Recreation in Spokane Valley
From biking and hiking local parks and trails to fishing and rafting the Spokane River, outdoor opportunities for fun and recreation are endless in Spokane Valley. The city is also a great jumping-off point for accessing area golf courses, lakes, ski resorts, and ziplines.
This fun playground at CenterPlace near Mirabeau Park is a dream for kids of all ages. It features challenging play structures and a water splash pad. No entry fee.
Mirabeau Point Park
Mirabeau Point Park, a 55.1-acre park near the Spokane River, is the crown jewel of the city's park system. The park is adjacent to CenterPlace Regional Event Center and the new West Lawn Event…
Hike, bike or skate on the 40-mile Spokane River Centennial Trail, which includes 40 trailheads and spans two states, Washington and Idaho. Spokane Valley offers multiple access points.
This 5.1-mile, multi-use trail is constructed on an old railroad right-of-way that parallels historic Sprague Avenue through the heart of Spokane Valley. Fun for all ages.
Dishman Hills Natural Area
Dishman Hills is a publicly-accessible natural area in south Spokane Valley that offers miles of hiking and biking trails among its sculpted rocky hills, ponds and grassy meadows.
The Spokane River meanders through the valley, providing opportunities to kayak, paddle, fish, float or just enjoy a dip in the water during the heat of the summer. Popular accesses in Spokane Valley include…
Antoine Peak Conservation Area offers fantastic views overlooking the Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake. The trail system of old roadbeds boasts over nine miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers and wildlife enthusiasts.