Batey-Bould Trailhead

Area Status: Open

Batey-Bould Trail system is a series of interconnected loops and provides 40 miles of motorcycle (single track) routes. Numerous bridges and puncheons travel across creeks and seeps. The Tacoma Peak Trail #309 and Boulder Mountain Trail #311 loops offer a number of steep climbs and descents for advanced riders. The Batey-Bould Trail #306 links to the 45-mile Little Pend Oreille Motorized Trail System.

View the Pend Oreille River Valley from Tacoma Peak and Boulder Mountain loops, and visit the Uptagraph Homestead Site on Batey-Bould Trail #306. The terrain in this motorcycle trail system ranges from meadows to mountain peaks.

Logging in the area may impact accessability.

At a Glance

Area Amenities: Tent camping, Camping trailer, Picnic tables, Toilets, Drinking water, Parking
Open Season: Year-round, weather dependent
Usage: Medium
  • Quiet hours between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
  • Campfires in developed fire pits only        
  • Fireworks are prohibited
  • Pets must be on leash       
  • OHV use prohibited in the campground. Motocycles only.          
  • Maximum length of stay: 14 days
  • Food and wildlife attractants must be properly stored at all times
Closest Towns: Newport, WA
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General Information


From Newport, WA:  Follow State Highway 20 north to Cusick. Proceed through Cusick and follow the highway for another half mile to the intersection of Kapps Lane (County Road 2341). This route is marked with large directional signs from Highway 20 to the trailhead. Turn left onto Kapps Lane and follow it for one mile until it intersects with West Calispell Road (County Road 9205). At this intersection, turn right and proceed for two miles to the intersection of West Calispell and Sicley Road (County Road 2341). Turn left onto Sicley Road and follow it for 1.5 miles to the trailhead area which is located on the left side of the road.

Latitude 48.37111111 Longitude -117.3722222

Recreation Map

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Mountain Biking

Suitable for mountain bikers who enjoy a challenge.

Campground Camping

RV Camping

Horse Riding

Even though trail system is motorized, it provides varied terrain for horseback riding. Less motorized use on weekdays. 

OHV Trail Riding

Difficulty Level: Easy to More Difficult


Camping trailer: Maximum vehicle length 25 feet
Picnic tables: No Day Use Fee
Tent camping: Fee free campground
Parking: No Day Use Fee
Toilets: Vault
Drinking water: Not available. Surface water should be treated.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities



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2,500 feet