Free Nakoosa Republic

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Free Nakoosa Republic
State Seal of Nakoosa.png
Coat of Arms of Nakoosa
Coat of Arms
Map of the Free Nakoosa Republic including its frontier.
Map of the Free Nakoosa Republic including its frontier.
CapitalBuckhorn View
Largest cityPortofino
Official languagesEnglish
Ethnic groups
GovernmentPresidential unicamarel national republic under a Confederal Semi Constitutional Monarchy
• President
• Vice President
• Chair of Congress
Independence from the Philmont Confederation
• Free Philmont Republic
18 July 2021
• Free Nakoosa Republic
26 March 2022
• Total
14.3 km2 (5.5 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• Estimate
CurrencyNew Mark
Nakoosan Dollar
Weg gogo
United States dollar
Time zoneUTC-5:45 (GWT)
Date formatmm/dd/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+1 (608)

The Free Nakoosa Republic, commonly known as Nakoosa, is a micronation that was founded on July 18, 2021, as the Free Philmont Republic. The country is situated on Lake Caste Rock in the state of Wisconsin, United States, and is a unicameral presidential republic.

Free Nakoosa Republic was founded by the Democratic Weimar Republic after a liberation mission during the Great Des Plaines Valley War. The nation's primary motivation was to establish a society based on principles of personal freedom, individual liberty, and democratic decision-making.

Nakoosa's territory encompasses a small section of land on the western shore of Lake Castle Rock. The micronation's borders are demarcated by a small fence and marked by a flag displaying the state symbol. Despite its small size, the Free Nakoosa Republic has its own government, constitution, and legal system.

The Free Nakoosa Republic operates as a unicameral presidential republic, with executive power vested in the President and legislative power held by the unicameral Parliament. The President is elected by majority vote and serves as the head of state and government. The Parliament is composed of a single chamber, and its members are elected through a proportional representation system.

Since its founding, the Free Nakoosa Republic has actively sought recognition from other nations and has embarked on a campaign to expand its diplomatic relations with the wider international community. The micronation's leadership has stated that their ultimate goal is to establish Nakoosa as a fully recognized and independent nation-state.


Nakoosa is named after the city of Nekoosa, Wisconsin although instead of a e it used an a. Mispelling names slightly is commonly used by the Des Plaines Valley Sector such as the Chavaleir Republic instead of the "Chevalier Republic" or La Bamboise instead of La Framboise. Nakoosa is heavily influenced by the Des Plaines Valley Sector as it was founded by the Democratic Weimar Republic.

National Symbols

The national flag is inspired by flags of Boy Scout troop flags. These flags commonly have the fleur-de-lis on them. The fleur-de-lis is the national symbol of Nakoosa as it was for the Philmont Confederation. The coat of arms of Nakoosa is modeled after the State seal of Wisconsin. The shield is replaced with the fleur-de-lis and the badger replaces the lead ingots next to the cornucopia.



The land where Nakoosa is now was the land of the Ho chunk and Menominee people. the land was colonized by France in 1534. it later change hands after the French and Indian War to the British. the land was later admitted to the Northwest Territory by the United States and in 1848 the state of Wisconsin. Nakoosa is on Castle Rock Lake, an artificial lake on the Wisconsin River. Before the Castle Rock Dam was completed in 1951, the area held farmlands, vast prairies, and forested knolls separated by the Wisconsin River. The area where main Nakoosa is located was founded as a Boy Scout camp, Camp Castle Rock. In the early 2000's the camp was renamed to Ed Bryant Scout Reservation. Most people, even Nakoosans, still refer to the main Nakoosa as Ed Bryant or EBSR. What is now the frontier of Nakoosa was made a Buckhorn State Park managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Philmont Confederation

Great Des Plaines Valley War

in 2021 the Philmont Confederation claimed control over the setteled regions of the area as a military base. On 11 July, Weimar forces invaded Camp Castle Rock. A campaign against the small garrison of Philmont soldiers holding out with no hope of reinforcements coming. For the first 3 days, only a small camp was liberated in the modern day province of Bavaia. however, on 13 June, a more aggressive approach was taken and half the territory was liberated by Weimar troops. The next day, heavy rain impaired operations, but near night fall, heavy fighting erupted along the roads of the territory and ended near the original camp. On the night of 17 July, the final night of occupation, small patrols were launched to disrupted the demoralized and thin supply lines of the Philmont army the 2nd Observation Regiment was also dispatched to raid the capitol building. on 18 July, the Free Philmont Republic was created shortly following the surrender of the Philmont garrison in the territory.


for a time the newly formed country was given the liberty of Self-determination however with the onset of the Cicero Spenninger, New Germany wanted to regrow it's once great empire and so it was claimed as a Commonwealth. even though it was officially part of the New German Colonial Empire it was still left to it's own devises.

