Parks in Spokane WA

Parks in Spokane WA are the perfect place for you and your family to unwind. Are you in the mood for a quiet stroll on a forested path? Want to feast your eyes on some flowers? Feel like parking yourself on the grass on the riverfront, where you can be lulled by the sound of the rushing water? You'll find all of this and more in the parks and gardens around Spokane. So grab a blanket and find a perfect picnic spot in the park or garden of your very own choosing.

Manito Park

Manito Park sprawls across 90-acres and includes six gardens, each featuring a brilliant variety of plants. Take a stroll through the symmetrical, Renaissance-style Duncan Garden, or feast your eyes on colorful hydrangeas and hibiscus in the Perennial Garden. You'll especially want to check out the Gaiser Conservatory greenhouse, home to a wild dichotomy of desert and tropical plants. Find serenity in the flowing willows and vibrant azaleas in the Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden, which honors Nishinomiya, Japan, Spokane’s sister city.

Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park is virtually impossible to avoid when you're out and about in Spokane, and that's not a bad thing! The park was designed for Expo ‘74 and encompasses several points of interest. You won’t want to miss the 155-foot Great Northern Clocktower. A short walk across a suspension bridge will place you on a magical little island, which is called "snxw meneɂ" in the indigenous Salish language. And no trip to Riverfront Park would be complete without seeing Upper Falls from along the Centennial Trail.

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Mirabeau Point Park

If you find yourself in Spokane Valley, spend an afternoon at the falls at Mirabeau Point Park. Nearby you can hop on the Centennial Trail for a walk along the Spokane River or enjoy nature trails whilst learning about local geology!