Antoine Peak Conservation Area
The largest Conservation Futures acquisition to date, Antoine Peak consists of 1,066 acres of mountainous terrain on the northern edge of Spokane Valley. This conservation area was acquired in three "phases" between 2007-2011, with 50% of the acquisition costs being funded through Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) grants.
With 360-degree views from its 3,373-foot summit, Antoine Peak Conservation Area provides unique recreational opportunities, protects critical habitat for the region’s large mammals, and preserves a critical wildlife corridor that connects the Spokane River Valley with Mount Spokane State Park.
A small trailhead currently provides limited parking on the east side of Antoine Peak (Lincoln Road). Please park in a manner that allows other users (including trailers) to park safely.
Click here for a trail map of the Antoine Peak Conservation Area (959 KB pdf) Full size print-out is 11 x 17, but can be scaled to 8.5 x 11.
- Dogs can be disruptive to wildlife and must be kept on a leash at all times while in the conservation area.
- Motorized vehicles are not permitted in the conservation area.
- Hunting and/or shooting are not permitted at any time in the conservation area.
- No campfires are permitted in the conservation area.
Take Barker Street exit, #293
Drive north on Barker Road to Trent Avenue
Turn right on Trent Avenue and drive east to Campbell Rd
Turn left on Campbell Rd and drive north for 1.6 miles
Turn left at Lincoln Rd and drive for 0.6 miles
Park behind posted signs*
Special attractions at Antoine Peak Conservation Area include:
Medium to difficult hiking trails
Scenic vistas overlooking Spokane and Spokane Valley, Rathdrum Prairie and Mount Spokane State Park
Pond and riparian corridors
Wildflowers in the Spring
Moose, Elk, Deer, Cougar, Osprey and other raptors, and over 100 species of birds.