Located in north central Washington State, the town of Omak has a population of about 4,650 and is the largest town In Okanogan County. Omak is the home of the World Famous Stampede Rodeo and Suicide Race and Indian Encampment. This event is held the second weekend of August, since 1933.
During spring time, visitors can enjoy boating, fishing, golf, hiking, apple blossoms, mushroom hunting, photography, and many festivals.
Omak Lake located just a few miles east offers 3,200 acres of fun filled water activities. The lake was planted with Lahontan cutthroat trout in the 1970s. Great sandy beaches with plenty of room for water skiing, swimming and sun bathing. The lake lies within the Colville Indian Reservation anglers must obtain a tribal fishing permit. Permits are available from various Okanogan area businesses.
Photo of Omak Lake via Wikipedia