Things to Do in Spokane Valley
Spokane Valley is your basecamp for fall and winter fun in the Inland Northwest. The city is perfectly situated between Spokane and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The Spokane River meanders through the valley, which is by surrounded by mountain trails and scenic blue lakes. The city is home to several multi-use pathways and parks, and a short commute to mountain hiking and skiing. When it’s time to slow the pace, visitors can exercise some retail therapy at the Spokane Valley Mall, take in a local theatre production, or visit one of the many breweries and wineries in the city.
Green Bluff Growers
This farm corridor just north of Spokane Valley offers seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables, and fun family experiences such as u-pick berry patches, fruit orchards and Christmas trees.
Explore nearby mountain trails
Ready to reconnect with nature? Our parks and trails in the foothills provide both exercise and great views.
Historic Flight Foundation Museum
Historic Flight offers a museum collection of the most important aircraft produced between 1927 and 1957, all restored and airborne again. Open Tuesday through Saturday.
Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
Discover the unique history of Spokane Valley and the region as it was settled through the decades. Open Wednesday through Saturday.
Fall events at the Expo Center
The Fair and Expo Center in Spokane Valley host the interstate fair, craft shows, swap meets, vintage and antique fairs, and other events through the year. See what's scheduled.