Spokane is home to beautiful parks, waterfalls, unique museums, restaurants, coffee shops and great activities.

Explore the downtown shops and restaurants, listen to a performance by the Spokane Symphony orchestra, enjoy wine tasting and go hiking along one of the scenic trails in the area.

Visit Mobius Children’s Museum and Riverfront Park which is a favorite with families because of its kid-friendly attractions and a chance to spot local wildlife. Here are the best things to do in Spokane, Washington.

1. Manito Park

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You can see people picnicking, kids playing baseball, and bird watchers peeking into the trees of Manito Park any time of the year. In the spring, summer, and fall, this 90-acre park in Spokane’s South Hill neighborhood is a beautiful place to visit and smell the roses, visit the Japanese garden or the dahlia garden, stroll along the paved paths, or sit on a bench and relax.

Ducks and geese are frolicking in the pond and the conservatory is full of exotic desert and tropical plants that thrive year round. In the winter when the flowerbeds are covered in snow, kids take over and enjoy sledding down the hills. Manito Park has been around since 1903, and it continues to provide Spokane residents with a peaceful, well-tended oasis and a space to enjoy the nature. Manito Park is one of the best things to do in Spokane, Washington.

1702 S. Grand Blvd., Spokane, Washington, Phone: 509-625-6200

2. Spokane Falls

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Located in the central business district of downtown Spokane, the Spokane Falls are waterfalls and dams that add to the beauty of the city and are one of the top Spokane attractions. At one time there was a large Native American population living here, and they called the falls Stluputqu or “swift water.”

The falls are divided into two parts: the Upper Falls is the site of the Upper Falls Dam built in 1920 while the Lower Falls features the Monroe Street Dam, which was built in 1890 and generates hydroelectricity for the city. The Friends of the Falls is an organization that protects and preserves the falls and the nearby river gorge. More info

3. Riverfront Park, Spokane, Washington

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Riverfront Park is one of the most spectacular American urban parks.

It covers 100 acres of land and includes an island, the magnificent Spokane Falls and River, the 1902 Clock Tower, the Expo '74 Pavilion, the 1909 Looff Carrousel, and so much more.

Kids can play in the giant red wagon, cool off in the huge Rotary Fountain, or take a long hike through the meadows and wild conservation areas. If you are wondering what to do in Spokane with kids, this is a great place to visit.

You can spot ospreys, marmots, beaver, ducks and geese. If you are not big on walking, try the Spokane Falls SkyRide for a bird’s eye perspective. More weekend getaways from Seattle

507 N Howard St., Spokane, Washington, Phone: 509-625-6601

4. Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox

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The Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox started its life in 1931 as a Fox movie theater. Renowned architect Robert Reamer designed the beautiful Art Deco building. At the time, with 2,300 seats, the theatre was the largest in Spokane.

It featured the most advanced modern movie technology and was the only air-conditioned Spokane building at the time. Spectacular murals by Anthony Heinsbergen decorated the mezzanine and auditorium. The theater also hosted many stage performances by stars such as Frank Sinatra and Catharine Hepburn.

In 2000, the theater was slated for demolition but was saved and renovated mostly by the efforts and funding of Martin Woldson and his daughter. Today, the theater is home to the Spokane Symphony and offers a wonderful stage for the performing arts in Spokane. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

1001 W. Sprague Avenue, Spokane, Washington, Phone: 509-624-1200

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5. Downtown Spokane

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Downtown Spokane is made up of several areas that provide dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities for residents and visitors. The Entertainment District includes the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, the 20 screen AMC theater, the Knitting Factory Concert House, and many bars and restaurants. The Cork District and the Inland Northwest Ale Trail provide two ways of sampling Spokane’s wines and brews.

The Spokane River runs through the city, and some consider it to be the most beautiful city river in the United States. If you are wondering what to do in Spokane, Washington today, this is a great place to start exploring. Spokane’s Riverfront Park is home to scenic meadows, an IMAX theater, the 1909 historic Looff Carousel, and other rides and attractions. More day trips in Washington State

6. Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

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The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, located on West First Avenue in the Browne’s Addition neighborhood of Spokane, is a museum with collections of art and artifacts related to the history of the local region, Native American Indian culture, and other cultures and works of fine art.

