Winchester RV Park, located about 4 miles north of Republic, Washington, and 3 miles south of Curlew Lake, Washington, is a great place to go camping under old-growth maple, pine, and willow trees. You will discover that you are not the only one who has fun camping in this valley location that is surrounded by mountains, as the birds love it, too. The Golden Tiger Pathway that runs along an old railroad line is adjacent to this campground.
You will love waking up in the morning to the sound of birds chirping nearby. Bring your binoculars so that you can spot the bald eagles and other birds living in the trees at this campground. There are many nearby trails to explore. This park is especially beautiful when the wildflowers bloom.