew Lake State Park is a jewel in the countryside. This 123-acre park, with its green lawns and shade trees offers beautiful lake vistas of pine-covered hills. Water sports activities abound in summer, and snow sports, like ice fishing are popular in winter. The park has two miles of hiking and biking trails and is a great home base for bicycle tour groups. Bald eagles, ospreys, and herons live in the neighboring trees and can be seen flying in to pluck a meal from the lake. A heron rookery with active nests is also visible from the park. 

Boating and water sports

Curlew Lake State Park offers one, no-fee boat ramp and an 80-foot dock. Fishing is a popular activity at Curlew Lake. Anglers often catch trout, bass, yellow perch, and for the more adventurous, tiger muskies. There is also a designated area for swimming. 


The park has standard, partial and full-hookup sites, including six pull through sites. There is one dump station. There is a no-fee mooring dock for sites 73-80, ADA restrooms and showers. The maximum site length is 45 feet. Most campsites are reservable, with a few first come, first served sites. All campers must register at the ranger station.

Day use facilities

There are ten unsheltered picnic tables throughout park that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are three barbecue braziers by the swimming area. 

Interpretive opportunities

Ranald MacDonald's Grave, a State Park Heritage Site, is not far away. One of the foremost cultural and business ambassadors between the Northwest United States and Japan in the mid-1800s, MacDonald helped shaped the policies that opened relations between the two countries. The gravesite is on the roadside of a 25-mile scenic drive along the Kettle River near the Canadian border.