Summer of Prosperity

during the Summer of 2022 New Germany at last put effort toward the territory. many workers from New Germany were sent to build up infrastructure and the economy. by midsummer the frontier was also claimed as an official part of the territory. it was ranked as the second best territory by the New German Territory ministry, the predecessor to the New German Riechs-Kommandant. however with these workers came Trolls, a group of people from the Des Plaines Valley Sector caused civil unrest causing disruption in the food supply line, a power outage, and even injury to New German Rangers. the New German Intelligence Agency went to great lenghts to keep this hidden, however many Rangers leaked the information to the Nakoosan public.

Weg Election Rigging

on the 10th of March 2023 the Free Philmont Republic would hold an election for the next Senior Chairman. during the election the New German backed Sakaive was accused of rigging the election when in fact he had never actually voted for a legitimate candidate. he lost the election over a deeply controversial single vote, also of 5 counters, 1 was voted of the council for apparent "conduct unbecoming" . during the election of the Vice Chairman again Sakaive ran and again only voted for an illegitimate candidate, the only tampering with the election it seems was for this illegitimate candidate. and when all the votes were accounted for it was found that Sakaive would have won the position of Vice Chairman. after the election it was found that a 3 of the original 5 counters were paid off by Cole Baird to rig the election. this also proves that the apparent "conduct unbecoming" was false and the council wanted to make sure that Weg backed candidates.

New Freedom Era

In late March of 2023 Cole Baird became a citizen of the FPR similar to their citizenship in other nations. Cole plans to live in Nakoosa over the summer as worker in one of the companies located in Laertes. This type of citizenship was exceptional as Cole Baird introduced the Constitution of Nakoosa to the council responsible for Nakoosa. Nakoosa has adapted the Constitution and they are now a presidential parliamentary republic. In Wegmat, Cole Baird is an attorney in the Kearsage Law Frim along with their several political offices held in Wegmat. Nakoosa now holds a special governence and are shall be governed by the people of Nakoosa and not the council, located in Priory. Along with Cole's push for more independance as a commonwealth, they also adapted the name Nakoosa to avoid confusion with Philmont Scout Ranch located in New Mexico. The government has only adopted the name Nakoosa and people in the Des Plaines Valley Sector, Nakoosa as a place is colloquilly reffered to as Ed Bryant. After the New German investigation into the election interference believed to be caused by the Wegmat Government, the Free Philmont Republic was dissolved. Once this happened Vladimir Baruh had the Weg-backed candidates located in Priory were arrested and barred from holding Nakoosan office. Vladimir was inspired to reform the Free Philmont Republic and thus had the Wisconsin Riechs-Kommandant put the Constitution into effect. Due to the location of New Germany away from Nakoosa, as well as the lack of complete control over the territory; the government in the Duchy of the FPR was dissolved and the current Nakoosan government was formed. Nakoosa was given official Commonwealth status and was de-jure left alone by New Germany. In May 2023, the new government was faced with civil unrest by Trollies located in rural "unprotected areas" in Nakoosa who wanted Independence. The New German Intelligence Agency launched an investigation into the claims by the Nakoosan government but stated that the findings were insignificant.

Nakoosa Terrorist Attack

on May 13 2023 during a visit to Nakoosa Cole Baird accompanied by Kaiser Vladimir Baruh wre attacked by Trollie nationalists who attempted to take the two leaders hostage. however New German Rangers held the nationalists off long enough for the leaders to escape. later during a patrol a dead house cat was found on the shore and Rangers were dispatched to investigate however they were forced to return after a large force of nationalists attacked them. the nationalists escaped to the frontier later that night. an investigation by the Nakoosan Military and the New German Intelligence Agency and found that a fuedal Kingdom was formed in the frontier of the Republic. the Nakoosan government has began negotiations however many New German Military Advisers began preparing New German Divisions to be sent into Nakoosa in June.

