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Spokane County Parks - Liberty Lake Regional Park
This work party starts at 8:30AM
Spokane County - For the first time we will be working in Liberty Lake Regional Park. This park has many recreation opportunities including camping, swimming, hiking, biking and equestrian and is a popular destination for Spokane area folks. The most popular hike is a 7.5 mile loop which utilizes several trails that have great views of the lake and pass scenic destinations including a beautiful waterfall and large cedar grove. We will concentrate our initial efforts on restoring a section of trail along Liberty Creek which has sustained some damage due to some local engineers (aka beavers). A probable reroute is in the works.
Liberty Lake Regional park is crisscrossed by miles of trail south of the lake in addition to its other fine recreation opportunities. The most popular hike is the Loop trail which utilizes the Liberty Creek trail, Bob Hughes trail and Edith Hansen trail to complete a 7.5 mile circuit. Highlights along the trail include a beautiful stream, old growth cedar grove, stunning overlooks of the lake, a beautiful waterfall and an old cabin. It is a very enjoyable day hike.
From I-90 take the Liberty Lake exit (exit 296). Go south on Liberty Lake Road 1.25 miles past Albertsons, BP and golf course. Turn left (east) on Sprague (signed to Park) 1 mile past golf course. Sprague turns right (south) to become Neyland. Continue south .75 mile on Neyland to merge with Lakeside. Right on Lakeside (south) for 1 mile. Watch for park entrance sign on right side of road just before the water tower. Go down park entrance road to gate. Park in Hiker Parking area (outside fence to your right). Driving time about 30 minutes from Spokane.