Spokane's most well-known attractions include the Bowl & Pitcher Park and Riverfront Park, and many people travel to Spokane to enjoy its great parks, lakes, and hiking. It's really worth staying over for at least a day or two in Spokane if you're traveling through the United States's Washington region, as Spokane is one of the United States's more popular travel destinations. Take some time to explore this Spokane travel guide and check out all the interesting stuff to see and do there.
Travel Tips from people who've been to Spokane
Parks are amazing
Rainbow park
Centennial Trail
Mission Park
Manito is the best by far
Spokane's Finch Arboretum
Riverfront Park is alright but overrated.

you can find parks everywhere if you just drive around dont get afraid of being lost you'll find new treasures everywhere.

rock climbing  park behind the YMCA in Spokane Valley.


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Pig out in the Park happens every Labor Day weekend in Riverfront Park. There are tons of food vendors set up with reasonably priced dishes. Come with cash, an appetite and a buddy (to share dishes with). There is plenty of free entertainment as well as several beer gardens. Great way to try a restaurant before you actually go there.
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Spokane is a beautiful city, especially in the evening. The weather is just beautiful and it's perfect for taking long, nightly walks. I personally recommend visiting Spokane if you're looking for somewhere peaceful and relaxing to go to.
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Recent Updates for Spokane
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3 years ago
Mandi G. added restaurant The West Wing in Spokane
3 years ago
What's there: Garlic, Greek
Mandi G. added restaurant Sushi Maru in Spokane
4 years ago
What's there: Conveyor Belt Sushi, Sushi
4 years ago
What's there: Coffee House, Salads, Sandwiches
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