Government and Politics

The Free Nakoosa Republic operates as a unicameral presidential republic, with a government that is responsible for the administration of the country's affairs. The country's political system is based on a democratic model, with free and fair elections held regularly to ensure that the government represents the will of the people. The President serves as both the head of state and government, and is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the country. The Parliament, which is composed of a single chamber, is responsible for passing laws and providing oversight to the executive branch of government. The Free Nakoosa Republic also has an independent judiciary that is responsible for upholding the rule of law and ensuring that the rights and freedoms of citizens are protected.


The Congress of the Free Nakoosa Republic is the country's unicameral legislative body. It is composed of 16 representatives who are elected by majority vote from 16 representative districts. Each representative district is made up of 15 people, with a total of 240 citizens eligible to vote in congressional elections.

Congress is responsible for passing laws and overseeing the executive branch of government. Members of Congress serve one-year terms and are elected through a proportional representation system, which ensures that each representative district is represented in Congress based on the number of votes cast in the district.

The Congress meets regularly in the Trapper Cabin, which is located in the capital of Buckhorn View. The building is designed to accommodate the needs of the legislative branch and the executive banch, with one large chambers for conducting debates and voting sessions as well as offices for the cabinet.

In addition to passing laws, Congress also has the power to impeach the President and other high-ranking officials of the government for crimes and misdemeanors. A simple majority vote is required in the Congress to approve an impeachment, after which a trial is held in the judicial system to determine the guilt or innocence of the accused.

The Congress also has the power to levy taxes, regulate commerce, and declare war. These powers are carefully balanced by the Constitution to ensure that the government operates in a responsible and effective manner, while also protecting the rights and freedoms of citizens.

Law and Order

The Free Nakoosa Republic has a well-defined legal system that ensures the protection of individual rights and maintains law and order within the country. The legal system of Nakoosa is based on the country's Constitution, which outlines the powers and responsibilities of the government and provides a framework for the operation of the legal system.

The national police force of the Free Nakoosa Republic is known as the Nakoosa Rangers. The Rangers are responsible for maintaining law and order within the country, enforcing the laws of the land, and protecting the rights and freedoms of citizens. They are organized under the jurisdiction of the President and the Department of Interior Affairs, which oversees all aspects of law enforcement in the country.

The legal system of the Free Nakoosa Republic includes two tiers of courts, with the Supreme Court of Nakoosa serving as the court of last resort and the constitutional court. The Supreme Court is responsible for hearing appeals from lower courts, as well as interpreting the Constitution and other laws of the country. The Constitutional Court is responsible for ensuring that all laws and actions of the government are in compliance with the Constitution.

In addition to the Supreme Court, there are eight local courts that serve combined congressional representative districts. These courts are responsible for handling criminal and civil procedures, as well as some appeals. The local courts of Nakoosa are presided over by judges who are appointed by the two congressional representatives.

The legal system of the Free Nakoosa Republic is designed to ensure that justice is served fairly and efficiently. All citizens of the country are entitled to legal representation and due process of law, regardless of their social or economic status. The government of Nakoosa is committed to upholding the rule of law and ensuring that the rights and freedoms of its citizens are protected.


The Cabinet of the Free Nakoosa Republic is composed of the President and the heads of the executive departments of the government. The Cabinet is responsible for advising the President on matters of policy and overseeing the implementation of government programs and initiatives.

The executive departments of the Free Nakoosa Republic are as follows:

Department of Foreign Affairs - responsible for conducting foreign relations with other countries and international organizations.

Department of War - responsible for ensuring the security and defense of the country and its citizens.

Department of Interior Affairs - responsible for maintaining law and order within the country, as well as overseeing the Nakoosa Rangers.

Department of Finance - responsible for managing the country's finances and budget, as well as overseeing taxation and revenue collection.

Department of Commerce and Transportation - responsible for overseeing and managing transportation and regulating commerce and trade.

Department of Education - responsible for overseeing the country's educational system.

Department of Health - responsible for managing the country's healthcare system, including hospitals, medical centers, and other healthcare facilities.

Department of Environment - responsible for protecting the natural resources and environment of the country, as well as promoting sustainable development.

Department of Culture and Tourism - responsible for promoting the country's cultural heritage and tourism industry, as well as overseeing the country's museums and cultural institutions.

