The Ferry County Rail-Trail is a 25-mile, non-motorized public trail located in Northeast Washington State. This family friendly facility highlights the area’s cultural heritage and natural beauty, offering a fun, safe, healthy community connector as well as a first-rate outdoor recreational experience. Situated in the valley west of the Kettle River Mountain Range this former railroad turned rail-trail connects four charming towns, two school complexes and provides 15 miles of waterfront access. The trail is open to the public seven days a week, no ticket or parking pass required.
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