Kaniksu Land Trust owns three community access properties in north Idaho and northwest Montana. We invite our communities to get outside and enjoy these beautiful places.
Pine Street Woods: When this 160 acre community forest opens to the public in the summer of 2019, it will offer multi-use trails for people of all ages and abilities, as well as spots to picnic and enjoy the beauty of Bonner County.
The Manning Buffer: This property was donated to Kaniksu Land Trust as part of the Pine Street Woods project, and is home to a large portion of the popular "Greta's Segway" trail. Parking for this trail is located where Pine Street makes a sharp right turn after the crest of the hill. After crossing Ravenwood, look for the sign letting you know you're on KLT land! This trail does cross private lands, so please be respectful.
Cabinet View Nature Area: Just across the Montana border, east of Clark Fork, Kaniksu Land Trust owns 75 acres of beautiful and diverse habitat. To reach the Cabinet View Nature area, turn right on Stephen Street in Clark Fork, and then left onto River Road. Follow River Road for roughly 8 miles, until it turns to gravel at the state line. Parking is located on the left side of the road.
Kaniksu Land Trust also works with one generous landowner who allows community access on his private lands. Please be especially respectful when utilizing this property:
Sherwood Forest: This privately owned property offers several miles of multi-level mountain biking trails, as well as walking paths and secret art created by the owner.