Ten-Mile Campground on the San Poil River

Camp and trout fish on the San Poil River….

Ten Mile Campground is located just off of Hwy. 21 and adjacent to the San Poil River. The shallow, bubbling waters of the San Poil provide cool relief from the summer heat and opportunities for anglers and fly fishers to catch a dinner of brook trout.

With only a handful of sites and no community water available, the campground’s charm and riverfront location is often bypassed by weekend visitors looking for more amenities. For campers willing to carry in their own water, the amenities provided by Mother Nature may prove enough.


Maintained by the US Forest Service, the Ten Mile Campground provide picnic tables and fire grills for each unit, garbage service, and centrally located vault toilets throughout the campground. Most campsites are tree-shaded.

Nine tent & trailer sites (five east side and 4 west side); 2 tent sites (east side).


Stock or replenish your grocery, camping, hunting, and fishing supplies 10 miles north on Hwy. 21 in the town of Republic, Washington.


Warning: Map is informational only and not to scale. Consult an up-to-date topographical map before traveling these roads and trails. FerryCounty.com makes no claims as to the accuracy of the map.

For More Information

For more information and a complete list of Colville National Forest hiking, biking, and riding trails contact:

Republic Ranger District

650 E Delaware
Republic WA 99166
(509) 775-7400

Colville Forest Information

755 South Main Street
Colville, WA 99114

Creek that runs through Ten-mile Campground on the San Poil River.
Ten-mile Campground on San Poil River.
Tree-shaded camp site at Ten-mile campground.
Ten-mile camp sites are tree shaded, and include picnic tables
Map of Ten-Mile Campground Area. Map is illustration and is not to scale.
Map of Ten-Mile Campground Area. Map is illustration and is not to scale.