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 12415 East Mission Avenue , Spokane Valley, WA, US, 99216

  • Phone: (509) 926-7432
  • Fax: (509) 892-1914
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Outdoor Activities

»Spokane Area Council - Square & Folk Dance Federation of Washington

The Spokane Area Council is a lively organization that hosts over 50 dance events a month in Spokane and the greater Spokane area. Whether it's a workshop, a competition, a fundraiser or just a friendly, social way to work up a sweat, the council's activities appeal to all ages and skill levels. Check the website for details of upcoming events.

1901 N Sullivan Rd
Spokane, WA 99216

»Antoine Peak Conservation Area

Antoine Peak Conservation Area situated to the Northeast of Spokane. With over 1,000 acres in the park and impressive panoramic views from the top of the 3,400 foot peak, this small recreation area offers a great immersion into Washington's wild side. Numerous hiking trails offer varying grades of difficulty in getting to the peak, but watch for mountain bikes making a speedy descent. The park also hosts a large population of native wildlife like moose, cougars and numerous predatory birds like ospreys. 

Antoine Peak Conservation Area
Spokane, WA 99217

»Esmeralda Golf Course

This pleasant golf course is much more mellow than many of the other city-run courses. It is particularly suitable for older people and beginners. It is Spokane's most played course, reflecting its everyman appeal; it has something for all skill levels. Call for more details.

3933 E Courtland Avenue
Spokane, WA 99217

»Meadow Wood Golf Course

Meadow Wood Golf Course is a picturesque 18-hole golf course. The course is based on a Scottish style course and almost every hole is difficult, including holes having a sand or water trap. The public course is moderately priced and there is also a Driving Range, Pro Shop and a restaurant.

24501 East Valley Way
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

»Black Rock

Black Rock offers an amazing place to play golf. The Jim Engh Course is a challenging 18-hole championship golf course. The course is beautiful with lake views, waterfalls rock cliffs and green hills. If you would just like practice, the 18-hole putting course can help you perfect your putt.

210 Sherman Avenue
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

»Friends of the Centennial Trail

The Friends of the Centennial Trail both protect and provide information about the Centennial Trail. It begins at the Idaho state line and ends at Nine Mile Falls and is divided into three distinct parts: the urban section, the valley section and the Riverside State park section. The trail is a haven for cyclists, hikers and runners of all ages and levels of fitness; the Riverside State section is the most challenging part, and the most beautiful. Members of the Friends of the Centennial Trail help contribute to the trail's upkeep, due to pedestrian wear and tear. Check the website for more details.

28 W Indiana
Spokane, WA 99208

»Manito Park

Manito Park in Spokane is found the scenic South Hill region. The park is home to a duck pond, conservatory and five beautiful gardens visited by countless visitors ever years. Some areas of the park are remain as hinterland. The landscape is dominated by cliffs and rocks in areas which are not completely developed. Sledding remains a popular activity during winters when lower Manito's hills are covered with grass. Visitors can also spend a relaxing time exploring the park's topiary shrubs and manicured lawns or embark on a pleasant walking or a biking trail.  

4 West 21st Avenue
Spokane, WA 99203

»First Night Spokane

First Night is Spokane's biggest party - every year, on December 31st, revelers usher in the New Year with a huge fireworks show, a bonfire and a snowboard rail jam. There are also cultural performances, including Irish dancing and live music. It definitely lives up to its billing, with up to 30,000 people showing up. A real treat for locals and visitors alike. Check the website for more information.

505 W Riverside, Ste 607
Spokane, WA 99201

»Liberty Lake Regional Park

Liberty Lake Regional Park lies just outside the border of Spokane, offering a lovely lakeside getaway for city residents. Sprawling over almost 3,600 acres, the park's main feature is Liberty Lake, open for swimming during the summer months for a small fee. Equestrian trails and camping spots allow for a wide range of activities at this pleasant getaway.

3707 South Zephyr Road
Spokane, WA 99019

»Riverfront Park

One of the main entertainment hubs in Spokane, Riverfront Park provides great family entertainment while still having enough secluded spots for someone who just wants to enjoy nature. Many attractions and landmarks reside within the park, including the Looff Carousel, the historic Clock Tower, and the IMAX Theater. Take a turn around the park on the Spokane Falls Northern Railway, which makes a 40 minute loop around the park, showing off its natural beauty and great river views. Many of the city's popular family festivals take place here, especially in the summer, so make sure to check out their website for a calendar of events as well as hours of operation for all attractions.

507 N Howard Street
Spokane, WA 99201

»Pavilion in Riverfront Park

The Pavilion in Riverfront Park is a distinctive part of the Spokane skyline, located directly under a massive tent-like structure. Featuring hours of family fun, the Pavilion seasonally offers carnival rides and an ice skating rink, as well as indoor mini-golf, arcade games, the IMAX theater, and a cafeteria. The Pavilion was originally built for the 1974 World's Fair and operates year-round.

507 N Howard Street
Spokane, WA 99201

»Mobius Kids

Children can learn while having fun. Mobius Kids is a museum that allows children to learn about science and culture through interesting interactive activities and exhibits. There are several different exhibits, including "Geotopia" which explores Earth Science and the "Out-of-Hand Art Studio" where children can paint or draw. You can also sign your children up for classes and programs, including Geology Rocks! Class, Science Explorers Class and World Explorers.

808 West Main Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
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