In the west hills area of Spokane this Conservancy Area and City Park includes waterfalls on Indian Creek, rocky bluffs and great views over Spokane. The trails have been marked and a map made by volunteers and Ben Johnson’s Eagle Scout Project Troop 325.
Access to this area is at Greenwood and Basalt or from a turnout on Indian Canyon Road.
James T. Slavin – Conservation Futures Property
This conservation Futures property of 628 acres includes wetlands, grasslands with a border of pine and fir forest. There is also an interesting old ranch to visit. There is a five-acre lake, many seasonal ponds, and a wetland-stream corridor running north-south through its center. Directions: Go south on Highway 195 about 8 miles Turn right on Washington Road to intersection with Keeney Road.
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Mount Spokane State Park
This is the largest state park in Washington with nearly 14,000 acres and 90 miles of trails.
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