Known locally as MAC, the museum features five underground galleries, an auditorium, an education center, an outdoor amphitheater, and a store and cafe. Formerly known as the Cheney Cowles Museum, the museum also owns and conducts tours of the nearby historic 1898 Campbell House, which is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

The museum also boasts the Joel E. Ferris Research Archives, which contain books, maps, photographs, and more.

2316 West First Avenue, Spokane, Washington, Phone: 509-456-3931

7. John A. Finch Arboretum

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Located on West Woodland Boulevard on Sunset Hill along Garden Springs Creek in Spokane, the John A. Finch Arboretum is a 65-acre public arboretum. Founded in 1949 and named after a Spokane businessman, the arboretum features over 2,000 shrubs and trees. It is known for its collections of conifers and maples, as well as its rhododendron grove and its many lilacs.

The arboretum is also the home of a nature trail called the Touch and See Nature Trail, which is owned by a local Girl Scout organization. Tours of the arboretum are conducted, and there are events and activities held there throughout the year.

3404 West Woodland Boulevard, Spokane, Washington, Phone: 509-624-4832

8. Mica Moon Zip Tours

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Mica Moon Zip Tour is an exciting way to see some of the wild nature around Spokane from high above the treetops. The tour lasts about two and half hours, and starts at the Liberty Lake Portal about halfway to Mica Peak.

From the lake, you will drive a UTV along scenic trails to the top of the company property, where you will be strapped into a safety harness and given instructions on safe ziplining.

Mica Moon tour takes you over forest glens, across a valley, over a mountain stream, and over Mica Moon historic prohibition-era moonshine camps. You will see most of these attractions as you hang from a line high in the treetops, but the tour also includes two trail hikes, giving you the opportunity to spot hawks, elk, and other wildlife.

23403 E. Mission Ave. Suite 100, Liberty Lake, WA 99019, 509-587-4020

9. Riverside State Park

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Located on West Charles Road about nine miles northwest of Spokane in Nine Mile Falls, Riverside State Park is the largest state park in the state of Washington. The park consists of several areas such as the Bowl and Pitcher, the 1,500-acre Little Spokane River Natural Area, and the 600-acre Nine Mile Recreation Area.

There are many activities in which visitors to the park can partake, including biking, bird watching, boating, canoeing and kayaking, as well as camping, fishing, swimming, and picnicking. The area also features the Spokane River Centennial Trail, a 37-mile long trail, and visitors can learn about Spokane Indians, early pioneers, and fur trappers and traders at the Spokane House Interpretive Center.

10. ROW Adventure Center

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ROW Adventure Center is an outdoor activity tour company that offers whitewater rafting and other activities in Spokane. Spokane is special in that it has a scenic river flowing through it, and it is popular with visitors to the city; the Riverfront Park, the gorge, and the Spokane Falls are very scenic areas. The Spokane River Rafting tour offered by ROW Adventure Center begins downstream from the city.

There is an eight-mile stretch of the river that is very dramatic in appearance, and features rock cliffs, Ponderosa pine forests, and wildlife such as osprey and eagles. When the water levels are low, the company provides rafters for visitors to float down the river.

209 South Washington, Spokane, Washington, Phone: 208-770-2517

11. Centennial Trail

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Centennial Trail is 37.5-mile long hiking and biking trail that starts at the state line between Washington and Idaho and finishes at Nine Mile Falls in Washington.

Part of the trail goes through downtown Spokane and through Riverfront Park before continuing to more rural areas to the east and west. The trail mostly follows the Spokane River and provides access to all kinds of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, bird watching, camping, skiing, snowshoeing, and many others. Most parts of the trail were finished by 1991, and all 37.5 miles of the trail are paved.

Centennial Trail links with the North Idaho Centennial Trail, and together they connect the communities of Spokane and Coeur d’Alene.

12. Mount Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park

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Mount Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park is a ski resort located on North Mount Spokane Park Drive. The park is located within the Mount Spokane State Park approximately 23 miles northeast of the city of Spokane. There are five chairlifts to take skiers and snowboarders from the base to the peak at 5,889 feet.

The park also features nighttime skiing, a tubing hill, and lodges. The historic Vista House at the summit was built in 1933 and provides hot food and drinks on the weekends and on holidays. The park offers rentals and lessons for children and for adults as well as special programs, including day care for children.

