stocked marina store where you can rent a boat for adventures on the water. Use a Triumph 186 for a day of freshwater fishing in cool weather. Or, if you’re a water skier, don’t miss an opportunity to show off your skills while skimming the surface of the lake’s glassy water.
RV Resorts & Camps
Spokane is a unique place that loves hosting equally unique travelers, including a special breed of adventurer—the RVer. If you’re planning to roll in and hook up, Spokane area RV resorts and campgrounds are ready to welcome you. A benefit of having your home on wheels is that you don’t have to worry about sacrificing your personal comfort just because you’re on the road. The array of amenities provided by RV resorts and campgrounds will make your visit that much more enjoyable.
Perhaps you’ll stay at Alderwood RV Express, located in Mead, WA, about halfway between Mt. Spokane State Park and Riverfront Park in Downtown Spokane. You might spend a day tasting award-winning wines at a nearby winery. Back at the RV campground, fire up the grill for a cookout, then follow it up with a dip in the pool or a friendly game of horseshoes. Is your four-legged pal coming along for the ride? When he’s not serving as your hiking partner, let him frolic to his heart’s content in the dog run. Throw a log on the fire and wind down with your favorite beverage. And if you simply can’t stand to be completely disconnected, go ahead—check your email before bed thanks to the free Wi-Fi.
Check out the listings below to see what individual RV resorts and campsites have to offer.
Some folks prefer to set up a tent camp. Others favor a full hook-up. Whatever your inclination, there’s a Spokane area campground or RV resort for you.