An All-America City, Spokane is a spirited community in the midst of a natural wonderland of forests, lakes and mountains.
The heart of Spokane is the Spokane River, where spectacular falls and scenic beauty sit next door to our downtown retail core. With a metropolitan area population of about 500,000, Spokane is Washington's second largest city and the largest metropolitan area between Seattle and Minneapolis.
Spokane sits on the sunny side of Washington between two magnificent mountain ranges, the Cascades and the Bitterroots. Seventy-six lakes sit within a 50-mile radius, which contributes to the area's beauty as well as the recreation possibilities.
The question isn't what to do in Spokane... it's what to do first!
We're not afraid to say that Spokane has so many things to do it will make your head spin! No matter what your definition of fun, Spokane delivers - from raging whitewater to righteous shopping, pristine lakes and rivers to Broadway performances, and scream-enticing amusement parks to award-winning wineries. With so many experiences vying for your time, you might even discover your inner actor, paddler or wine enthusiast.
Make your hotel reservation now, for best availability!
The Square Dance planning committee has worked hard to provide you with the best room rates available. To receive the Square Dance rate, please make your reservation using the Spokane Housing Bureau online housing program.
Hotels will not take reservations directly. The Housing Bureau is available 8:00 am - 5:00 pm PST, Monday- Friday to assist you at 800-662-0084. If you are not able to reach someone immediately please leave a message and someone will return your call as soon as possible.
Stop by our Visitor Information Center for more ideas about what to see and do in the Spokane region!201 West Main St. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.