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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Recreation

Hog Canyon Lake

Spokane District  |  WA

Season Dates:  1/1 - 12/31

Fees:  WDFW parking permit required

The site is located within the BLM Fishtrap area and is open year-round. Recreation opportunities include boating, winter-only trout fishing, hiking, and horseback riding. Horseback riding typically starts from the Farmer's Landing parking lot along the access road south of the BLM ranch house (see site map). The entire water surface area of the lake is open for public use, but portions of the shoreline are privately owned. Refer to the map for shoreline private land boundaries and BLM public lands boundaries. The boat launch and all on-water recreation activities are administered by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). A WDFW permit is required to park in the parking lot. Please refer to Washington fishing and hunting regulations. No additional fees are charged by BLM. There are several non-motorized use trails at the site including the 1.3-mile Hog Lake Loop Trail which starts at the small BLM parking lot mid-way down the Hog Canyon Lake access road. Although slightly set back from the lake, the trail parallels the lake's west side, with easy off-trail access to overlooks of the lake.

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Facilities:

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Directions:

Fishtrap is about a 30-mile drive southwest from Spokane, Washington. From Interstate 90, take Exit 254, turn left and head south on the Old State Hwy. From the Old State Hwy. to get to Hog Canyon Lake turn left onto Peterson Road and travel 1/2 mile to the access road entrance. The lake is approximately another 2 miles down the BLM access road.

Contact Information

1103 N Fancher Road
Spokane, WA 99212
509-536-1200

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