Dominion Meadows Rotary Trail

The Dominion Meadows Rotary Trail is perfect for walking or jogging

Dominion Meadows Rotary Trails
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Description: The Rotary Club trail at Dominion Meadows was created by the Colville Rotary Club and other volunteer entities. It is an easy trail that is perfect for walking and jogging, and in the winter, for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.It circles one half of the Dominion Meadows Golf Course. The trail affords panoramic vistas of the Dominion Meadows Golf Course, ponds, wetlands and adjacent Dominion and Colville Mountains. There is parking on the pavement at the north side of Ringneck Loop. For more exercise, the Graham Hill Loop climbs 200 ft above the wetland area and adds 1.8 miles to the trip.

For geocache enthusiasts, there is a cache located along the trail. Visit or more information.

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  1. This is a great walking path with nice scenery including different bird species including eagles. And deer. It is isolated in spots so scary to walk alone and people let their dogs off leash and I have been frightened by dogs running and barking at me so I will not walk it alone mostly because of the dogs off leash. Other people that I have talked to about the dogs off leash are hesitant to walk because of the dogs. Signs need to be posted where everyone walking can see the signs and walkers need to be held accountable for their dogs off lease. These are the people that always say “my dog wouldn’t hurt a flea”.

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