Located at the confluence of the Columbia and Methow Rivers, Pateros was originally established as Ive’s Landing around 1896 by Lee Ives when he began farming near the confluence of the Methow and Columbia Rivers and built his landmark hotel on the banks of the Columbia.
Today, Pateros is a vibrant community with parks, picnics, swimming areas, fruit stands with fresh local fruit, fishing and dining. Take a walk along the river, watch the hydroplane or dragon boat races, take part in the Apple Pie Jamboree or get in some incredible salmon and steelhead fishi
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