Each executive department is headed by a Minister who is appointed by the President and approved by the Congress. The Ministers are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of their respective departments and implementing government policy in their areas of responsibility.


The Free Nakoosa Republic has a large and well-equipped military force for a micronation. The country's military is tasked with the responsibility of defending the nation's territorial integrity and sovereignty against external threats.

The Army of the Free Nakoosa Republic is made up of eight divisions, each with a specific function, namely 1st Lethal Arms Division, 2nd Infantry Division, 3rd Infantry Division, 4th Infantry Division, 5th Armored Division, 6th Armored Division, 7th Engineering Division, 8th Special Division, and 66th expedition regiment . The 1st Lethal Arms Division is the only division equipped with lethal weapons, including shotguns, rifles, and bows. The other seven divisions of the Army are equipped with airsoft weapons, which are used for non-lethal purposes. Each division is responsible for the defense of the region they represent and provides support to the Nakoosa Rangers in maintaining internal security.

The Navy of the Free Nakoosa Republic is composed of three fleets: the Northern Fleet, the Eastern Fleet, and the Western Fleet. The Navy claims to be the largest micronational navy and is primarily composed of small sailboats, canoes, kayaks, and a single pontoon classified as a battleship. The Northern Fleet is responsible for patrolling the northern part of the country's lakes and waterways, while the Eastern Fleet patrols the eastern region, and the Western Fleet is responsible for the Western region. The Navy provides support for coastal defense and can quickly respond to any threats from the water.

The Air Force of the Free Nakoosa Republic is equipped with three wings: the Northern Wing, the Naval Wing, and the Southern Wing. Each wing is responsible for a specific geographic area of the country. The Air Force is equipped with eight drones and model aircraft, which are used for small combat, surveillance and reconnaissance purposes. The Air Force does not possess any lethal weapons and is responsible for defending the country's airspace and providing support for ground operations.

The military of the Free Nakoosa Republic is large and capable. The country's military personnel are well-trained and well-equipped to handle any external threats to the nation. Although the country's military is not lethally armed, it remains a strong force that is committed to defending the nation's sovereignty and the safety of its citizens. The military is also responsible for disaster relief efforts, including providing aid and support to areas affected by natural disasters or other emergencies.

Foreign Affairs

Nakoosa is a micronation that maintains diplomatic relations with other micronations around the world. In particular, it has established relations with a number of micronations in the Des Plaines Valley Sector, including the Federal Union of Wegmat, Confederation of Weimar, and the now defunct Grand Republic of United Salado. These nations have embassies in Nakoosa's capital, Buckhorn View, and Nakoosa also maintains embassies in their respective capitals.

The diplomatic relations with these micronations include regular communication on matters of mutual interest, as well as cultural and economic exchanges. These exchanges can range from formal visits and discussions between diplomats, to informal exchanges of art, music, and other cultural expressions.

In addition to its relationships with other micronations, Nakoosa also seeks to establish positive relationships with other nations and international organizations outside of the micronational community. As a small and developing nation, Nakoosa is committed to establishing peaceful and cooperative relationships with other nations and organizations, while also promoting its own unique culture and interests on the global stage.

Status as Commonwealth


A sunset over Castle Rock Lake as seen from the Nakoosan lakeshore.

Nakoosa is a small national republic located in south central Wisconsin on Castle Rock Lake. The nation is divided into two distinct regions and two peninsulas, each with its own unique geography and natural features.

The southern region of Nakoosa is situated on a slight peninsula into Lake Castle Rock. The eastern part of this peninsula is a rural area dominated by the Necedah Range, which is a popular destination for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. The largest city in this region is Bavaria, located in the eastern area. The central part of the southern peninsula is also very rural, with open land and fields. The northern coast of the southern region is where the nation's capital, Buckhorn View, is located. This area is dominated by coastal towns and the city of Bavaria. The eastern coast is characterized by a pine forest that lines the lake, as well as several large towns such as Petra and Pine Cove. The field in the southern part of the south peninsula is the most industrial and developed area, with the nation's largest city, Portofino, located here. South of a Wisconsin County Highway is the city of Kozy, which is home to a popular pizza restaurant.

The north peninsula of Nakoosa, known as the Buckhorn Peninsula, is currently a frontier for the nation. The region is largely undeveloped, with very few communities besides the town of Barrenville, which is the center of the Buckhorn Peninsula's economy and politics. The peninsula is divided into two territories, the Archipelago Territory in the southern end of the peninsula, which includes several islands, and the Barrens Territory to the north, where Barrenville is located.

