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Spokane Annual Visitors Guide

Visitors Guide

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Spokane in Season Magazine

Summer Magazine

For seasonal events, the latest outdoor adventures, shopping, food and drink, be sure to check out our Summer Magazine.

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Spokane Valley Recreation

The Spokane Valley is the ideal jumping off point for outdoor adventures. The city lies along both banks of the beautiful Spokane River. Visitors can book a guided fishing, paddling or rafting trip. Kayaking enthusiasts can enjoy park and play rapids such as Sullivan Hole and Zoo Wave.  For those who prefer to experience the river by foot or bike, the paved Centennial Trail runs along the shore.  At Mirabeau Point Park, hikers can explore 55 acres, or bring the kids to CenterPlace'smulti-sensory Discovery Playground.

The Dishman Hills Natural Area trails weave through nearly 2,500 acres of nature preserve. In the winter, world-class skiing can be found at five regional resorts.

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Spokane River Watertrail

The Spokane River Water Trail is a one-stop guide to recreation on the river. This interactive site allows visitors to search access points based on boat type, amenities, recreational opportunities

Centennial Trail - Spokane Valley

  • 13500 Mirabeau Pkwy
  • Spokane Valley, WA 99216

The Centennial Trail is a 40-mile paved trail that skirts the beautiful Spokane River. Many of the trail’s most scenic sections can be found in the Spokane Valley. Walkers, joggers and bikers can

Silver Bow Fly Shop

Silver Bow Fly Shop has been “Making Fish Nervous Since 1988”. We offer a wide selection of fly fishing tackle, local knowledge, and guided trips. Join us for a guided float trip down the scenic

Minnehaha Rocks

The Minnehaha Rocks, located in John H. Shields Park, are an outcropping of granite along the Spokane River near Upriver Dam. Known as a rock climbing destination, beginners and experts alike will

Mirabeau Point Park

  • 13500 E Mirabeau Point Pkwy
  • Spokane Valley, WA 99216
  • Area: Spokane Valley
  • (509) 688-0300

Mirabeau Point Park provides a slice of nature right in the heart of the Spokane Valley. In addition to family friendly amenities like sheltered picnic areas, a grassy meadow and lots of parking,

Mountain Biking at Beacon Hill & Camp Sekani

Beacon Hill and Camp Sekani offer dozens of mountain biking trails that wind through about 1,000 acres of public and private terrain. In addition to downhill trails, there’s a dirt jump area and a

Camp Sekani Park

Located  next to the Spokane River, Camp Sekani  includes a disc golf course, miles of trails and a mountain bike skills park.  The Frisbee course incorporates the natural landscape, featuring holes

Dishman Hills Natural Area

Dishman Hills Natural Area, adjacent to Camp Caro Community Park, is 534 acres of dramatically sculpted rocky hills and ponds with meadows, springs, and mixed fir forest, aspen groves, views, and a

Discovery Playground at Mirabeau Point Park

Features in the Discovery Playground are designed to provide accessible and imaginative learn-and-play activities for a variety of ages and abilities. Using sight, sound, scent and touch, the elements

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