Parks, Trails, & Open Space
The City of Liberty Lake offers our citizens plenty of parks, trails, and open space. Currently, the City owns and operates two parks, Pavillion Park and Rocky Hill Park, and there are multiple other neighborhood parks, pocket parks, and open space areas located within City limits. The City also has over 25 miles of multi-use trails, three golf courses, and public access available to the Spokane River.
Nearby parks and open space include Liberty Lake County Park (south of the City and operated by Spokane County Parks # 509-477-4730), a public boat launch (on 3rd Avenue, just off Molter), and the Stateline Dog Park located 4 miles east of the city on Interstate 90. The City's parks and open space level of service is 30 acres per 1,000 population, which is currently exceeded. The City presently boasts a parks and open space level of service of 79.4 acres per 1,000 (34.3 acres per 1,000 not including golf courses).
Facility Use Permits are required for activities, functions, or events requesting scheduled use of:
2016 reservations for all City Facilities began on January 4th. If you are interested in reserving a park facility they are reserved on a first come, first serve basis based on completed Facility Use Permit Applications and payment of fee. A discounted facility reservation rate of $20 is available to 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Status groups who provide a copy of their Nonprofit Status Letter/Tax ID #. Please note that all parks close at dusk.
Are you having a community event? Community events are celebrations, fairs, festivals, marathons, tournaments, or other special events generally recognized by the community and advertised as such which are open to the public. Due to the coordination required for community events, the City requires a Community Event Applicationand may contact you to schedule a meeting after submittal of this application. Please complete and return this application with any required submittals at least 30 days prior to the proposed community event to allow for adequate processing time, review, and coordination.
General non-scheduled use of City Facilities
Other activities as determined by the Director
*Please note that general use of City Facilities is subject to scheduled activities, functions, or events.