Kettle Falls Attractions and Activities

Kettle Falls Attractions and Activities

Kettle Falls is the mecca for the outdoor enthusiast. Located next to the shores of Lake Roosevelt you will find several park service campgrounds ranging in size from “tents only” to larger RV pads. Kettle Falls has a marina and offers houseboat rentals, boat gas, boat storage and a small retail store.  Lake Roosevelt has a variety of fish, sandy beaches and lots of room for recreational boating. If you want to enjoy the mountains, head up Sherman Pass for hiking trails and a scenic view.

There is a rich history for the Kettle Falls area.  You can visit the Historical Society or St. Paul’s mission to find out more.

The quaint town of Kettle Falls has some key places to visit.  The Old Apple Warehouse offers a variety of treasures, from antiques to plants and coffee.  Down the street you will find the Woodland Theatre.  This Theatre has some outstanding productions and offers performances by local community members. The local Brewery is a town favorite with original beer, food and entertainment.  Backyard BBQ has unbeatable slow, smoked meat.  There are two parks to visit in town. If you enjoy shooting, check out the Gun Club.

Kettle Falls has a good climate for growing fruits and vegetable.  There are local orchards to buy a variety of produce.  If wine is more your thing take a tour of the China Bend Winery or the Fruitland Winery.

You will find Kettle Falls to be a small town with a lot to offer.

 

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Tammy Ringer

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