The natural features of Nakoosa are diverse and unique. The southern region of the nation is characterized by a mix of forests, fields, and wetlands. The pine forest on the eastern coast is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, foxes, and raccoons. The Necedah Mountain Range is a popular destination for hiking, and the surrounding area is home to many species of birds, including bald eagles and ospreys. The wetlands in the southern part of the south peninsula are an important habitat for migratory birds, and are also home to a variety of amphibians and reptiles.

The Buckhorn Peninsula in the north is characterized by its rugged, natural beauty. The region is home to several lakes and rivers, which are popular destinations for fishing. The forests in the area are home to many species of wildlife.


Nakoosa's climate is classified as a warm-summer humid continental climate (Köppen: Dfa) with cold, snowy winters and warm, humid summers. The area experiences four distinct seasons with large temperature differences between them. The average annual temperature in Nakoosa is around 7.2 °C (45.0 °F). January is the coldest month with an average temperature of −7.8 °C (18.0 °F), while July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 21.1 °C (70.0 °F).

The area receives a significant amount of precipitation throughout the year, with an average annual rainfall of around 850 mm (33 in) and snowfall of around 110 cm (43 in). The wettest months are typically May, June, and July, while the driest months are typically January and February.

Nakoosa also experiences frequent thunderstorms, with an average of around 32 thunderstorm days per year. The area is also prone to tornadoes, with an average of around 1-2 tornadoes per year. Overall, Nakoosa's climate is influenced by its location in the Midwest region of the United States and the surrounding Great Lakes, which can lead to significant weather changes throughout the year.

Political Geography


Cuisine and Drink

Nakoosa's cuisine and drink are heavily influenced by the state of Wisconsin, as the nation is located in the heart of the state. Wisconsin is known for its cheese, bratwurst, and beer. Cheese curds, a popular snack in Wisconsin, can be found in many restaurants and convenience stores throughout Nakoosa. Bratwurst, a type of sausage commonly grilled and served on a bun, is a popular food item at festivals and cookouts in Nakoosa.

Beer is not a significant part of Nakoosa's culinary culture. In fact alcohol is prohibited to sell in Nakoosa making it a dry nation.

In addition to traditional Wisconsin cuisine, Nakoosa also has its unique dishes. One popular local dish is the Nakoosa pizza, which is made with a thin crust and topped with sausage, mushrooms, onions, and cheese. The pizza is often served with a side of garlic bread and marinara sauce.

Another local favorite is the Nakoosa cheeseburger, which is made with a thick beef patty and topped with cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion. The cheeseburger is often served with a side of fries or onion rings. The Nakoosa burger's patty derives from Wegmat and is similar or the same as a Mick's Mighty and Meaty Burger

Nakoosa is home to a variety of desserts. One popular dessert is the Nakoosa cream puff, a pastry filled with whipped cream and topped with powdered sugar. Another popular dessert is cherry and pie, made with locally grown cherries. Sprefpher Root Beer is sold in Nakoosa and is very popular.


The architecture of Nakoosa is heavily influenced by the rustic charm of log cabins. The majority of buildings in the nation are log cabins, which are commonly used as homes and public buildings. The use of logs in building construction is a nod to the region's history of logging and the abundance of timber in the area. The log cabins are often embellished with decorative elements such as porches, chimneys, and gabled roofs.

In addition to log cabins, picnic pavilions, similarly to Wegmat, are also a common sight in Nakoosa. These open-air structures are often used for outdoor gatherings, general shelter and events, and feature a simple yet sturdy design that complements the natural surroundings. The pavilions are typically made from wood or metal and are often adorned with decorative elements such as cupolas, lanterns, or banners.

While log cabins and picnic pavilions are the predominant architectural styles in Nakoosa, there are also some examples of more modern styles, particularly in the larger cities. In these areas, you can find buildings made of brick, concrete, and wood paneling that feature sleek lines and contemporary designs. Despite this, the use of log cabins and rustic elements remains a defining feature of Nakoosa's architectural landscape.