29500 North Mount Spokane Park Drive, Mead, WA 99021, 509-238-2220

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13. Wisconsinburger

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Making burgers fresh every day really makes all the difference in the world. When Wisconsinburger brought their Midwest burgers to the spacious and welcoming shop on Spokane’s South Hill, people instantly fell in love with them. Really, their success is not owed to some big secret; they simply use locally sourced prime beef that is freshly ground every morning, hot and crunchy artisan buns made in the neighboring Alpine Bakery, and a special import from Wisconsin: their original cheese curds.

Wisconsinburger also has the skilled hands of Chef Tim Ahern, who puts an artist’s twist on his concoctions. To accompany these fabulous burgers cooked to perfection, you can get one of eight rotating taps of craft beers or 90 other kinds of beer in bottles or cans.

916 S Hatch St., Spokane, Washington, Phone: 509-241-3083

14. Queen of Sheba

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If you have never tasted a piece of injera dipped in the thick sauce of Yesiga, you are in for a (very spicy) treat. Injera is a traditional Ethiopian bread, a soft, spongy crepe used to dip into stews such as Yesiga We’t, beef stew simmered with garlic, onions, tomatoes, ginger, and authentic Ethiopian spices.

They serve it at Queen of Sheba just as it is served in Ethiopia – on a large communal platter meant to be shared between family and friends. There are no forks or spoons, just a lot of injera. The restaurant is small and nicely decorated with original Ethiopian ethnic art, but the true art comes from the kitchen. Ethiopian cuisine is one of the oldest in the world, so they have had some time to perfect it.

Every bite is a discovery; go through their appetizer list to get a good idea of the mix of ingredients, spices, and cooking techniques typically used. Queen of Sheba also serves great Ethiopian coffee, which is as addictive as the superb, flavorful food.

621 W Mallon Ave Suite 426, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-328-3958

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15. Spokane Symphony

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The Spokane Symphony is a professional orchestra that performs most of its concerts at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox on West Sprague Avenue. Founded in 1945 as the Spokane Philharmonic, the 70 member orchestra was renamed the Spokane Symphony in 1962.

In addition to its regular concerts, the orchestra also plays SuperPops performances and offers two free park concerts (one at Liberty Lake’s Pavilion Park and the other at Spokane’s Comstock Park), and it accompanies the Nutcracker Ballet during the holiday season.

The Symphony offers a large variety of education programs including Education at the Symphony, Music Heals with Spokane Tribe, and elementary and secondary school programs.

Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, 1001 W. Sprague, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-624-1200

16. Barrister Winery

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Located on Union Pacific Railroad in the Davenport Arts District in Spokane, Barrister Winery is housed in a 100-year-old 25,000 square foot warehouse with high ceilings and exposed beams and bricks.

Founded in 2000, the winery features a tasting room, which is open every day, and an art gallery. Some of the wines produced at the Barrister Winery include Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Sangiovese, and Sauvignon Blanc, among others.

The winery also hosts events such as Wednesdays at the Winery, an outdoor summer evening music series held in the winery’s courtyard. The winery can also be rented for weddings, birthday parties, and other special occasions.

1213 W. Railroad Ave., Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-465-3591

17. Green Bluff

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Green Bluff is the name of a farming community in Spokane County as well as a nearby cliff. Early Native Americans burned the brush around the local evergreen trees and later, when green grass appeared, early settlers called the area “Green Bluff.”

Strawberries were among the earliest crops grown in Green Bluff, but today there are many other things grown here, including apples, apricots, cherries, peaches, and much more. Established in 1902, the Green Bluff Grower’s Association helps farmers with tourism, and in addition to growing fruit, many of the farms offer tours and events such as festivals.

Wildlife in the area includes birds like bald eagles, along with coyotes, deer, and elk.

18. The Scoop, Spokane, WA

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Take the kids for a walk on tree-lined 25th Avenue on Spokane’s South Hill and treat them to a fabulous, hot, made-on-the-spot Belgian waffle topped with shop-made ice cream, fruits, and whipped cream.

The Scoop is a small waffle and ice cream shop that is quickly developing a reputation for their special recipe for Belgian Liege waffles and ice creams made to order with liquid nitrogen to produce a particularly fine texture with small crystals. The process is quite fun to watch, too.

The Scoop also sells great organic locally roasted coffee, and you can have them make you a waffle sandwich with cheese and sausage drizzled with maple syrup for lunch. The Scoop also has a food truck cruising around Spokane, and you can check their website to see the locations it will visit.

