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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Recreation

Twin Lakes

Spokane District  |  WA

Season Dates:  10/01 - 9/30

Fees:  none

This area is a unique part of the Channeled Scablands with more than 14,000 acres of BLM public land located in Lincoln County. It is managed for its recreational opportunities, wildlife habitat, and seasonal livestock grazing. Camp or picnic between upper and lower Twin Lakes where shade trees offer a tranquil setting. Non-motorized trails wind through shrub-steppe uplands, past numerous wetlands, and through the upper Lake Creek Canyon. Fish for Rainbow trout, largemouth bass, yellow perch, yellow bullhead, black crappie and sunfish in the lake. For fishing or hunting regulations in the Twin Lakes area, contact the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. A dirt boat launch ramp is available for small boats.

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Addtional Information:

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Activities:

Watchable WildlifeHuntingFishingGeological SightseeingBotanical SightseeingHistoric Site InvestigationHikingMountain BikingHorse Back RidingWadingCanoeingKayakingCamping

Facilities:

Camp SitesPicnic SitesTrailsBoat RampsRestrooms (Accessible)

Directions:

From Highway 28, at Harrington turn west onto Coffeepot Road and travel about 12 miles, then turn right onto Highline Road. Watch for public land access signs. Drive 1.5 miles to the entrance on the right. Follow this access road for about 2 miles to reach the recreation site. Plan for a drive of one to two hours from Spokane.

Contact Information

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

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