COVID-19 Impacts

Our focus remains on supporting the health and well-being of our customers, staff, partners, and the community. We are following the recommendations and orders of Governor Inslee, President Biden, and the Spokane Regional Health District, in alignment with the Board of County Commissioners, to help slow the spread of COVID-19.   

Current Impacts to Parks, Recreation and Golf 

[October 5, 2021 Update]

Golf: All three courses are open for the season, applicable COVID-19 Guidelines remain in place.

Aquatics: Both Northside and Southside Aquatic Facilities are closed for the season. We hope to see you back in 2022!

Recreation Programs: 

  • Youth Programming: 
    • Spokane County is partnering with Skyhawks Sports Academy to provide various youth sports in camps at Camelot, Northwoods, Orchard Ave., and Prairie View Community Parks starting in April 2021. Check out to learn more! 
  • Adult League Programming:
    • Volleyball: Spokane County's Coed 6's Winter Volleyball League beginning in January, 2022 is open for registration! The registration deadline is January 2, 2022 so register early to secure a spot! League play is on Friday nights in the Mead, WA area (north Spokane). To register please visit our website.
      • NOTE: Our department plans to coordinate adult volleyball leagues in the Spokane Valley area when gym space becomes available. We will update our website, post on all social media platforms, and email past program participants as soon as additional programming is available.
    • Softball: Spokane County has come to the difficult realization that we can no longer offer adult softball league programming. Read on... For questions pertaining to softball programming at Plante's Ferry Sports Stadium, please visit the Spokane Rapids website, or call (509) 922-7910.
    • Basketball: Spokane County has come to the difficult realization that we can no longer offer adult basketball recreation league programming. Read on...

Campground: Liberty Lake Regional Park campground is closed seasonally October - April, but will reopen next season from April 29 – October 1, 2022.  Make your reservation for a tent site, a standard or premium RV site, or a cabin today! 

Parks Administration Office (Located at 404 N. Havana St): The office has re-opened to the public and resumed pre-COVID business hours. We are now open five days a week - Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Note: (1) Hours may be variable due to a staffing shortage. Please call ahead at (509) 477-4730 before heading down to make sure our office is open! (2) Starting Monday, August 23rd, per State Mandate, you will be asked to wear a mask before entering the building, regardless of vaccination status. 

Parks: The Park Services Season begins May 1, 2021. Spokane County does not perform cleaning, disinfection or sanitizing of its play structures, parks, athletic courts or fields. Restrooms will typically be cleaned 1-7 times per week. This does not meet COVID-19 cleaning guidelines as recommended by the CDC. Use at your own risk. Where portable restrooms are available (e.g. Conservation Futures trailheads and other locations), the public is encouraged to bring their own toilet paper, hand sanitizer and wipes as an extra precaution. 

Special Events, Shelter and Camp Caro Lodge Rentals: Spokane County will begin accepting reservations for events taking place May 1 - September 30, 2022 on January 1, 2022. Applications will be processed on a first come, first serve basis.

Trails: Trails are "accessible" (subject to "Closed When Muddy" trail use restrictions), but may have limited capacity at the trailheads due to heavy use. In addition, portable restrooms may not have toilet paper or hand sanitizer due to a rise in theft - visitors are encouraged to bring their own toilet paper, hand sanitizer and wipes. 

COVID-19 Info: For the latest information on COVID-19 and how you can help slow the spread and keep yourself safe, click here.