1001 W 25th Ave., Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-535-7171

19. Things to Do in Spokane: The Steam Plant

Things to Do in Spokane: The Steam Plant
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After decades of serving as a heating plant, The Steam Plant is alive again. It has been meticulously renovated and is now open as an event venue, retail space, a superb upscale Stack restaurant, and a small, ten-barrel craft brewery.

Take a tour of the old plant and immerse yourself in the history of Spokane before wandering among catwalks and boilers to the superb Stack restaurant. The upscale, elegant décor matches well with the eclectic, modern, and imaginative food.

You can expect treats such as shellfish sautéed in smoked bacon, shallots, garlic, and basil and then steamed in The Steam Plant’s Cutter’s Pale Ale or Colorado broiled buffalo ribeye served with the juice of smoked shiitake mushrooms or Pt. Reyes bleu cheese. Wash it all down with one of the superb craft beers brewed just behind the restaurant. Try their signature Double Stack Stout.

159 South Lincoln, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-777-3900

20. Wild Sage Bistro

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Bright, comfortable, and tastefully decorated, Wild Sage Bistro is the fine dining destination for those who are looking for incredibly fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced food.

Those who have a hard time finding gluten free fine dining options will also appreciate this eatery. You might think that it wouldn’t be easy to come up with a full menu when you are restricted to what is in season, but you would be surprised. Using local beef, heirloom vegetables, locally caught fresh fish, and fresh fruits and tomatoes, Wild Sage Bistro serves what they call Regionally Sourced Northwest Cuisine.

This concept translates into dishes such as Dungeness Crab Wontons – crisp thin wrappers filled with crabs and ginger and served with Thai chili sauce, coconut reduction, and daikon slaw. Sage makes interesting sage-based cocktails and has a small but very good wine list.

916 W. 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-456-7575

21. Latah Creek Winery

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Latah Creek Winery is a family owned and operated winery located on East Indiana Avenue in Spokane. Established in 1982, it is an award winning winery that has been using traditional old world winemaking techniques for over 30 years.

The establishment offers tours of the winery, which include a stop at the tasting room. The winery also features a courtyard that visitors can enjoy while tasting the wine, or it can be used for picnics.

Latah Creek Winery is famous for its Merlot, but it also produces other red wines like Malbec and Sangiovese as well as white wines such as Chardonnay, Moscato, Pinot Gris, and Riesling.

13030 East Indiana Avenue, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-926-0164

22. Avista Stadium

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Avista Stadium is an outdoor sports venue located on North Havana Street at the fairgrounds east of downtown Spokane. Opened in 1958 and originally called the Fairgrounds Recreational Park, it is the home of the Spokane Indians minor league baseball team and ten championship teams have played at the stadium.

It sits at an elevation of 1,910 feet (580 meters) above sea level and has a seating capacity of 6,803. Other features of the stadium include skyboxes, the Banner Back Diamond Club, a press box, a field level picnic area, and much more. There is also a “Kids Zone” presented by the Shriners Hospital as an area for children to play during games. More day trips from Seattle

602 North Havana Street, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-535-2922

23. Gonzaga University

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Located on East Boone Avenue, Gonzaga University is a private Roman Catholic university founded in 1887 by the Society of Jesus. Named after a Jesuit saint, Aloysius Gonzaga, the university was founded by Father Joseph Cataldo as a Catholic school for the local Native Americans.

Sitting on 131 acres of grassland along the Spokane River not far from downtown Spokane, the university is made up of 105 buildings including two large libraries and many pieces of art work. The university offers a variety of tours including the Campus Tour, the Residence Hall Tour, and Group Visits which are mostly for high school students.

502 East Boone Avenue, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-328-4220

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24. The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

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Located on East 12th Avenue, the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist is the Episcopal Diocesan cathedral of Spokane. In 1929 three churches merged to form the cathedral: All Saints Cathedral, St. James, and St. Peter’s. The current structure was completed in 1954: it stands 180 feet high (55 meters) and is made of cut sandstone.

There are many carvings and stained glass windows that add to the beauty of the cathedral. The cathedral organ consists of 4,039 pipes and was designed and built by the Aeolian-Skinner Company. There is also a 49 bell carillon in the Bishop Cross Tower.

