The actual Kettle Falls are not around anymore - they, like so many other things in the valley, were destroyed when they built the Grand Coulee Dam at the south end of Lake Roosevelt.
One thing that wasn't destroyed by the dam is the Kettle Falls Mission. This building is roughly 150 years old. It was restored a few years ago.
Don't expect anything too interesting here - this is just an old building. It's empty inside, no walls, no furniture, no artifacts. Still, it is an interesting stop worthy of about 10 minutes of your time.
There is a museum at the start of the road. The museum showcases the origins of Fort Colville (which is also at the bottom of the lake, thanks to the dam!), the local Indians, and the influence that the salmon used to have on this area. From the museum, the actual mission is about 3 miles down a good gravel road.
The Grand Coulee Dam is about an hour's drive from Two Rivers Campground, if you take the "Miles Creston" road. This is a great paved road that runs from Miles to Creston. It is a lot more scenic than the road that goes south to Davenport & north to Miles, too.
This dam is reportedly the largest dam in North America. It is big. There is a good interpretive centre at the lower dam that is very informative & explains the dam, the area, and the local people.
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