Kettle River

The Kettle River begins its journey to the Columbia River at Holmes Lake in British Columbia.

It first enters the U.S. at Midway in Ferry County, Washington. It then loops down, south east, to Curlew, WA.; then heads north east to Danville, where it crosses back into Canada. The Kettle River then re-enters the U.S. at Laurier in Stevens County, where it proceeds south to join with the Columbia River, near Boyds, Washington. While on its journey through Ferry County, it provides residents and vacationers with opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, bird-watching, and photography.

A hot summer day spent in the Kettle River. Located at the bridge between Customs Road and Kettle River Rd, Curlew, WA 99118.
A hot summer day spent in the Kettle River. Located at the bridge between Customs Road and Kettle River Rd, Curlew, WA 99118.
Bend in the river. Kettle River north of Curlew, Wa.
Bend in the river. Kettle River north of Curlew, Wa.
View from Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA.
View from Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA.
View from bridge between Customs Road and Kettle River Rd, Curlew, WA 99118. Approx. 8 miles west of the town of Curlew.
View from bridge between Customs Road and Kettle River Rd, Curlew, WA 99118. Approx. 8 miles west of the town of Curlew.