TRAILS – With spring officially here, certain Spokane County Park trails will have equestrian restrictions.
The annual trail use restriction is intended to protect the trails, according to a county news release. Heavy weight on muddy trails can destroy a trail.
As of last week full restrictions are in effect for:
James T. Slavin Conservation Area
Dishman Hills Conservation Area – Glenrose, Iller Creek and Stevens Creek
Saltese Uplands Conservation Area
Partial restriction is in effect for:
Antoine Peak Conservation Area (Equestrian use of single-track prohibited).
Restrictions will be lifted once trail conditions improve.
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