Find ADA Accessible Trails

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Enjoying the great outdoors is for everyone

There are a number of trails in Northeast Washington that make it possible for visitors who use a wheelchair or other mobility device to enjoy the beauty and wildlife of our forests and lakes. These trails also make it a breeze to push a stroller so that the whole family can enjoy time on the trail. 

If you’re looking for an ADA Accessible trail in a specific county, click below. To get a sense of where you’ll find these trails in the region, take a look at the interactive map.

Canyon Creek Trail

An easy one mile paved walking trail traverses along Sherman Creek between the Canyon Creek Campground campground and the Sherman Pass Log Flume Heritage Site.


Rotary Dominion Meadows Trail

Rotary Dominion Meadows Trail

The Rotary Dominion Meadows Trail in Colville, WA is an easy trail that is perfect for walking and jogging, and in the winter, for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Log Flume Interpretive Trail

The Log Flume Trail is a short, paved trail with interpretive signs explaining what it took to move logs at the turn of the century.


McDowell Marsh Trail

The McDowell Marsh Environmental Education Trail, located in the Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge is a 1.2 mile hardened path offering universal accessibility over the first half.


Ferry County Rail Trail

The Ferry County Rail Trail travels through some of the most beautiful scenery in Northeast Washington.


Sherman Overlook Scenic Trail

The Sherman Overlook Scenic Trail is a short, paved trail with informational signs about the area and expansive views to the south.

Pioneer Park Heritage Trail

On the unique 0.3 mile Pioneer Park Heritage Trail, the history of the Kalispel Tribe is presented through twelve artistic, interpretive displays.

Meadow Creek Trail

The first 0.8 miles of this 1.5 mile trail are barrier-free. Trail activities include wildlife viewing, and fishing.

White Mountain Fire Overlook

The short, paved White Mountain Fire Overlook Trail offers a look into the White Mountain fire of 1988, with dramatic views north across the fire area.

Sweet Creek Falls

The paved trail to view Sweet Creek Falls is short, and so worth it.

Camp Growden Heritage Site

This fun stop along Hwy 20, west of Kettle Falls, offers a short trail with a replica building and information about Camp Growden, a Civilian Conservation Corps site in the 1930’s and 40’s.

Potter's Pond

Located on the Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge, Potter’s Pond has a short paved trail to an accessible fishing dock, and is great for viewing wildlife.

Headquarters Trail

This paved trail is about 0.25 miles and loops around the small Spring Creek pond. There is also a short spur to a small bluff that overlooks the Little Pend Oreille River and the valley that the river runs through.

Kettle Falls Recreation Area Trail