Lilienthal Mountain West features 427± acres of varied topography, with several high elevation vistas, timbered slopes, and open valleys. Located in Washington’s Lincoln County and just a stone’s throw from the Spokane arm of Lake Roosevelt, this refuge is waiting for someone who recognizes the unlimited recreational value offered here. The terrain is varied, with a combination of prairie and higher timbered elevations. There are views for miles in all directions from several potential homesites and there is even income potential, with an average of 21 tons per year in grass and alfalfa.
Lake Roosevelt, managed by the National Park Service, is 130 miles in length and is a premier recreational lake unrivaled by any other in Washington State for boating, skiing, houseboat rentals, and more. Within minutes, you can be launching a boat from your choice of two full-service marinas at Fort Spokane or Two Rivers. Guided trips for fishing and kayaking are also available on this enormous body of water.
Lilienthal Mountain West offers the perfect centralized base to strike out looking for mule deer, bighorn sheep, moose, waterfowl, and upland game birds. WDFW Game Management Unit is #133-Roosevelt and Big Horn Sheep Area 21. Just south of here is the Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area.
Angling opportunities in Lincoln County are some of the state’s finest, with rivers and lakes throughout the county providing an abundance of trout and salmon species.
Other recreational opportunities include golfing, hiking, biking, snowmobiling, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing.