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Harrington Golf Course

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Lincoln County is home to several high quality golf courses. Uncrowded - there is rarely a wait for Tee-Time

Big Bend Golf and Country Club

PO Box 162
899 NW Cole St. Directions
Wilbur, WA 99185
(509) 647-5664

This is a fairly short 9 hole course with two sets of tees for both men and women. The fairways are wide and friendly. The green are some of best in the state. They are soft, moderate speed and easy to read. This is now a public course and has been in operation since 1964.

Harrington Golf Club

700 S 2nd   Directions
Harrington, WA 99134
(509) 253-4308   Web

The 9-hole course at the Harrington Golf & Country Club facility features 3,166 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 37.3 and it has a slope rating of 126.  Designed by Bob Putman, the Harrington golf course opened in 1962. 

Odessa Golf Club & RV Park

13080 Hwy 28 Directions
Odessa, WA 99159-9802

This course was built on rolling terrain and features many rock bluffs in the design. The greens are elevated, and the fairways are fairly wide and tree lined. There are no water hazards on this course, but there are plenty of sand bunkers coming into play throughout the design. There are additional sets of tees that can be used when playing an eighteen hole round.

Odessa 2010 Golf Season Price List

Odessa Golf Course in the Spring

Hike - Bike - ORV

Bobs Lakes

Chaneled Scablands - The Channeled Scablands include geologic features unique to eastern Washington.

Fishtrap Lake - Scroggle Loop

Florence Lake

Lakeview Ranch - West of Odessa

Odessa Craters - Hike north of Odessa, WA

Odessa Creek Trail

Reiber Road Loop

Rocky Ford - Crab Creek

The Sentinel Trail: Located at Fort Spokane. Signs along this trail give clues to how people lived here for almost 50 years. Echoes of the past can be heard along the two-mile trail. For the adventurous, the trail climbs approximately 300 feet to the top of the bluff, providing you a spectacular view of the fort grounds and the confluence of the rivers. A free trail guide about the Indian boarding school is available at the Guard House.

Spring Canyon - Bunchgrass Prairie Nature Trail: The start of this ¼-mile trail is in the Spring Canyon Campground. Discover wild roses, rock-eating lichens, and look closely at the different critters that call the grasslands home. A free trail guide is available at the beginning of the trail for you to use.

Swanson Lakes

Twin Lakes


Wildlife Viewing Deer & full moon

Chaneled Scablands

Reardan Audobon Lake

Rocky Ford/Goose Butte Recreation Area

Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area

NOTE: Fire Restrictions BLM lands

Photo by Kari McKay



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