Leadpoint is a ghost town in Stevens County, Washington. The town is located in the mountains southeast of Northport. The coordinates are a latitude of 48.909 and a longitude of -117.587. The area is at an elevation of 2,129 feet above sea level. Leadpoint was a mining town founded during the 1890s. High grade lead was discovered in the area which led to the creation of Leadpoint. Leadpoint had a population of 200 at it's peak and had a hotel, general store, barber shop, and several other businesses. At least two seperate mining companies ran in Leadpoint; the Gladstone Mine and the Electric Point Mine. Eventually, Leadpoint became a ghost town when the Electric Point Mine shut down in 1955.