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Located just a few miles north of Spokane, Riverside State Park lies along the route of the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers. It is one of the largest state parks in Washington, covering over 11,000 acres and offers a range of outdoor activities to enjoy. There are very few large towns in the area due to the terrain, but you are very close to several forests, including the large Coeur d'Alene National Forest.
The terrain in this area is hilly as it’s on the edge of the Cascade Mountain range, but it makes a great location for exploring the Washington State area when you search for an RV in Spokane County.
The park was established in 1933 through gifts of land and was then developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps to provide various facilities, such as restrooms, offices, and roads. The park now offers 55-miles of hiking trails, rock climbing, riding and much more.
At Nine Mile Falls, there is a trailhead with four separate hiking routes, that has plenty of parking for your rental RV. Spokane River Centennial Trail is a 2.5-mile moderate loop hike that follows the Spokane River before climbing into the hills overlooking the river. The trail offers lovely views of the surrounding countryside and the river below.
Deep Creek Loop Trial initially follows the river before climbing steeply to a great viewpoint. It’s a six-mile loop that offers a more challenging hike with higher climbs and more difficult sections. Dogs are also allowed on this route but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Fishing is a very popular sport in the park, with Lake Spokane, also called Long Lake, that stretches for several miles from the Nine Mile Falls area of the park. Anglers can expect good freshwater fishing on the lake plus the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers. The lake is well stocked with perch, bass, crappie, and rainbow trout.
Boating is another activity available in the park. With three boat launches, the Little Spokane River is restricted to non-powered such as kayaks, canoes, and rafts. Inner-tubes are not allowed for safety reasons. RV rental near Riverside State Park puts you in the perfect location to enjoy all the great outdoor activities this large park offers.
You’ll find two separate campground areas in the park suitable for camping with an RV. Bowl and Pitcher campground offers over 30 sites, half with full-hookups and the other half with water and electricity only. The maximum length of trailer here is 45 feet, so may not be suitable for all and advanced reservation is recommended if you need a long site. Two restrooms are available here, with hot showers and toilets.
Nine Mile Recreation Area has 21 full-hookup sites on the very edge of Spokane River and Lake Spokane, making it a beautiful location for RV camping at Riverside State Park. The areas facilities include restrooms with showers, picnic areas, and a store to get essential supplies.
Take a trip into Spokane in your rental RV, and you won’t be disappointed. The 100-acre Riverfront Park was created in 1974 to hold Expo 74 World’s Fair and now offers a great area to relax. It incorporates the upper Spokane Falls with the lower Spokane Falls just downstream.
Spokane is home to several museums, including the Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum. The museum has a number of aims, but it’s most important is to honor the veterans of all services. The exhibits from first and second world war galleries, to restored aircraft and military equipment. It’s a fascinating look back at military aviation history.
Also in Spokane is the Children’s Museums and Science Center, which is designed for kids to learn through interactive play and hands-on exploration. Split into the Mobius Children"s Museum and the Mobius Science Center, the exhibits and play areas are designed for kids age eight upwards. It’s an entertaining way for the youngsters to learn about the local environment and science.
The American icon, Bing Crosby, grew up in Spokane before moving to Hollywood in 1924. You can visit his boyhood home, which holds the largest collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia and is now part of the Gonzaga University which Bing attended.
Located at Nine Mile Falls is the Spokane House Interpretive Center, which explores the history of the Native American population in the area and the effects of the fur trade when settlers arrived. You can also collect self-guided brochures and follow the information posts along the interpretative trail from Indian Painted Rocks to the Little Spokane River.