Ferry – Midway Border Crossing

Ferry Midway border crossing 

Ferry Midway border crossing

The Ferry – Midway border crossing links Curlew, Washington and Midway, British Columbia. Curlew is an unincorporated community with 118 residents based on the 2010 US Census. Midway is also a small community-a village with a little over 600 residents.

 

Hours of Operations & Wait Times

Vehicles heading to the US, both passenger and commercial, can pass through the Ferry WA border crossing daily from 9 am to 5 pm. Passenger vehicles heading to Canada can pass through the border daily from 9 am to 5 pm as well. Commercial vehicles, however, are limited to weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm except for holidays.

 

Weather, Traffic & Road Conditions

To gather traffic information in British Columbia heading to the Ferry-Midway border, please call 1-800-550-4997. You can also get traffic and weather conditions in the state of Washington through their 511 hotline. For callers outside Washington, please dial 1-800-695-ROAD (7623). The Department of Transportation in Washington also gives updates on travel alerts here.For the weather forecast in Midway, please visit here.

 

Contact & Directions for Your Trip

If you want to learn more about crossing the Ferry-Midway border, you can inquire with the US or Canadian Customs office located there. Please view the contact information below. You can also find the border inspection agencies through the map and directions we’ve posted below.

Find Directions to the Border Crossing on the Map

How to Get to the Border?
The US port is located along Customs Road, just 10 miles northwest of Curlew, Washington. The Canadian port is along Dominion Street, 2.5 miles from Midway, British Columbia.

Address & Phone Numbers

U.S.A
  • U.S.:1377 Customs Road, Curlew, WA 99118
  • US Customs: 1 (509) 779-4655
Canada
  • Canada:100 Dominion Street, Midway BC V0H 1M0
  • Canadian Customs: 1(250) 449-2331
 

Things to Know About the Ferry – Midway Border Crossing:

  • Midway has several local attractions for tourists, one of which is the Kettle Valley Rail Trail-an abandoned railway bed that has become a popular mountain bike trail.
  • Just 12 miles south of Curlew is Tiffany’s Resort where you can rent a waterfront cabin or park your RV right along the shore of Curlew Lake which is famous for year-round fishing.
  • Travelers passing by Curlew may want to stop by and visit the historically preserved Ansorge Hotel which was built in 1903 and turned into a museum in the mid-nineteen hundreds.
  • The Ferry County seat, which is also the largest community in the county, is Republic, located just 21 miles away.
 

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