Just south of the Town of Kettle Falls, Meyers Falls is located along the Colville River. In the springtime it is a continuous 133′ waterfall cascading down the rocks. The Falls are named after Louther Meyers, who bought the rights to use water power from the Hudson’s Bay Company. There was a brick factory, a saw mill, a grist mill, and a hydroelectric project built here over the years. Both the Hudson’s Bay Grist Mill and the Meyers Falls Power Plant have been added to the National Registry of Historic Places.
Pack your picnic or your backpack and enjoy some outdoor time near the quaint town of Kettle Falls.
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