127 East 12th Avenue, Spokane, WA, Phone: 509-838-4277

25. Mobius Children’s Museum

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Mobius Children’s Museum is a hands on art, culture, and science museum located at River Park Square on West Main Avenue. It offers a variety of fun and educational activities for younger children including camps and classes. The “Out-of-Hand Art Studio” is a place where children can color, draw, and paint, and create things using a variety of materials such as beads, feathers, and much more.

“Geotopia” teaches children about the elements of the ecosystem like water, weather, and wind. There are also several insects and reptiles in “Geotopia.” Storytellers and musicians entertain children at the “Globe Theater.”

331 N Post St, Spokane, WA 99201, Phone: 509-321-7121

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Best Spokane, WA Hotels

When it comes to places to sleep, Spokane has several deluxe hotels with stylish accommodations and high-end amenities that promise an unforgettable stay.

The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection

Housed in a beautifully preserved grand building a short walk from Riverfront Park, the Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection is a refined hotel with elegant accommodations, three award-winning restaurants, and a luxury spa. The hotel has stylishly appointed guest rooms and suites with marble en-suite bathrooms, living areas with whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, and modern amenities, and a presidential suite has a fully equipped kitchen and a private terrace with spectacular views. Globally-inspired cuisine is served at three restaurants, a cocktail bar serves classic and signature libations, and other deluxe hotel facilities include a deluxe spa and gym, an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, and a large business center.

10 S Post St, Spokane, WA 99201, Phone: 509-455-8888

The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection

The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection is a sleek downtown hotel with stylish, safari-themed guest rooms, deluxe hotel facilities, and an indoor swimming pool and hot tub. Located a short walk from Riverfront Park, the hotel features classically designed guest rooms and suites with contemporary décor, en-suite bathrooms with over-sized marble showers and designer toiletries, living areas with fireplaces, and modern amenities. The hotel has a relaxed bar and a grill restaurant that specializes in fresh local cuisine and classic libations, a 24-hour fitness center with cardio and weight-training machines, a spacious business center, and concierge services.

111 S Post St, Spokane, WA 99201, Phone: 509-789-6965

The Davenport Grand, Autograph Collection

Set on a bustling street in downtown Spokane, the Davenport Grand, Autograph Collection is an upscale hotel with easy access to Riverfront Park and Manito Park and Botanical Gardens. Well-appointed guest rooms and suites have spectacular city views and feature sleek, contemporary décor and custom furnishings, en-suite bathrooms with showers, and modern amenities like flat-screen televisions, minifridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers. The hotel has two highly-acclaimed restaurants, a lobby espresso bar, and an elegant whiskey bar, and deluxe facilities include a fully-equipped fitness center, a rooftop terrace with city views, and a modern business center with banquet facilities. Breakfast is served every morning for an additional fee and the hotel offers a concierge service.

333 W Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA 99201, Phone: 509-458-3330

The Davenport Lusso, Autograph Collection

Located a short walk away from Riverfront Park and the Spokane River, the Davenport Lusso, Autograph Collection is an elegant boutique hotel set in a historic 19th-century downtown building with high-end facilities. The charming hotel has stylishly appointed guest rooms and suites are decorated with original oil paintings, plush furnishings, en-suite bathrooms, living spaces with gas fireplaces, wet bars, and work desks. The Palm Court Grill is located in the lobby and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the Peacock Room Lounge boasts an exquisite stained glass ceiling and serves an expansive selection of wines from local vineyards, specialty drinks, and cocktails. Other facilities include a fully-equipped fitness center, a modern business center with fax and photocopying services, and a 24-hour reception.

808 W Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, Phone: 509-747-9750

Spokane Club Inn

Spokane Club Inn Washington is a casual hotel in the heart of Spokane and a short walk from Riverfront Park that offers elegant accommodations, a private member's only restaurant and lounge, and an indoor swimming pool. The hotel has richly decorated guest rooms and suites with en-suite bathrooms, and modern amenities including flat-screen televisions, minifridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers. Restaurant 1910 is a member’s only restaurant that serves gourmet cuisine and an extensive wine list of fine wines from around the world, and the River Side Deli serves casual fare and drinks in a laid-back setting. The hotel is close to Steam Plant Square where there are several shops and restaurants.

