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The Spokane and Eastern Washington Region has numerous lakes within an hour of Spokane.  Enjoy the spectacular views, fishing and boating at many of the areas lakes that vary in size.   Below are directions to area Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFL) boat launches and access points.  Nearby Lakes are being updated with information and additional pictures as soon as our team compiles their information.  Enjoy your stay at the lake!   Live at a Lake or have a Lake Cabin?

 

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Eloika Lake 
From Spokane, go north on US 2, go 23 miles to Grays land Road, then west on Grays Land Road 1 mile to access.

Liberty Lake
From Spokane, go east in I-90, go 5 miles to the Liberty Lake Exit, then south to Public Fishing sign, then turn east to next Public Fishing sign, then south to next Public Fishing sign, then east to access.

Newman Lake
From Spokane, go east on Trent 8 miles to Newman Lake Road, then north on Newman Lake Road 4.5 miles to Public Fishing sign.

Clear Lake - Spokane County


From Spokane, go west on Interstate 90, go 16 miles to Salnave Road, then north on Salnave Road 50' to Clear Lake Road, then east 1 mile on Clear Lake Road to Public Fishing Area.

Silver Lake - Spokane County


From Spokane, go west on I-90, go 10 miles to Four Lakes, then northwest on Medical Lake-Four Lakes Road, go 3 miles to Public Fishing sign.

West Medical Lake - Spokane County
From Spokane, go west 10 miles in I-90 to Four Lakes, then northwest to Medical Lake, then south 1 mile to Public Fishing sign.

Amber Lake - Spokane County


From Cheney, go south on Mullinex Road to Pine Springs Road, go 1.25 miles to Public Fishing sign.

Badger Lake - Spokane County


From Cheney, go south on Cheney Plaza Road to Williams Lake Road, then west on Williams Lake Road to Badger Lake Road, then north on Badger Lake road 1.5 miles to Public Fishing sign.

Williams Lake - Spokane County
From Cheney, go south on Millinex Road to Williams Lake Road, then east on Williams Lake Road 1 mile to Public Fishing sign.

Hog Canyon - Spokane County
From Spokane, go west in I-90 to Fishtrap Exit, then south 1 mile to Peterson Road mile to Brown Road. Cross Brown Road and follow to lake.

Fishtrap Lake - Lincoln County
From Spokane, go west on I-90 to Fishtrap Exit, then south 2 miles on Old State Highway to Scroggie Road, then east 1.5 miles to Public Fishing sign.

4th of July - Lincoln County
From Spokane, go west on I-90, go 36 miles to Sprague Exit State Highway 23, then south on State Highway 23, go 2 miles to Public Fishing sign, then west 1 mile to access.

Black Lake - Stevens County
From Colville, go east on State Highway 20 to Black Lake Squaw Creek Road, then north 2 miles on Black Lake Squak Creen Road to Public Fishing sign.

Cedar Lake - Stevens County
From Colville, go north on Colville Alladin Northport Road 30 miles to Deep Lake Boundary Road, then north on Deep Lake Boundary Road 9 miles to Public Fishing sign.

Deep Lake - Stevens County
From Colville, go north on Colville Alladin Northport Road 30 miles to Deep Lake Boundary Road 4 miles to Public Fishing sign.

Deer Lake #1 - Stevens County
From Spokane, go north on US 395, go 33 miles to Deer Lake Loop Road, then east on Deer Lake Loop Road 1.5 miles to Public Fishing sign.

Hatch Lake - Stevens County
From Colville, go east on State Highway 20 to Artman-Gibson Road, go south to Public Fishing sign, then follow signs.

Jump Off Joe Lake - Stevens County


From Spokane, go north on US395, go 37 miles to Jump Off Joe Road, then west on Jump Off Joe Road 1 mile to Public Fishing sign.

Loon Lake - Stevens County
From Spokane, go north on US 395, go 30 miles to State Highway 292,. Then west on State Highway 292, go 2 miles to Larson Beach Road, then south on Larson Beach Road 1 mile to Public Access sign.

Waitts Lake - Stevens County
From Spokane, go north on US 395, go 38 miles to State Highway 232, then west on State Highway 232, go 1.5 miles to State Highway 231, then north on State Highway 231, go 1.5 miles to Waitts Lake Road, then west on Waitts Lake Road 3 miles to Little Sweden Road, then south mile to Public Fishing sign.


 

 
  Not all WDFW Recreational Access Area Sites (boat launches) are open throughout the year. Some sites are open only during hunting and fishing seasons. Closures are necessary to comply with land owner agreements, and to manage limited maintenance funds. Please contact the nearest Regional Office for more information on scheduled closures.

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Eastern Washington - Region 1 Office
We are open to serve you from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays.

2315 North Discovery Place
Spokane Valley, WA 99216-1566
Telephone (509) 892-1001
 

 
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