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Pierre Lake

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Pierre Lake

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Pierre Lake is a 105 acre 75’ deep lake that is perfect for the family outing. This is a year-round open season lake that has largemouth bass, black crappie, bullhead catfish, an occasional kokanee, and several kinds of trout are available.  Pierre Lake allows motorized and non- motorized boating, and has a boat ramp.  Very nice lake to canoe or kayak.  Also has a day use area, and is a great lake to swim in during the summer. 

Pierre Lake Campground

Pierre Lake Trail #91

History: A mile long lake with average width of one quarter mile in Colville National Forest northeast of Orient on Toulou Creek in northwest Stevens County was named for Peter Arcasa. Mr. Arcasa also known as Peter Pierre was born at Colville on March 18, 1851 the son of a Hudson’s Bay Company employee. The writers of the history of Northern Washington say of Mr. Arcasa that he was “… one of the wealthy stockmen of Stevens county and has passed a remarkable incident and activity in various portions of the United States.” (“Peter Ascasa” History of Northern Washington, 1904.) 

In the early 1930’s Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) took on construction projects, cleared forests, built houses, roads, and bridges throughout large chunks of government owned land in Steven’s County. One of 19 CCC camps were established in northeast Washington, including Pierre Lake (Bohm & Holstine 1983 114.)

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