The Nakoosa Summer Games is a highly anticipated six-week-long sporting event that takes place for six Fridays during the summer. The games involve various sports and games, including traditional sports such as basketball, volleyball, and soccer, as well as unique games such as boat races, archery, lumberjack compretitions, tug-of-war, and water balloon toss. The event is open to all residents of Nakoosa and is highly competitive, with many individuals and teams training for weeks in advance to prepare for the games. The games attract large crowds of locals and visitors alike, making it one of the most popular events of the year in Nakoosa.

Apart from the summer games, other popular sports and activities in Nakoosa include hiking, camping, and fishing. The Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, located just a short drive from the capital city of Buckhorn View, offers opportunities for wildlife viewing and birdwatching, as well as hunting and fishing. Within the nation there is the Nakoosa National Monument System which has seven national monuments for hikinh.


Laertes is a prominent industrial city in Nakoosa.

Nakoosa's economy is mainly focused on the production of wooden products, with manufacturing centers located in the industrial cities of Laertes, Handiswamp, and Petra's. These centers produce various items such as furniture, decorative items, and building materials. In addition to this, the town has a thriving agricultural sector, with farmers producing crops such as tomatoes, peppers, and carrots. Other important industries in Nakoosa include tourism and service-oriented businesses, catering to the numerous visitors who come to enjoy the town's scenic natural beauty and recreational opportunities. Small-scale retail and local crafts also contribute to the town's economy.


The manufacturing industry is a significant part of Nakoosa's economy. The wooden products industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the country, with many companies specializing in creating furniture, wooden toys, and other household items. The industrial cities of Laertes, Handiswamp, and Petra's are the main centers of production, with several factories located in these areas. Many of these factories are family-owned and operated, with a focus on creating high-quality, handcrafted goods. The Nakoosa government provides support to these businesses through tax incentives, low-interest loans, and other programs to encourage growth in the manufacturing sector. Additionally, the government promotes sustainable practices in manufacturing to protect the environment and ensure the long-term viability of the industry.


Agriculture plays a role in Nakoosa's economy, with most of the food produced in small gardens. The country's cooler climate and shorter growing seasons limit the types of crops that can be grown. However, some farmers still cultivate a variety of fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and strawberries. The nation's agriculture is mainly focused on sustainable and organic practices, with many farmers practicing composting and using natural fertilizers. In addition, there are a few small-scale farms that produce eggs, honey, and other products. Nakoosa has a major farmers' market during the summer months where residents can buy fresh produce and other locally-made goods.


The Prime Port of Nakoosa is a major hub for trade and many other commerce activites in Nakoosa.

Fishing is a popular activity in Nakoosa due to its location on Castle Rock Lake and its territorial waters. There are various species of freshwater fish that can be caught in the area, including walleye, musky, northern pike, bass, panfish, and catfish. Walleye is a highly prized game fish that can be found in abundance in the lake, especially during the spring and fall seasons. Musky, also known as the "king of freshwater fish," is another popular game fish that can be caught in the area. Northern pike and bass are also common catches, and panfish such as bluegill and crappie are plentiful and easy to catch. Additionally, catfish can be found in the river and lake, and they are known for their excellent taste and fighting ability. Fishing tournaments and derbies are occasionally held in Nakoosa, and the community enjoys celebrating the annual Fishing Opener in early May.


Tourism is an important industry in Nakoosa, due to its location on Castle Rock Lake and its proximity to the popular tourist destination of Wisconsin Dells. The country offers a range of outdoor recreational activities, such as fishing, boating, camping, and hiking in the Buckhorn Peninsula. Visitors can also explore the small towns and rural areas of Nakoosa, which offer a glimpse into the region's history and culture. The town hosts several annual events, such as the Nakoosa Winterfest and the Nakoosa Summer Games, which attract visitors from around the region. Additionally, the nation has several resorts, lodges, and cabins that offer accommodations to tourists. Overall, Nakoosa's natural beauty and recreational opportunities make it a popular destination for tourists seeking outdoor adventures and relaxation.


Education is highly valued in the Free Nakoosa Republic, with a focus on practical skills that can be applied in the local economy. The National University of Handicrafts in Handiswamp is a public university that teaches basic handicraft skills and jobs performed at the National WoodProduct Plant of Handiswamp. Students can learn woodworking, furniture making, and other skills related to the local timber industry. The university system is operated by the Department of Education, and tuition is relatively low.

