Winslow Pool is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cheney, Washington that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.6 miElevation gain62 ftRoute typeLoop
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Kira Kelm
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Awesome!

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Linda Lemas
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Christopher Vertefeuille
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Hiking

Gorgeous hike! Could walk here every day and see something new. Family friendly/paved trails throughout. Saw plenty of wildlife including a moose that we kept our distance from!

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Heather Stokes
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Walking

Walked this today with pup and kids. Easy paved path. Beautiful and quite a few walkers out enjoying the day. We stopped for a break to find snakes along the path which was really neat. Some geese and ducks are present. Still a bit early for their babies but should see them arriving soon!

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Rebecca Cole
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Hiking

Excellent trail condition, lots of routes to choose from. No snow. Heated flush toilets at TH. Will definitely be back in Spring!

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Cissy Lukats
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The park is beautiful , well maintained , friendly people , along , the hiking trails . Beautiful park to relax & get away . If you get lucky , you may run across , the old moose that visits the park . Great place to check out .

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Morgan M
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Hiking

The signage will actually call this Pine Lake Loop. If you take just the loop from the parking area it is 1.3 miles. If you add the loop to the visitors center (follow the path into the trees and up toward the trees then turn LEFT toward the visitors center) it'll be the larger loop shown on the alltrails map and that's maybe 2ish miles. Visit this area at sunset! Incredible colors reflecting off the little lakes!

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tiana taylor
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Hiking

beautiful little treck around the pond. love that trail and would go back any day :)

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Morgan M
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Hiking

Great loop, easy to connect to some other paths. I love Turnbull and go about once a month. All trails are more of a walk than a hike, however- not much elevation change out there.

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Katie Crowe
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Hiking

Lovely little walk. Very family friendly! Lots of birds.

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Kasey Strehlou
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Walking

This small loop is peaceful and a great spot to check out some wildlife.

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Sandi Nicol
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Beautiful and easy hike along a paved trail. Perfect spot to enjoy the many birds that migrate through in the spring.

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Brei Baka
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Walking

Nice little nature walk.

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Daniel Mitchell
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Hiking

Winslow Pool Trail shares the trail with Pine Lakes Loop Trail for about half of the distance. At the end of the lake, instead of taking the short loop around, you take a wider loop. The Pine Lakes Loop Trail is paved beautifully all around. The wider loop that Winslow Pool Trail takes is a finely graveled trail / road. It's a beautiful hike, with abundant birds and a few deer on the day I went. It is an easy hike, with no significant obstacles or inclines.

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Taylor Yates
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This is a park where you have to go multiple times to take the time to explore. My bestfriend and I have seen many beautiful things there, whether we were driving through or hiking one of the trails. We even made friends with one of the common chip munks that you'll see running across the trails.

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Phill and Celia Magnuson
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Hiking

This hike was beautiful and interesting the first few miles, but after that it was kind of miserable. Walking on a rocky roadbed took it's toll, for us and our german shepherd, plus it was just long straightaways. Maybe our unfamiliarity with the refuge played a role, but at this point, we wouldn't do this again.

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Rob Brickett
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Hiking

Top notch quality and important ecological site - but pretty boring hiking with the kids.

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Rebecca Jenkins
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Hiking

A great place go on a day hike. very level terrain. Maintained neat trails and parking. Only complaint is the tick problem. Don't go walking here without knowing there's a great possibility of collecting ticks.

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Nick Ervin
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Mountain biking

beautiful but do not plan on taking your bikes. it is not bike friendly.

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Dave Nance
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Nice area with lots of trails of all lengths. Nice area for kids and you can drive from place to place easily. Lots of ponds and scenic areas.

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Russell Frame
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Nature trips

This is a neat wildlife refuge to visit for an afternoon. It's really designed to be a drive-through auto tour. There are many places to get out and walk down trails but they are usually short and just take you out to a viewing area near a small pond. It is an excellent place to explore nature with children. All trails are pretty flat, and some are paved so you could easily use with a stroller. Do not expect any sustained hiking for exercise, but by the end of the trip you could get in a few miles of walking total. Good for photographers and bird watchers. I'd recommend bringing a pair of binoculars. We saw many types of water fowl, two coyotes very close (they were clearly used to being around people), and a cow moose. For a bit more exercise, bring bikes and ride through the auto tour loop, it's one-way gravel with minimal slow moving traffic. We drove through the loop, stopping to explore half a dozen short trails in about 4 hours total. * There are plenty of ticks, so you may want to wear some DEET bug spray and be sure you check yourself out for the creepy little bugs when you are done.

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Roy Dube
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Hiking

Turnbull is a very good place for families. Well maintained trails that are easy for kids and dogs on leashes to negotiate. Located on the channeled scablands cut by the Lake Missoula floods, the Refuge is covered by Ponderosa pines, native grasses and several species of shrubs and wildflowers. Depending on the time of year, wildlife can include deer, elk, moose, coyotes and beaver. For first-timers, I would recommend driving the scenic road and finding the location of the many trails and lakes, then loop back to parking and enjoy your hiking experience.

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Chad Brockus
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Bird watching

Super easy trail system.. .mostly flat. If you go in the spring, there are a lot of different types of birds in the area. Deer may also be seen. Nice and quiet.

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Jeremy Zutter
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Walking

This is an enjoyable area to stroll around in nature. Paths are very well maintained as it is a refuge area with onsite parks & management. Many birds and wildlife were witnessed. from ducks, swans, hawks and deer. This is an excellent place for children as paths are easy to access and use. even strollers can be used on many of the paved paths. non paved paths are also available for the more adventourous types so dont worry. Educational opportunities are available as well. We walked around each area and drove the car around the 5 mile auto loop. stopping at each area to hike around. a wonderful day at a refuge park for anyone and all.

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David Frangione
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Scenic driving

Was a great way to get out of the house with the kids,at the entrance there is usually a 3 dollar fee but they had a no fee during the months of November through February. The wind was crazy but the trails were great.

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Chad Brockus
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Bird watching

Very nice park setting. Trails well maintained. Most of the trails we hiked are very short but there are a couple that go a mile or two.. great place to go watch birds or just get outside with a loved one. Great place to take children. Costs 3 bucks for a carload of people.

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Rich Leon
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On our trip to Turnbull we saw two deer,some wild turkeys, a couple of snakes a cinnamon teal duck and lots of wildflowers(wild onions,Bitteroot,death camas ,lupine and mule ears just to name a few.)

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Matt McCormick
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Whitney Stragier
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John Frankhauser
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