Staff at Riverside State Park invites you to help celebrate the completion of the northwest
extension of the Spokane River Centennial Trail. This extends the Centennial Trail approximately two miles from Sontag
Community Park
to Nine
Mile Recreation
area on Lake Spokane. This key addition enhances Centennial
Trail access and provides an important link within the community.

4 p.m.
August 15
Nine Mile Recreation Area
11226 W Charles Rd., Nine Mile Falls
Speeches will be followed by time for mingling and walking
the new section of trail. State Parks staff and partners will be on hand to
talk about upcoming work on the trail and other priority projects. Event
parking will be available at the Nine Mile Recreation Area.
The Centennial Trail begins at the Washington/Idaho state
line and ends at Nine Mile Falls. The trail’s path generally follows the
contours of the Spokane River, allowing access for many types of outdoor
non-motorized recreational activities. The Spokane River Centennial Trail
connects with the North Idaho Centennial Trail. Together, the trails span more
than 60 miles and connect the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene communities.
Funding for this project was provided by Friends of the
Centennial Trail, Avista Corp. and Washington State Parks through a grant
program from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office. The name
“Centennial” refers to the trail’s initial construction period, which occurred
soon after the Washington State Centennial.
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