“In spokane's back yard!”
Riverside is Washington's largest State Park with two rivers, three campgrounds, an Equestrian Area, ORV Area, Cultural/Historical sites, boating and paddling access, miles and miles of mixed use trails, and stunning scenery and views at every turn.The Riverside State Park Foundation supports the Park, working to assist staff, enhance the visitor's experience, connect volunteers to opportunities in the Park, and spread the word about events, recreational opportunities, and new additions to the Park such as our new Riding Arena currently under construction.Riverside State Park, our outdoor recreation paradise, a treasure trove of history and cultural heritage, and Washington's largest State Park is located right in Spokane's back yard. See you in the Park!
Nice recreation area with multiple campgrounds within the park and is in close proximity to the Nine Mile Falls community. Riverside State Park offers mountain bike trails, rock climbing, hiking, and is the starting point of the well known Centennial Trail! Definitely a pleasant area for an outdoor adventure.
Not sure which campground of the 3 this points you to but it was covered in goose poop, lots of construction going on - and although the view was peaceful, it just wasn't the relaxing camping vibe we were hoping for. Coin operated showers and $35 for a site with electricity. Not for us.
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Riverside State Park
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