National Trails Day! Liberty Lake Trails

Spokane County Parks - Liberty Lake Regional Park

8:30AM - 3:30PM
Sat, Jun 01, 2013


Liberty Lake from the Loop trail

National Trails Day! Just 30 minutes outside of Spokane, this 7.5 mile loop trail is undergoing some major improvements with the help of WTA volunteers. As a result, hikers will be able to easily enjoy destinations along the trail including a beautiful waterfall and large cedar grove. The work will include heavy maintenance as well as trail realignments.

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.

Driving directions:
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. Turn onto and go down the park entrance road, through the gate, and past the entrance station. Park in the main parking lot. Driving time about 30 minutes from Spokane.


GPS coordinates are only approximate, please always use the written driving directions when trying to find a trail head

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