Parks

  1. Pavilion Park
  2. Rocky Hill
  3. Orchard Park

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Pavilion Park Sign

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:

  • Council Chambers at City Hall
  • The Picnic Structure at Pavillion Park.
  • Any Sports Field at Pavillion Park.
  • The Baseball Diamond at Pavillion Park.
  • The two Baseball Diamonds on Boone
  • The Picnic Structure at Rocky Hill Park.
  • Any Sports Field at Rocky Hill Park.

To make a reservation, please call (509) 755-6700
 Or email Tait

View a map of our parks and trails (PDF).

Take a walk through our parks and trails (PDF).

Other Parks Throughout Liberty Lake

  • These parks are either operated by the City of Liberty Lake, Home Owner Associations, Washington Fish and Wildlife,or Spokane County Parks Departments.
Five Fingers Park

Five Fingers Park

22855 E. Country Vista Dr
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Acreage: 0.48

Playground

Half Moon Park

Half Moon Park

Holl Blvd and Indiana Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Acreage: 2.8

Playground and Spray Park

Contact Us

  1. Parks, Operations and Maintenance Department


    22710 E. Country Vista Drive
    Liberty Lake, WA 99019

    Jennifer Camp


    Operations and Maintenance Director
    Email Jennifer Camp
    Phone 509-755-6714

    Hours


    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Harvard Road Trailhead

Harvard Road Trailhead

2555 N. Harvard Rd
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Fishing, Hiking, Parking Lot, and Restrooms

Liberty Lake Boat Launch

Liberty Lake Boat Launch
 (Operated by WA Dept. Fish and Wildlife)
509-892-1001
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife website

23810 E. 3rd Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Fishing, Parking Lot, and Restrooms

Liberty Lake County Park

Liberty Lake County Park
Operated by Spokane County Parks #477-4730

3707 S. Zephyr Rd
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Acreage: 2983

Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Parking Lot, Picnic Area, Picnic Shelter, Playground, Restrooms, and Swimming

Liberty Lake Elementary and Ball Fields

Liberty Lake Elementary and Ball Fields

23606 E. Boone Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Acreage: 9.9

Baseball Diamonds, Basketball Court, Gymnasium, Parking Lot, Playground, and Soccer Fields

Little Bear Park

Little Bear Park

Garry Dr & Broadway Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Acreage: 0.29

Basketball Court and Playground

Pump House Park

Pump House Park

1457 N. Simpson Rd
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Acreage: 0.43

Basketball Court and Playground

Reservations

2017 Park and Facility Reservations begin January 3rd.
Reservations will be processed on a first come first serve basis. Applications are no longer available through our online system, however contacting the City via email at thunter@libertylakewa.gov , calling (509) 755-6700 or calling (509) 859-9446.
Reservations must be made at least 2 weeks prior to the proposed date. Request of a specific date does not guarantee the applicant will be granted reservation priority on that date.

Special Events

Special events are celebrations, fairs, festivals, marathons, tournaments, or other events generally recognized by the community and advertised as such which are open to the public or are deemed to be in high attendance with potentially high-risk activities. Due to the coordination required for community events, the City requires a special event permit be completed and submitted no less than 20 days before the proposed date. The City may contact you to schedule a meeting after submittal of this application. Special events require the review of several departments, and submission does not guarantee approval. Please contact the City for information and a blank Special Event Application.