Hike, Bike and ORV

With over 139,000 acres of public land, including 312 miles of Shoreline on Lake Roosevelt, the possibilities are endless!
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Bobs Lakes

Chaneled Scablands  The Channeled Scablands include geologic features unique to eastern Washington.

Fishtrap Lake – Scroggle Loop

Florence Lake

Fort Spokane Trail Guide

Lakeview Ranch – West of Odessa

Odessa Craters – Hike north of Odessa, WA

Odessa Creek Trail

Reiber Road Loop

Rocky Ford – Crab Creek

The Sentinel Trail: Located at Fort Spokane. Signs along this trail give clues to how people lived here for almost 50 years. Echoes of the past can be heard along the two-mile trail. For the adventurous, the trail climbs approximately 300 feet to the top of the bluff, providing you a spectacular view of the fort grounds and the confluence of the rivers. A free trail guide about the Indian boarding school is available at the Guard House.

Spring Canyon– Bunchgrass Prairie Nature Trail: The start of this ΒΌ-mile trail is in the Spring Canyon Campground. Discover wild roses, rock-eating lichens, and look closely at the different critters that call the grasslands home. A free trail guide is available at the beginning of the trail for you to use.

Swanson Lakes

Twin Lakes

Wilbur Meadows ORV Park and Disc Golf  
34601 State Highway 21 N,  Wilbur, Washington
As of May 21, 2014, The ORV park is still in development, but is now open with an opportunity for FUN!
The park is free to the public right now.

Wilbur Meadows is available for event lease. Also available for a test track lease.Wilbur Meadows is a public park open for recreational riding for Motorcycles, Quads and ORV’s.
47.76653 N 118.725061 W

The Disc Golf course offers 9 hole or baskets and is very usable.  Located on the site of the original Wilbur Meadows 1/2 mile horse racing track. Contact: The Town of Wilbur (509) 647-5821.

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