Scoot Spokane

Scoot Spokane is a partnership between Visit Spokane and Lime to provide visitors with the information on where to find Lime Scooters, how to use them safely, and where to go once you’re on them. Our itineraries are intended to provide (you) our visitors with access to different districts within Spokane that may be a little far for some to walk, thus making them the perfect scooting distance.

Quick Links

 

 

How to Scoot Spokane

  1. Download the Lime app (Apple Store) (Google Play)
  2. Scan or enter code to unlock
  3. Click "End Ride" in the app to end your trip
  4. Take a picture of the scooter to end your ride.

 

 

Scoot Spokane Safety Tips 

 

Always follow helmet laws

Lime Scooter Safety Helmet

Apply brakes to slow down/stop

Picture of breaks

 

Do a pre-ride safety check

Scooter Preride check

Always follow traffic laws

Lime Scooter Traffic Laws

 

 

Be mindful of road obstructions

Lime Scooter road obstructions

Park properly by curbside

Lime Scooter parking graphic

 

Scoot Spokane Itineraries

 

 

Kendall Yards

The newest, hippest neighborhood in town

 

What to see

Killer views, hip restaurants, multiple wineries and a whole art collective. Kendall Yards started as a blank canvas on the north bank of the Spokane River. Armed with a vision and a solid design plan, developers zeroedin on the old rail yard and turned it into the funky, fun neighborhood it is today.

What to do

A river runs through it and some of the best city views available are yours to drink in as you toast the inventiveness of the creative builders, restaurateurs, business owners and artists. The urban neighborhood is filled with shops, restaurants and drinkeries.

 

Browne's Addition

The oldest, most historic neighborhood in Spokane

 

What to see

It’s Spokane’s oldest neighborhood. Browne’s Addition is a fine example of Spokane history and the result of some of the city’s earliest visionaries. Filled with stately Victorian mansions, small Arts & Crafts bungalows and mid-century apartment buildings, this neighborhood is now an energetic, artistic and eclectic area to experience.

What to do

Browne’s Addition has a handful of inventive restaurants, coffee shops, and public artwork. Inside the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture you’ll find rotating exhibits sure to pique the interest of any curious mind. Step back in time and experience what it’s like to live in 1900s Spokane opulence with a tour of the Campbell House.

 

South Perry District

A Lesson in Revitalization

 

What to see

Call it a successful experiment in transition. Spokane’s Perry District is the embodiment of revival and rebirth. Once abandoned buildings are now filled with sound and life. New growth and development make it a perfect mix of new and old for any traveler to experience.

What to do

Cruise down the main drag on Perry Street and you’ll find a pedestrian friendly area filled with couples and families shopping, people sitting on patios drinking locally brewed beer, or eating the fruits of several restaurants’ labors.

 

Garland District

The most challenging itinerary on the list, but totally worth it

 

What to see

Tucked on Spokane’s northside, the Garland District is where culture meets history. A walkable and scootable neighborhood, the Garland District is where visitors can explore art galleries and antique shops while stopping in at record and book stores all under the shadow of the some of the city’s beloved landmarks.

What to do

At the northwest corner of the neighborhood, visitors are greeted by the marquee for the historic Garland Theater. Following multiple restorations, the theater now boasts modern technology while maintaining its classic charms. Visitors can enjoy a recent movie, a cult classic.Just down the street is the iconic Milk Bottle. Built in 1935 as a retail storefront for – you guessed it – dairy products, Mary Lou’s Milk Bottle is now a 1950s style diner.

 

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