2016 Forest River Vengeance Touring Edition
2016 Forest River Vengeance Touring Edition
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Covering 13,919 acres, Mount Spokane State Park is one of the biggest state parks in Washington state. With miles of trails and stunning views from the 5,883-foot summit of the mountain, it is not surprising that so many people book an RV in Spokane County. Although most widely known for alpine winter recreation, the park offers all sorts of activities throughout the year, including horseback riding, biking, berry picking, hiking, snowshoeing, and picnicking, to name a few.
The biggest draw for people to go RV camping at Mount Spokane State Park is the incredible skiing opportunities it provides those that visit, especially in the winter months. There is around 60 km of groomed Nordic ski trails to enjoy. The trails are so popular that it annually hosts the Langlauf cross-country ski race, which is well known over the state and further afield. The varying terrain is suitable for both classic and skates skiing when there is snow, so the park can be enjoyed no matter the time of year.
If you are feeling the need for speed, don your helmet and waterproof gear and rev up your snowmobile, as in the winter, the park gets enough snow for motorized fun. There are 16 miles of groomed roads that are available for snowmobiles.
During spring, summer, and fall, the ski trails are multi-use and are a great way to fully explore the park when camping with an RV in the area. You could walk for days and never see the same view twice. There are 100 miles of trails overall, which will take you through the Selkirk Mountains, covered in thick, beautiful, forest. Take a stroll through the bear grass, lupine, and bright wildflowers in the spring, while in the fall, the grasses turn a rich amber, and the fireweed starts to bloom. There is no bad time to go camping at Mount Spokane State Park.
Mount Spokane State Park contains eight standard campsites, as well as a larger group campsite that can accommodate up to 100 people. The sites are first-come, first-served, and are a real hotspot for campers who want to be fully immersed in the great outdoors. If you are lucky enough to get one of these campsites for your RV rental, you will have access to drinking water, flush toilets, and some incredible views to wake up to in the morning.
Seeing as there are only eight sites in the state park RV campgrounds, more camping is available nearby for those renting an RV. A good option is Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA, a 360 acres campground just 35 miles north of Spokane. The sites here are picturesque and wooded and have 50 max amp electrical service, 32 of which are pull-thru. All sites come with a picnic table and fire ring, so you can spend many happy evenings sitting around the campfire, reminiscing about the adventures of the day. There is free WiFi in the WiFi center, a swimming pool, a dog park, free frisbee golf, and lots more.
For those traveling with a family, a visit to Wonderland Family Fun Center is a must. There is so much to enjoy in one place, including a new laser tag area, go-karts, bumper boats, blacklight miniature golf, an arcade, batting cages, and even a rock-climbing wall. You could easily spend the whole day here, plus it can be a great rainy-day activity as many of the attractions are located inside.
What is better than sipping on a cocktail with mountain views? You can do exactly that at the Up North Distillery. It is one of the only distilleries in the state where you can order a cocktail at the bar and watch the distilling process taking place. The company produce their own spirits on-site and mix up a delightful range of cocktails at the bar, making it the perfect way to relax after a long day of hiking and exploring.
Learn more about the history of the area at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. Locally known as the MAC, it also offers its many visitors tours of the nearby Campbell House, which is included on the National Register of Historic Places. In the main museum, the exhibits focus on the American Indian and other cultures, visual art, and regional history.