Downtown Spokane

Riverfront Park comes to mind as people hear of Spokane, the center of many of the region’s biggest gatherings recently it has just been classified as the third-best park in the United States of America by National Geographic. The park, which hosted Expo ’74 “The World’s Fair”, has been wonderfully redesigned by Robert Perron and Associates to honor its heritage while also providing new attractions. Riverfront Park was formally opened in 1978 after several years of construction to convert the property.

This 100-acre park spans two islands and both shorelines, offering guests spectacular views of both upper and lower Spokane Falls. Riverfront Park was once a dense tangle of railroad trees and suburban overgrowth. During the 1960s, it was difficult to see that a river ran through the city because it was still hidden by train tracks and parking lots. It’s difficult to believe it was just an old rail yard 50 years ago.

You will be able to see the Spokane River here, Most visitors are greeted by the famous and historic Looff Carrousel, this beautiful carousel has been a part of Spokane’s history since its inception, which is significant for both the city and this carousel. In the reach, the Clock Tower and Pavilion can be seen. If you will walk straight next door from the Pavilion to the footbridges that overlook one of the waterfalls.

There’s a beautiful road that leads to pocket parks, sculpture, and wildlife. The historic houses of the city can be seen from the river’s bridges. The streets and convention center can be accessed from a variety of locations. You can go on a stroll, a dog walks, or meets for coffee. Riverfront Park remains a popular meeting spot for both locals and visitors.

Throughout the year, they organize a number of neighborhood activities, so there’s always something interesting to do! You’ll create memories when you visit Riverfront Spokane’s rich heritage, numerous attractions, and natural beauty.

Starting at the Riverfront Park located at 507 N Howard St, Spokane, WA 99201, United States. Head north on N Howard St onto W Cataldo Ave, then Turn left onto W Gardner Ave, then turn left you’ll reach Spokane Arena which is located at 720 W Mallon Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, United States.

If you depart from Spokane Arena, 720 W Mallon Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, United States. Head north onto W Boone Ave, Turn left at the 1st intersection toward W Boone Ave, then turn right onto W Boone Ave then Turn right onto US-2 W/US-395 S/N Division St, then Use the second from the right lane to turn to turn left onto N Browne St. then Turn right onto Sprague Ave. You’ll arrive at Amtrak Train Station, 221 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, United States.
From the Amtrak Train Station, 221 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, United States. Head further north onto Sprague Ave, then Turn left onto Sprague Ave. Turn right onto N Washington St and you’ll find the Paulsen Building Post Office at 421 W Riverside Ave #103, Spokane, WA 99201, United States.
When leaving the Paulsen Building Post Office, 421 W Riverside Ave # 103, Spokane, WA 99201, United States, head north on N Washington St toward W Riverside Ave. then turn left at the 1st intersection onto W Riverside Ave. where you’ll find Thomas S. Foley United States Courthouse, 920 W Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, United States.
Finally, leaving Thomas S. Foley United States Courthouse, 920 W Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA 99201, United State take I-90 E, Exit 282 for N Hamilton St and E Mission Ave to N Regal St. Now head northwest on W Riverside Ave toward N Monroe St, then take a sharp left toward N Monroe St, take a slight right to merge onto I-90 E. Use the two rightmost lanes to turn to exit 282 for Hamilton St/WA-290 toward Trent Ave. Continue on WA-290 E, then go straight to N Hamilton St, then turn right onto E Mission Ave. Next, turn left onto N Regal St. and you’ll reach The Easy Home Buyer at 1501 N Regal St. Spokane, WA 99207 United States.
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