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Rafting, Kayaking & Canoeing

From crashing whitewater thrills to rivers so peaceful you can hear a single frog croak, the best way to experience the Inland Northwest is with a paddle in hand. A destination location, waterways draw kayaking pros and novice enthusiasts alike. Rentals, informational resources and guides abound so there’s no excuse not to get on the water. Check out the Spokane River Water Trail for section by section paddling descriptions, boat launch information and park and play spots.

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Wiley E. Waters Whitewater Rafting

Outstanding rafting adventures on the Spokane and Clark Fork rivers. Wine tours, weddings, or any special event; we offer trips for businesses, families and convention groups. We're the exclusive

ROW Adventure Center

Your one stop resource for outdoor fun in the Inland Northwest! Offering bicycle and paddle board rentals, white water rafting, kayaking, and fly fishing trips as well as guided bicycle, paddle board

Pangaea River Rafting

Whitewater rafting, river wine tours, and scenic floats on the Spokane River and Clark Fork River. Minutes from downtown Spokane. Perfect activity for conferences, weddings, families or large groups.

ROW Adventures

The region's oldest and most experienced outdoor adventure company offering whitewater rafting, fly fishing, hiking and biking trips. Choose half or full-day guided bicycle tours on the Centennial

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

Spokane Parks & Recreation

The City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department provides a variety of recreation opportunities to Spokane's citizens and visitors of all ages and abilities. Canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting,

Riverside State Park

Riverside State Park offers visitors two rivers worth of water access and recreation with several different access points on both the Little Spokane, the Spokane River, and Lake Spokane. The Spokane

Farragut State Park

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