The Nakoosa University of Handicrafts, located in Laertes, is a chartered university that teaches more advanced skills related to the timber industry. Students can learn about sawmilling, woodworking, and furniture design, among other topics. The university is also affiliated with the Laertes WoodProduct Plant, providing students with opportunities for practical experience.

For those interested in the arts, the National University of the Arts in Traposti is an excellent choice. The university offers programs in photography, painting, sculpture, film, and theater. The curriculum is designed to foster creativity and artistic expression while providing practical skills for students who wish to pursue careers in the arts.

The National University of the Navy, located in Buckhorn View, prepares students for careers in the Nakoosa Merchant Marine. The university offers programs in navigation, seamanship, and marine engineering. Students can also learn about the principles of maritime law and international trade. The university is closely linked to the Nakoosa Merchant Marine, providing students with opportunities for hands-on experience.

For students interested in technology, the National University of STEM, located in Peter Rice, is an excellent choice. The university offers programs in computer science, engineering, and mathematics. Students can learn about software development, robotics, and other cutting-edge technologies. The university is well-equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and has close ties to local tech companies.

The National University of Ecology and Conservation, located in Petra's, teaches environmental science and agriculture. Students can learn about sustainable agriculture, environmental policy, and conservation biology. The university is affiliated with several local conservation organizations, providing students with opportunities for hands-on research and fieldwork.

Overall, the education system in the Free Nakoosa Republic is designed to provide students with practical skills that can be applied in the local economy. The emphasis on trades and vocational education has helped to build a skilled workforce that can support the Woodworking industry, tourism, and other key sectors of the economy.


Nakoosa's infrastructure is characterized by its ruggedness and simplicity. The majority of the transportation network consists of dirt roads and trails, which can be challenging to navigate in inclement weather. Despite this, the transportation network connects the major towns and cities of Nakoosa. Electricity is primarily limited to the largest towns and cities, while running water is available throughout the country during the summer.


The utility infrastructure in Nakoosa primarily focuses on electricity, gas, plumbing, and internet. The electric grid is located in the eastern area of the southern peninsula and covers Portofino, Buckhorn View, Laertes, Trapoli, Petra, and Kozy, providing full power and gas. However, Bavaria and Handiswamp have limited electricity with no gas coverage. Running water is available throughout Nakoosa, and plumbing systems are in place in all towns and cities. As for internet, most areas rely on satellite and cellular networks for connectivity, with limited fiber optic coverage. The cost of utilities is covered through taxation. Internet is avaible in Peter Rice and Portofino.


Nakoosa's transportation system primarily relies on its road network, with the Southern Peninsula having three main wide roads. The Big Loop covers the western parts of the peninsula, while the Small Loop covers the eastern parts. The Nakoosa National Highway 1 is the only paved road in the region, running from the border with the United States past Peter Rice to Portofino. There are five other roads for automobiles, with the rest of the national road system meant for bikes and pedestrians.

In terms of water transportation, two private companies, Bavaria and Laertes Shipping, as well as the Yellow River Shipping Company, run the ferry industries that take passengers across the coastal areas, notably to and from the Southern and Northern Peninsulas. However, Nakoosa lacks any rail or air coverage, which can be a challenge for those looking to travel longer distances or transport goods quickly. Nonetheless, the ferry system is a reliable and popular mode of transportation for both locals and tourists.


The National Hospital of Nakoosa in Peter Rice is the primary healthcare facility for the residents of Nakoosa. It offers a range of medical services, including emergency care, inpatient and outpatient services, and surgical procedures. The hospital is staffed by a team of skilled medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, and support staff. In addition to the National Hospital, there are four other smaller medical centers located throughout the region, which primarily provide first aid services to residents.

Despite the limited number of healthcare facilities, the Nakoosa government places a strong emphasis on the health and well-being of its citizens. The government provides funding for public health initiatives, including vaccination campaigns and disease prevention programs. Additionally, the government encourages healthy living through education and awareness programs, promoting physical activity, healthy eating habits, and regular health check-ups.

Despite these efforts, there are still challenges to accessing healthcare in some remote parts of the region. The lack of transportation infrastructure can make it difficult for residents in rural areas to travel to healthcare facilities. The Nakoosa government is working to address these challenges by investing in telemedicine technologies, which allow residents to access medical consultations remotely. Additionally, community health workers are trained and deployed to provide basic medical care and advice in rural areas.