Osborn Bay Lake, Washington

Osborn Bay Lake is located in Grant county, Washington. Find dining and lodging options near Osborn Bay Lake.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Harrington Golf & Country Club, Banks Lake Golf Club and Deer Meadows Golf Course), hiking (Seventeenmile Trail, Daisy Trail and Bodie Tonata Creek Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Seventeenmile Trail
Daisy Trail
Bodie Tonata Creek Trail

State Parks
Crown Point State Park, Washington
Central Ferry State Park, Washington
Steamboat Rock State Park, Washington
Northrup Canyon State Park, Washington
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, Washington

Fishing Regulations and license information
Fishing Licenses & Permits
Fishing Licenses - Online Purchase

Gift Shops
JDK Gifts, 5864 F Highway 25 South, Fruitland, WA 99129
Pleasant Times Tea House & Gift Shoppe, 307 Third, Endicott, WA 99125

Antique Stores
Carrot Patch, 3 South 3rd Street, Harrington, WA 99134

Closest Cities
Spokane, Washington

Local Events for Grand Coulee, WA
May 18,2014: Sunbanks Rhythm And Blues Festival
1:00pm: Sun Banks Resort. Schedule 1:00 John Bunzow Duo2:30 Bakin’ Phat4:00 Polly O’Keary & the Rhythm Method5:30 Sena Ehrhardt Band7:30 Mauri
May 17,2014: Sunbanks Rhythm And Blues Festival
1:30pm: Sun Banks Resort. Schedule 1:30 The Trevalyan Triangle3:00 Rae Gordon Band5:00 Hot Wired Rhythm Band7:00 Curtis Salgado9:00 Rick Estrin &
May 16,2014: Sunbanks Rhythm And Blues Festival
4:30pm: Sun Banks Resort. Schedule 4:30 James King & the Southsiders6:00 The Rectifiers7:30 Ben Rice Band9:00 Nick Vigarino’s Meantown Blues11:0
May 15,2014: Sunbanks Rhythm And Blues Festival
8:00pm: Sun Banks Resort. Schedule Music in the Cantina:8:00 Leanne Trevalyan9:00 Sweet Danny Ray & Rafael Tranquilino10:00 Back Porch Stomp11:00

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Restaurants in the vicinity
R & A Cafe
Doxie's Dine In
Alibi Tavern
Homestead Cafe
Just Another Espresso
Hotels in the vicinity
Top Hat Motel
Loon Lake Motel
Lakeside Motel
Ranch On the Rock Motel
Motel 6

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