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A big attraction in the downtown park is the big wagon. Kids can climb and slide to their heart’s content. How I managed to get this picture without a child sliding is beyond me. There are usually several waiting to … Continue reading
Activities are plentiful in Riverfront Park. One of the outstanding events in the Park is coming soon….Hoopfest. Spokane Hoopfest is the biggest 3-on-3 on Earth. That means over 7,000 teams, 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans and 450 courts spanning 42 city … Continue reading
Riverside Park is an area near Seven Mile Road and Aubrey White Parkway. The park runs along the river and features camping and picnic areas. It makes for a great day’s adventure.
One of the beautiful lakes north of Spokane is Sacheen Lake. This was a quiet day and time for fishing on the dock. Beautiful!
This is the main entry to Riverfront Park. The fountain attracts little kids and big kids! On a hot day it cools with just a quick walk-thru!
“Lemonade and garden hats” are the legacy of Corbin Park according to an article in the Spokane Daily Chronicle in 1973. This tranquil, oval shaped park nestled among some of the busiest roads in Spokane once belonged to the Washington-Idaho … Continue reading
The Riverfront Park Carousel, also known as the Looff Carousel and the Natatorium Park Carousel is a carousel in Spokane, Washington originally built in 1909 by Charles I. D. Looff. The carousel was a gift for Looff’s daughter Emma Vogel … Continue reading
Near the Senior Center/Event Center in the Spokane Valley there are hiking trails and picnic areas. The area is called Mirabeau Point Park. It’s a great family treat! While viewing the water fall, the pond had all kinds of wild … Continue reading
The Spokane Falls are “roaring”. So beautiful, especially from the newest area of the Riverfront Park. This Memorial Day weekend should be a busy time for our parks!