Riverside State Park

Riverside State Park


Location:Northwest of Spokane, on the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers.
Facilities:101 standard campsites, 2 primitive campsites, 2 group camping areas, picnic areas, 3 picnic shelters with kitchens, interpretive center, comfort stations, vault toilets, 9 historic buildings, trails, pedestrian suspension bridge, boat launch.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, motorcycle and ATV riding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, bird watching.
Special Features:The building that today houses Spokane House Interpretive Center was originally a trading post established in 1810. Exhibits illustrate the fur trade that took place in the area. A lava formation commonly referred to as "Bowl and Pitcher" is located in the park river.
Address:9711 W Charles Rd
Nine Mile Falls, WA 99206

Phone:509-456-5064
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Riverside
Size: 10,000 acres.

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Scope: Washington State Parks will use this grant to conduct education and enforcement efforts in the following areas of Spokane and Stevens counties: - Riverside State Park ( 12,000-acre camping park, with nearly 100 miles of trail) - Spokane River Centennial State Park Trail and Trailheads (nearly 40 miles of trail) - Columbia Plateau State Park Trail and Trailheads from Fish Lake to Amber Lake (24 miles of trail) This project will fund one full-time Education and Enforcement (E&E) Ranger to patrol these areas that are open year-round and collectively support more than 4 million visits from motorized and non-motorized NOVA users on an annual basis.
Lazer Sternhell, Peter Vanderpool and Timour Shafran represented both the buyers and sellers in a $6,550,000 transaction involving two apartment buildings just south of Riverside State Park.
Since its creation, LWCF has supported more than 600 projects in Washington state, including popular recreation sites such as Olympic National Park, Lake Chelan, and Riverside State Park. Thousands of Washingtonians have benefited from access to trails and outdoor recreation opportunities, as well as clean air and water preservation, which would not have been possible without the conservation funding provided by LWCF.
Popular recreation sites such as Olympic National Park, Lake Chelan and Riverside State Park have been preserved through the LWCF.
Based on some 25 years of exploring the Sonoma coast, the author of Outdoor Navigation with GPS presents a guide to all of the coastal and riverside state parks on Northern California's Sonoma Coast/Russian River.

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