Colville Flour Mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Colville is a small city in the Rocky Mountains region of Washington. It is the county seat of Stevens County.

Get in

Colville surrounds the intersection of State Highway 395 (the north/south main highway through town) and Rte 20 which heads generally east through the hills towards Tiger, going through part of the Colville National Forest. Arriving by private vehicle or bike is probably the easiest and most convenient.

Get around

The main business district of Colville isn't very large - a few blocks long at most, so park your car and walk. Lots of easy parking is available just off Main St.



All of the essential retail outlets are available for travelers to resupply with at least several good sized grocery stores, a couple of thrift stores and auto parts outlets.




Internet facilities are available at the Colville Public Library - 195 S Oak St as well as several cafes along Main St.

Go next

Routes through Colville

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