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Founded by gold prospectors in the late 19th century, Republic is a tiny community in northern Washington. The name Republic was chosen by the first residents in honor of the Great Republic mining claim that enabled so many to make a living in the west, in search of gold and the promise of fortune.

After the mining craze faded out, the town of Republic saw half of its full-time residents immigrate elsewhere to greener pastures, yet the legacy of this Old West town remains the same. Historic buildings, old country stores, antiquate saloons, and other Wild West staples can be seen in the heart of town, part of the reason why Republic has enjoyed considerable attention as a tourist destination. Aside from its Wild West appeal, the town is situated in a particularly gorgeous part of Washington, with epic mountain peaks and sprawling evergreen forests for tourists to enjoy. The town is not particularly close to major cities like Spokane or Seattle, so when you book an RV in Republic, you can get away from the hustle and bustle.

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The Great Outdoors

There are lots of amazing outdoor destination to explore when you rent an RV in Republic. Curlew Lake State Park offers loads of recreational activities and spectacular sites to see. It's located on the eastern shores of its namesake, and although small, there is lots to pass the time when you camp out by the lakeshore in your Republic campervan rental. Swimming, boating, fishing, kayaking, waterskiing, hiking, and biking are always fantastic options when you visit Curlew Lake’s premier park. Conconully State Park is another tiny sliver of a park on the northern shores of Conconully Lake, directly across from Conconully National Wildlife Refuge. There are divine beaches lining the human-made lake, with replica buildings demarcating the site of an old abandoned village. There are great swimming and fishing areas and a few spots to park your Republic RV rental by owner too.

The one million-acre Colville National Forest is an awesome addition to any outdoor-centric vacation, where you can explore the Kettle Mountains or hike one of its countless hiking trails. There are fabulous snowy peaks providing an epic backdrop to the coniferous forests that blanket the area, and a bevy of long-distance trekking trails winding through the wilderness.

The closest national park in a state known for its national parks is North Cascades National Park, and it absolutely does not disappoint. This park goes largely overlooked compared to other parks in the state and country due to its extremely remote location along the Canadian border. Only thirty thousand people venture to this awe-inspiring park each year, making it the perfect getaway for those who like to avoid large crowds of people. The rugged canyons and enchanting high-mountain vistas will have you falling in love with the park, and peaceful campgrounds will ensure a safe and pleasant camping experience when you rent an RV and feel like making your visit a multi-day trip.

RV Parks

City sightseeing opportunities might be hard to come by in Republic, but campgrounds are a dime a dozen. In just about every direction, you can find some sort of state park, campground, RV park, or resort. Gold Mountain RV Park is the closest to town, with satellite TV, rental cabins, teepees, laundry facilities, and restrooms.

Tiffany’s Resort is several miles north of town, with cozy cabins and fishing piers to catch freshwater fish. There is lots of space on the lake to go boating, swimming, or fishing, and also sports courts to keep you in shape and occupied during your stay.

Black Beach Resort also has comfortable cabins and large RV campsites, along with lots of lakefront beaches that are perfect for swimming and catching fish. There are a few trails for hiking or biking, and four docks and boat launches for boaters to use.

City Attractions

The city attractions in Republic are scarce, so it isn’t exactly the kind of city you visit for its museums and monuments. It is a lovely place to rent an RV, but you are better off heading out of town to bigger cities in the area if you want to squeeze in some sightseeing. Stonerose Interpretive Center and Eocene Fossil Site is an unbelievable place to learn about natural history, and an accessible place for people of all ages. Kids and adults love to learn about the animals who called this ancient lakebed home, and guests are welcome to dig for fossils too. Guests can even keep up to three specimens a day, provided they are not ultra-rare.

The Old Oroville Depot Museum up in Oroville is a fascinating institution that focuses on the role of railways to bring vitality to the remote areas of northern Washington. The old train station now houses this interesting museum, complete with hundreds of donated artifacts and old trains.

The Kettle Falls Historical Center over in Kettle Falls is another museum to check out. It is located in the opposite direction of Oroville, but it’s a great excuse to cover more ground in your Republic motorhome rental. The main focus of the museum is the moving of the town, impacted by the planned flooding after the completion of the Grand Coulee Dam. The town had to be abandoned and relocated, making for a unique story.

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