Enjoy a relaxing 1950's-Style vacation on beautiful Curlew Lake. Set on a secluded peninsula, the resort's sixteen cabins were built beginning in 1938, and are charmingly nestled across thirty-one acres of treed and grassy knolls. The resort's shaded RV sites are also pleasantly situated on the lake shore. With stunning views of Curlew Lake and the surrounding mountains, the resort has fishing and boat docks, boat rentals & a small grocery store Land The resort consists of 31.25 acres with only approximately 5 acres being used for the resort operation. This leaves plenty of room for future expansion or other opportunities as the property also fronts on Highway 21 Improvements http://www.fishermanscove.us/index.html Recreation Things to Do General Operations The Fisherman’s Cove resort has families that have been coming back for generations. This is a destination resort for those wanting to enjoy Lake Curlew and the surrounding areas. Financials are available upon a mutually accepted offer Region & Climate In Republic, the summers are short, warm, dry, and partly cloudy and the winters are freezing, snowy, and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 17°F to 84°F and is rarely below 2°F or above 93°F. History Republic, Washington is a city with an early 1900s look and a heritage based in the mining and logging industries. Founded by gold prospectors, and originally named Eureka Gulch, Republic had a population of 1,073 in 2010. Noted for its fossils, natural beauty and recreational possibilities, it is nestled in a valley between Wauconda and Sherman Passes at the intersection of Washington State Routes 20 and 21 in the north central part of the state. The History of Ferry County’s 110 + years of mining history is based upon its unique geological history and sustained by three major intervals of development. The first was the opening of the Colville Indian Reservation for mining exploration in 1896. Overnight, the mountain and valley rivers and streams rang with the sound of shovels and axes, the braying of pack animals and the feverish invasion of eager men struggling to withdraw hidden wealth from water, rocks and dirt. Gold fever brought in an accompanying wave of entrepreneurs and professional men who saw an opportunity to provide the services needed to build a mining community. Location A 120 mile drive east to Spokane which has an international airport and 62 miles to Omak, Republic is located on the middle, western edge of Ferry County, WA, in the foothills of the Kettle Mountain Range. Ferry County sits along the north-central edge of Washington State, and shares its northern border (and three border crossings) with British Columbia, CA. Founded during the gold rush of the late 1800s and early 1900s, Republic sits at an elevation of 2500 ft (762 m) and is nestled on a hillside overlooking the San Poil River Valley.