Virgil Phillips Farm
Virgil Phillips' farm was bequeathed to the City of Moscow in 1972 by Virgil Phillips "for the benefit and use of the children of Moscow for recreation purposes." At the Virgil Phillips Farm County Park, primitive hiking trails lead through a variety habitats including forested lands, open fields and wetlands. The Park includes several intermittent streams and two ponds. It is home to native Palouse species such as moose, elk, deer, black bear, and many birds and amphibians.
The farm is owned by the City of Moscow and managed by Latah County Parks and Recreation.
Location: 4709 US HWY 95 - Approximately 5 miles out of Moscow on the west side of Highway 95
Size: 160 Acres
Facilities: Primitive hiking trails, intermittent streams, two ponds, restroom, picnic tables, picnic shelters