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Scooteney Park and Reservoir - caroleschuh added this area

Connell, WA

Riders have logged 33.63 miles & 13.77 hours here.

TOP TRAIL RIDER: caroleschuh logged 33.63 miles.

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Date Rider Hours Minutes Miles GPS Photos Rating
23 Mar 2017 caroleschuh Ride Notes 1 h 32m 4
23 Mar 2017 caroleschuh Ride Notes 2 h 13m 5.52
02 Aug 2016 caroleschuh Ride Notes 1 h 41m 4.14 ☆☆☆☆☆
27 Jun 2016 caroleschuh Ride Notes 1 h 54m 4.81 ☆☆☆☆☆
16 Jul 2016 caroleschuh 2 h 19m 4.69 ☆☆☆☆☆
21 Mar 2016 caroleschuh Ride Notes 2 h 23m 5.65 ☆☆☆☆☆
09 Feb 2016 caroleschuh Ride Notes 1 h 44m 4.82 ☆☆☆☆☆

Scooteney Reservoir is an oasis in the desert. This 925 acre lake is part of the Columbia Basin Project. The waters that leave the reservoir through the south head gate flow out to the surrounding farms to become life-giving waters for the many crops that are grown in the fertile Columbia Basin. Scooteney Reservoir is known for its fantastic fishing, but it is a well-kept secret that the south end of the lake is a great place for equestrians.

Many thanks to TrailMeister user caroleschuh for adding this fabulous horse riding area!


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Scooteney Reservoir

The riding and fishing area of Scooteney Park is open from dawn to dusk.

Discover Pass is required 

There is a nice campground, but it is not open to horses.

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