A Land For All Seasons
Tonasket is a vigorous town with people that like to work hard, as well as play hard. Many of the community's events reflect this relationship between labor and leisure, including the annual Founder's Day Rodeo and Grand Parade, as well as newer events such as the Garlic Festival.
Tonasket, with a population of 1,000 very close-knit people, is nestled in the Okanogan Valley approximately 20 miles south of the U.S. - Canadian Border. It is the center of a large agricultural area, with apples, cattle and timber being the most prevalent products.
The town is surrounded by a wealth of fishing, hiking, mountain biking and hunting opportunities. People from far and wide, come to enjoy all the fresh air and natural beauty of the area. Tonasket is located centrally, with the Many Lakes area to the west, and the Okanogan Highlands to the East.
Nearby in the hills surrounding Tonasket are several small pioneer communities, some still have a few amenities, while others are more part of the area's past; yet still offer many tourism and recreational possiblities. Who wouldn't love 300 plus days of Sunshine!
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