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Sky Prairie Park

Sky Prairie Park is in the Five Mile neighborhood. While this is the last of the beautiful flowers that are part of the natural landscaping, the park is still a wonderful place to walk, play, and picnic. It is such … Continue reading

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Lunch Break Walk

There are so many options for the lunch time walk. Parks–north of town, south, valley, and of course Riverfront Park downtown. Get out…..take a walk!

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A Special Outing in the Park

This group of children in Riverfront Park appeared to be on a special outing. Note all the back packs stacked in a row. Check out all the fun opportunities in the park today! Perfect weather for a new adventure.

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Art in Riverfront Park

The art work in Riverfront Park is diverse and spectacular. Some are very modern in design, others very real like. The clock tower behind this modern piece lets the viewer make no mistake about location in Spokane.

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Riverside Park

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.

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Riverfront Park Entry Fountain

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!

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Corbin Park

“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

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Clock Tower & Pavilion

Downtown Riverfront Park. The Clock Tower and Pavilion identify “this is Spokane”! There are always new things to see and do…it’s a popular destination for visitors and those who call Spokane “home”.

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Mirabeau Point Park

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

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Monroe Street Powerhouse

A fun part of our downtown Riverpark are the gondolas. This was taken from the newest addition to the park and was originally Washington Water Power land. A descriptive information board can be seen in the lower left corner of … Continue reading

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