Liberty Lake Regional Park
One of the largest county parks in the State of Washington, Liberty Lake Regional Park altogether contains over 3,000 acres wetlands, lakeshore, montane forest, irrigated turf, conservation areas, and an ORV trails area. The park provides a designated swimming beach, 200 parking spaces, play equipment, shelters, a BBQ area, campground and seven miles of trail. Entry fees apply May 25th through September 2nd as follows:
- Ages 6 years and over, $2.00 includes tax
- Ages 5 years and under, FREE
- $50.00 Family Season Pass, up to 6 family members
- Non-Profit Organization Youth Rate (with documentation) of $1.00 per person ages 6 -16 and $1.00 for each accompanying adult with youth group.
2013 Key Services (Date Service Begins)
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3707 S. Zephyr Road,
Liberty Lake, WA 99019
Open May 17th - September 15th. We're now accepting campground reservations! Click here to check campsite availability and reserve your site. Once there select between R.V. and Tent sites. You can also view our campground map to assist with your selection. *If you are a Canadian customer looking to make a reservation, please use our default address of 404 N. Havana, Spokane, WA 99202 when creating an account.
Campground sites that are not previously reserved are available on a first come, first serve basis. There are approximately 22 R.V. sites and 12 Tent sites. R.V. sites include water and power hookups only; the park has bathrooms, showers, and a central waste station for disposal of sewage. All campground visitors are required to abide by theCampground Rules.
Coming Soon new and improved RV sites 1-4! RV sites 1-4 will be under restoration until July 1st. Start reserving them now for July!
Shelter Rental Fees:
Shelters may be reserved through a special event application only. For 2013 Special Event rates, please click here.
Liberty Lake ORV Park is a 350 acre park located in Eastern Washington next to Liberty Lake Regional Park. There are approximately 16 miles of trails in the park. Terrain ranges from beginner to advanced with a mixture of gentle to steep slopes including scenic trail rides, mud bogs, and hill climbs. Riders are required to have a current ORV sticker clearly displayed and there is a 1000 pound ATV weight limit. The park accommodates ATV's and motorcycles only, no automobiles or trucks. Click here to view a map and brochure of the ORV Park.
- Direct Line, May 25th - September 2nd, (509) 255-6861
- Spokane County Parks and Recreation Department, (509) 477-4730