1002 W Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, Phone: 509-838-8511

Holiday Inn Spokane Airport

Holiday Inn Spokane Airport is an unpretentious hotel a short drive from the Spokane International Airport and Riverfront Park that features basic guest accommodations, on-site American grill restaurant, and bar, and an indoor saltwater swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Well-appointed guest rooms and suites have en-suite bathrooms with showers, work desks, and modern amenities such as flat-screen televisions, minifridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers. The hotel has a fully-equipped fitness center and business center, and the hotel offers a complimentary airport shuttle service and ample guest parking.

1616 S Windsor Dr, Spokane, WA 99224, Phone: 509-838-1170

Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown

Situated on a rock bluff overlooking the Spokane River, the Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown is a Tudor-style hotel with spacious guest accommodations, a business center, and a 24-hour fitness center. The hotel is located within walking distance from Gonzaga University, the Spokane Arena, and the scenic Riverfront Park which leads to the INB Performing Arts Center and the Spokane Convention Center. Spacious guest rooms are classically furnished and have en-suite bathrooms with showers, modern amenities such as flat-screen televisions, microwaves, and coffeemakers, and complimentary wireless Internet, and the hotel has a large outdoor patio with barbecue facilities that guests can use.

N, 801 N Division St, Spokane, WA 99202, Phone: 509-328-8505

Best Spokane RV Parks

Several great RV parks can be found in and around Spokane, offering great amenities and easy access to all of the city's main attractions and landmarks.

North Spokane RV Campground

Situated in the northern part of the city and offering a quiet, calm setting while still being just a short drive away from all the main parks, museums, restaurants, and attractions of Spokane, the North Spokane RV Campground is one of the top rated RV parks in this Washington State city. Ideally suited for both short and long term stays, the North Spokane RV Campground is a recent addition to the camping scene in this city but has already set itself apart as one of the top locations to spend some time.

With affordable daily, weekly, and monthly rates, the North Spokane RV Campground is a great choice for all kinds of travelers, especially those who want to get the best value deals for their trips to Spokane. On-site amenities at this RV park include high speed Wi-Fi, cable TV for all RV guests, a dog park for your furry friends, clean bathhouses, private showers, a seasonal swimming pool, a large recreation hall, a laundry room with washers and dryers, big rig friendly sites, a play area for young children, a dump station, propane sales, and much more.

10904 N Newport Hwy, Spokane, WA 99218, Phone: 509-315-5561

Spokane KOA Journey

Located in the eastern part of the city in the Spokane Valley, the Spokane KOA Journey is an ever-reliable option for travelers in this part of Washington State. If you're a frequent camper or RV traveler, you should be familiar with the KOA (Kampgrounds of America) name. Offering lots of locations all around the United States, KOA excels in amenities, service, and more, offering some of the finest RV parks and camping experiences you could ever hope to find.

The Spokane KOA Journey location is no exception, with super service and useful amenities guaranteed at this year-round RV park, which has received an impressive 4.5 out of 5 rating from past guests. On-site amenities at this RV park include 70-foot long RV spaces, high speed internet access, cable TV at all RV sites, a dog park and other pet friendly facilities for people who want to travel with a furry member of the family, a seasonal swimming pool, bike rentals, firewood sales, sports courts, a gaming lounge, a play area for kids, and a camp store selling plenty of useful items and essential supplies for your stay.

3025 N Barker Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99027, Phone: 509-924-4722

Alderwood RV Express

If you're in need of a highly rated, full service RV park in the Spokane area, look no further than Alderwood RV Express. Situated in the northern outskirts of the city, this RV park provides luxury facilities and tranquil surroundings, allowing every guest to enjoy a calm, peaceful stay while still being able to head into the city at a moment's notice and reach all of the major attractions and landmarks within half an hour or less. Surrounded by trees and picturesque scenery, Alderwood RV Express is part of the Highway West Vacations chain of RV parks, renowned for top tier levels of service and amenities.

Offering standard, deluxe, premium, and super premium RV sites all at competitive rates, you can pick a space to suit you and your RV at this park, which also offers a general store selling gifts and camping essentials, an indoor heated pool for swimming fun, a clubhouse to meet and exchange ideas with other travelers or simply relax with your friends, a TV lounge and rec area with pool table, a dog park for your furry friends, laundry machines, Wi-Fi hotspots, a play area for children, cable TV channels, BBQ grills, and more. No matter what you need to have a great stay in Spokane, you’ll find it at Alderwood RV Express.

14007 N Newport Hwy, Mead, WA 99021, Phone: 509-467-5320