Kettle Falls, northwest of Colville, has long been an important site to the Native Americans, who traveled to the falls to fish for salmon. Although the falls were inundated by the filling of Lake Roosevelt behind Grand Coulee Dam, visitors are still attracted to the area for many year-round outdoor activities available on the lake and in the surrounding forest. The nearby city of Kettle Falls has a unique community spirit. Each year they vote for the town "Grouch," and each vote costs a quarter. The money raised goes to community improvements.
Kettle Falls Trip Ideas
NEIGHBORLY RELATIONS Land in Washington—or is it Canada?—at Avey Field in Laurier. This unique airport features a gravel runway that spans the United States... Read More
Dude ranches K-Diamond-K and Bull Hill Guest Ranch are located about 70 miles apart, with Kettle Falls between them. To the west, Eden Valley Guest Ranch... Read More
From Tonasket along the Okanogan River, SR 20 heads east, twisting and climbing into the pine-scented Okanogan Highlands. You can camp and fish at the serene... Read More
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