Curlew Lake State Park

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About Curlew Lake State Park

Take a load off at the Lew, a lovely 123-acre camping park at which to loosen up for a quiet day or kick back for a peaceful weekend. With close proximity to the Stone Rose public fossil dig and the quaint gold rush town known as Republic, this sweet spot is ready and rarin’ to charm you to bits. After kicking back along Curlew Lake to finish your book, give a go to freshwater fishing, set out for a leisurely hike or bike ride along this park’s two miles of trails, or have a look-see at the bald eagle, heron, and osprey nesting areas. A tranquil area hosting verdant lawns, accommodations for both tents and RVs, and even a seaplane dock, this park is the picture of laid-back perfection.

Campgrounds in Curlew Lake

Curlew Lake Campground

1. Curlew Lake Campground

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Curlew Lake
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June 5th, 2015
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June 5th, 2015
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June 5th, 2015
Curlew Lake
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June 5th, 2015

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History of Curlew Lake State Park

An area of the park was a summer camp for some of the regional Indian tribes. In one section, an indigenous pestle was found. In another section, discarded shells of freshwater clams lie close by an ancient fire ring.