is an unincorporated
community in Okanogan County, Washington
and was named for a nearby (and now-closed) mine. Nighthawk is a (mostly former) logging
area along Loomis-Oroville Highway
west-northwest of Oroville, Washington
. Nighthawk also features a border crossing and is located along the Burlington Northern Railroad
. The town of Nighthawk used to be a booming mine town at the turn of the century with hotels and had a burlesque house
but the population now is about 5 people.
The border crossing is usually known as the "Nighthawk crossing" on the Canadian side, though the official name of the Canadian-side locality is Chopaka.