Colville National Forest: Little Pend Oreille ORV System

LENGTH 67.5 miles
ELEVATION Beginning: 3000' at trailhead
At highest point: 5248'

Mill Creek- travel state Route 20 for 26 miles east of Colville and then follow county road 4954 for 1/4 miles to trail head. Clark Creek- travel state Route 20 for 20 miles east of Colville and turn on Forest Service road 2389. Frater Lake- travel state Route 20 for 29 miles east of Coville. Trailhead is adjacent to state Route 20.

ATTRACTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS The Little Pend Oreille trail system includes 67.5 miles of loop trails that provide access to Thomas Mountain, Green Mountain, and Granite Peak. System offers several short loops on the trail which connects to the Batey-Bould trail system. Huckleberries, wild flowers and scenic views.
USE Heavy
DIFFICULTY Easy to Most Difficult

Northeast Washington is a camping paradise ... and it is all inside the Colville National Forest. You can take your pick of camping experiences from an array of settings from dry ponderosa pine forests to high-country subalpine fir. Set up your tent at a dispersed site along the crystal-clear streams in the Kettle Range or the beautiful Salmo-Priest Wilderness Area. If you are in the mood for a less rustic experience, stay at one of the Collvile national forest's 28 developed campgrounds.

Where ever you stay, remember that you are responsible for helping care for the land and facilities. Most non-fee campgrounds do not have garbage service, so please pack it out. Be sure to take your own water to campsites where water is not available.

Sullivan Lake East, West and Group sites are reservation campgrounds. Call 1-877-444-6777 or e-mail at to reserve a campsite. All other campgrounds are first-come, first-served.

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Colville National Forest
Trail Miles
ATV, Dirt Bike, Truck, UTV
General Trail, Hills, River
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