Deer Creek Summit South Trailhead / Sno-Park


Located at the summit of the Boulder Deer Highway (County Road 602) on the south side of the highway.

Provides access to:


  • No picnic table
  • No fire pit
  • No drinking water
  • Toilet
  • No garbage disposal - Please pack it out

At a Glance

Fees No
Permit Info: Washington State Sno-Park Permit required December 1 through April 30
Open Season: Year Round
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns:
  • 14 miles from Orient, WA
  • 32 miles from Republic, WA
  • 33 miles from Kettle Falls, WA
Operated By: Forest Service and Washington State Parks

General Information

  • Parking at this trailhead is a large pull out on the highway with plenty of space for large trailers, or RVs.
  • During the winter there is plowed space for 20 vehicles.


From Republic, WA:  Take highway 21 north 22 miles to Curlew. Turn right on County Road 602 (Deer Creek Highway) for 10 miles. The trailhead will be on your right at the summit of the highway.

Google map directions from Republic, WA

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  Elevation : 
4,640 feet


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