platted in 1907 and incorporated in 1911, is Okanogan County's
largest city. Visitors will find a large selection of motels,
restaurants and other tourism amenities in Omak.
Omak is home to the Omak Stampede and World-Famous Suicide
Race, started in 1933 and 1935, respectively.
The city's eastern portion lies within the Colville Indian
Location: On highways 155 and 97, about 50 miles south of
Elevation: 850 feet
Tourist amenities: Motels, restaurants, shopping, antique
and souvenir shops, post office, liquor store, parks, public
swimming pool, East Side Park with RV park and sports facilities,
hospital and other medical services, movie theater, art murals
and scenic walk from Stampede grounds to downtown, golf nearby,
senior citizen center, Tree City USA.
Attractions: Omak Stampede second weekend in August, Omak
Western and Native Art Show second weekend in August, various
events at Omak Performing Arts Center, Okanogan County Junior
Rodeo in May, Art in the Park third weekend in June, Christmas
lighting and parade first weekend in December, St. Mary's
Mission and Omak Longhouse nearby, sawmills.
Omak Washington Information: Google
Maps | Airport
| Official City Web Page
| Chamber of Commerce
[Material and photo adapted
from the Okanogan Vacation.]