Gold Mountain RV Park is conveniently located alongside North Highway 21
just 3/4 of a mile off of Highway 20.
4 Old Kettle Falls Rd.
Republic, WA 99166
About 2 ½ miles east of Republic, Hwy. 20 intersects with North Hwy. 21 at Pine Grove Junction (Cenex gas station and restaurant).
From this intersection, head north about 3/4 of a mile. You will see Gold Mountain RV Park on your right.
Turn right on Old Kettle Falls Rd.
Take the first right into the log entryway.
If you are coming from Tonasket Hwy 20 into Republic take a right turn at the Stop sign. Stay on Hwy 20/21 until you see the Cenex gas station then follow directions above.
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Mileage from RV PARK to:
Republic: ~ 4 miles
Sherman Pass Scenic Byway 20: ~ 3/4 mile
Closest Gas Station: Cenex ~ 3/4 of a mile
Canadian Border (Danville Port of Entry): 30 miles
Curlew Lake State Park: 5.7 miles
Ferry County Fairgrounds: ~ 1 mile
Rails To Trails (Tiger Trail): ~ 1 mile
Closest Restaurant: Pine Grove Junction Café ~ 3/4 of a mile
Keller Ferry hours
6:00 A.M. to Midnight /7 days per week.
Ferry service in “on-demand” avoiding unnecessary empty runs. The Ferry crew can observe both landings and remain at the north or south landing until a vehicle appears needing to cross in either direction.
1-888-808-7977 for up-to-date Ferry info
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Last run is at 11:30 P.M.
Ferry info – The M/V Sanpoil, also known as the Keller Ferry, is 116 feet in length with a 45 foot beam. The capacity of the vessel is 20 cars. The vessel can carry a legally-loaded truck and trailer combination up to 105,500 lbs. The maximum vehicle length is 100ft.
Canada Border Crossing hours
The Danville-Carson Border Crossing connects the town of Danville, Washington with Grand Forks, British Columbia. This border station, built in 1988, was among the first joint US-Canadian border stations, with each agency occupying a portion of a single building. Border Crossing hours are 8.00 A.M. to Midnight ever day.
US phone (509) 779-4862 – Canadian phone (250) 442-5551
The Ferry-Midway Border Crossing connects the town of Curlew, Washington with the Midway, British Columbia. Canada has had a Customs office at this crossing since 1896, which coincided with the gold rush boom in the area. As the mining boom subsided, the population of the town of Ferry Washington waned, and has effectively disappeared. The current US border station was built in 1936, and the Canadian border stations was built in 1951. Border Crossing hours are 9.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. ever day.
US phone (509) 779-4655 – Canadian phone (250) 449-2331