Things To Do In Riverside State Park

Riverside State Park is one of the best recreation destinations in the northwest. Hundreds of miles of trails wind along the powerful Spokane River, up the staggered basalt cliffs, through beautiful tributaries like the Little Spokane Natural Area and along the shores of Lake Spokane. Learn about the park’s heritage at one of our interpretive centers or take a stroll to find some of the indigenous wildlife. 

Plese Flats – Put-in/Take-out

Plese Flats – Put-in/Take-out

Get ready for an easy ride down the river. This section of the river is wide, flat, and slow. Several picnic tables and grill stands are available as well as vault toilets. Ample parking. DISCOVER PASS REQUIRED

Aubrey White Parkway – Put-In/Take Out

Aubrey White Parkway – Put-In/Take Out

This property is managed by the City of Spokane. The put-in/take-out is designed to accommodate drift boats and rafts but canoes and kayaks may us this location as well. NOTICE: DANGEROUS RAPIDS DOWNSTREAM

TJ Meenach – Put-In/Take-Out

TJ Meenach – Put-In/Take-Out

This is a great location to either end you trip or begin it. There is ample room to launch canoes, kayaks, SUP, rafts, and personal pontoons. There are plenty of great fishing locations beginning at this location. Caution: Rapids Downstream

Water Ave – Put-In

Water Ave – Put-In

While not in Riverside State Park, the Water Street put-in is a great location to begin your trip through the park. This put-in is good for kayaks, canoes, SUP, rafts, and personal pontoons. Starting your trip here will take you through some great rainbow and Redband fishing!

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