Cusick, Washington

  • Cusick is a small town situated along the shores of the Pend Oreille River and is the base for the Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel Reservation. The town itself was founded in 1902 by Joseph W. Cusick, but the town wasn't incorporated until 1927. Other nearby towns include Tiger, Usk, and Locke, with Ione and Metaline Falls farther north. There is a boat launch and dock located here to provide access to the river, and there is also a paved trail along the river to nearby Usk. The Kalispel Tribe owns land nearby, where they run a bass fish hatchery and maintain a buffalo herd. The area around the town ranges from open fields to heavily wooded areas. The 2015 Tower Fire was cause for some concern to residents, campers, and other visitors to the area's many campgrounds, and home owners nearby should consider fire reduction tree services as a preventative measure. Call The Tree Service today for your consultation!

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