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Pierre Lake Trail

Eastern Washington


Eastern Washington


1.64 miles, roundtrip


Highest Point: 2020 ft.


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Explore the shore as you camp on Pierre Lake in Colville National Forest. This trail spans between the Forest boundary and the campground. This trail is great for viewing wildlife, especially bird watching. Fishermen use it for fishing on the lake. It is a short trail that provides access to the lake, and is a pleasurable walk for those looking to explore the area.

The lake itself has largemouth bass, black crappie, bullhead catfish, an occasional kokanee, and several kinds of trout living in it, peaking the interest of fisherman. Motorized and non-motorized boats are allowed on the lake, and the lake is open year-round.


Pierre Lake Trail

Map & Directions


Eastern Washington

Colville National Forest, Kettle Falls Ranger District

Getting There

From Kettle Falls, WA: Head west on US-395 for 14.7. Turn right onto Barstow Bridge Rd for 1 mile. Turn left onto Pierre Lake Rd for 8.7 miles. Pierre Lake is on the right.


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