Mica Peak Conservation Area
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Mica Peak Conservation Area is a 1,794-acre mountainous, wilderness-like natural area on the west slopes of Mica Peak (elevation 5,200’). Acquired in 2013 (with an 884-acre addition in 2018) through Spokane County's Conservation Futures Program, this County-owned conservation area ranges in elevation from 2,800’ to 5,100’, thereby hosting a variety plant communities from sub-alpine to open Ponderosa pine forest, to aspen and birch groves that turn gold in the fall. Views overlooking Spokane Valley, the Palouse, and beyond can be taken in throughout the property. Mica Peak Conservation Area is contiguous and connected with Liberty Lake Regional Park, creating an over 5,000-acre block of County parkland.
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- Hunting - Limited Management Hunt (Click here for more info) typically 10/15 - 12/15 only. White-tailed deer, Mule deer, and turkey only subject to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's Hunt by Reservation Program rules. Hunting is ONLY permitted for reservation holders made through the Hunt by Reservation Program.
- Mountain biking
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife viewing
- Cross country skiing
- Dogs can be disruptive to wildlife and must be kept on a leash at all times while in the conservation area.
- Hunting and/or shooting are not permitted at any time in the conservation area with the exception of the Limited Management Hunt described above.
- Motorized vehicles are not permitted in the conservation area.
- No campfires are permitted in the conservation area.