Parks and Recreation
Parks and Trails
Parks and Trails
The City of Medical Lake is very proud of our parks and trail system. Our parks and trails are unique to the area with picturesque views and small town charm.
Park restrooms will be opening April 1st for the season.
Frequently asked questions about use permits
Located on the south end of Medical Lake. With its beautiful setting, sand beach and large picnic areas Waterfront Park is one of the most popular parks in Spokane County. This is the only park that the City accepts park reservations for. For more information on this park and reservations click here.
PIONEER PARK / SKATEPARK
Pioneer Park is one of the original parks established in Medical Lake. Pioneer Park is located in the midst of the downtown residential area. This parks offers wide open spaces, with a playground area, public restrooms, picnic areas and a Skatepark. The skatepark is open seasonally from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM.
CONEY ISLAND PARK
Coney Island Park is located in the heart of the downtown business district and is on the east shore of Medical Lake. This park is a great place to have an afternoon lunch or to observe some of our areas wildlife. Bald eagles, moose and numerous other wildlife have been spotted from this location.
This park is located just off Graham Road as you enter the Fox Hollow & Fox Ridge Developments. This parks is a nice little neighborhood park with a play ground and picnic areas.
This park has been set a side for area wildlife. on any given day numerous geese and ducks can be spotted in the area. all thought this area is a safe haven for wildlife we do ask that people refrain from feeding the animals and assist us in keeping them wild.
MEDICAL LAKE ACCESS TRAIL SYSTEM
The Medical Lake Trail system is around 4 miles worth of paved trails. Our most popular is the lake trail which encircles Medical Lake. This trail is in a beautiful setting and being only 3 miles in length it is a great place for a walk, ride or run.
The Quail Meadow WWTP Trail is a nice link from the Fox Hollow housing area and the lake trail. Wrapping around Shepard Field and the City's water treatment plant, in all this trail is just over a mile in length.