Centennial Trail

PO Box 351
Spokane WA 99210-0351
Phone: 509-624-7188

The Spokane River Centennial Trail begins at the Idaho state line and ends at Nine Mile Falls, Washington. The one-of-a-kind Trail has its metropolitan center section in downtown Spokane, and branches out to more rural east and west endpoints. The Trail’s path generally follows the contours of the Spokane River, allowing access for many types of outdoor non-motorized recreational activities. Visitors can walk, run, skate, or bike on the Spokane River Centennial Trail. Or just enjoy the peace and quiet of nature, abundant wildlife, and gentle flow of the river.

City of Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation

CenterPlace Regional Event Center
2426 N. Discovery Place
Spokane Valley, WA 99216


The Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with over 172 acres of unique parks and open areas, a variety of quality recreation programs, community events, CenterPlace Regional Event Center, a Senior Center, and three outdoor pools operated seasonally.  Spokane Valley strives to support strong community values and improve livability by providing and promoting quality recreation areas, programs, and facilities.

FLOW Adventures

PO Box 9824
Spokane, WA 99209
Phone: 866- 808-4940, 509-242-8699

FLOW Adventures offers a variety of recreation opportunities in the Spokane area and throughout the inland northwest. Locally they offer guided river rafting and inflatable kayak trips on the upper and lower sections of the Spokane River. In the summer, FLOW provides a daily river tubing service complete with a tube, pfd, and shuttle ride. For those interested in improving their whitewater kayaking skills FLOW has beginner, intermediate, and advanced lessons.

Fun Unlimited

Post Falls Location:
414 E. 1st Ave
Post Falls, ID 83854

Spokane Location:
Downtown River access under the Division St. Bridge


Fun Unlimited offers a variety of water sports equipment rentals at two locations on the Spokane River. At our Spokane location, paddleboards are available for rent. At our Post Falls location, paddleboards, jet skis, and boats are available for rent. Both locations are located on the water; no need to carry paddleboards. Each SUP rental includes a mini lesson.

Kayak Coeur d’Alene

307 E Locust Ave
Coeur d’Alene, ID  83814
Phone: 208-676-1533

Kayak Coeur d’Alene is dedicated to providing the finest in touring kayaks, fishing kayaks, and recreational kayaks, as well as a full line of Stand Up Paddle Boards and accessories. Kayaks and SUP boards are also available for renting and demoing.  For those looking to learn, Kayak Coeur d’Alene provides lessons in kayaking and SUP boarding.

North Idaho College Outdoors Pursuits

South entrance of McLain Hall
North Idaho College
N College Dr, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-769-7809

Outdoor Pursuits exercises both body and mind through wilderness-based, environmentally sound outdoor adventures. They provide a non-profit outdoor service with trips and rentals for students as well as the general public.

Northwest Whitewater Association

P.O. Box 7458
Spokane, WA 99207
Phone: 509-220-8018

Northwest Whitewater Association is a whitewater rafting club based in Spokane, Washington. Their goal is to promote whitewater boating, safety, and conservation. Become a member to get involved in local river floats and events, and receive their informative newsletter, The NWA News.


1125 N Monroe St
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509-328-9900

Since 1986, REI Spokane has been providing outdoor enthusiasts in the Spokane, Washington area with top-brand gear and clothing. REI also offers a wide array of rental equipment including canoes, kayaks, and more. Check their event calendar for local events as well as instructional paddle and kayak classes provided by the REI Outdoor School.

Riverside State Park

9711 W Charles Rd.
Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026
Phone: 509-465-5064

The Riverside Area encompasses approximately 14,000 acres and includes the Centennial Trail and the northern half of the Columbia Plateau Trail. The park manages portions of the Spokane River and Lake Spokane shoreline from the Idaho State line to just below the Lake Lake dam. The main park is located northwest of the city of Spokane and offers towering pine and fir trees, birds-eye views of the river (including the Bowl and Pitcher area), broad vistas and panoramic views of the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers. Visitors can partake in hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding, orienteering, boating, paddling, bird watching, wildlife viewing, trail running, rock climbing, picnicking, and off-roading. Visit the Spokane House and Camp Seven Mile to learn about the area’s culture and history.


Silver Bow Fly Shop

13210 E Indiana Ave
Spokane Valley, WA  99216
Phone: 509-924-9998

Silver Bow Fly Shop is dedicated to helping anglers enjoy their time on the water. Their shop offers carefully selected equipment and classes to help you do just that. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned fisherman, Silver Bow wants to help make you a better fly angler.

Spokane Canoe and Kayak Club

Phone: 509-624-8384

The Spokane Canoe and Kayak Club is an organization of individuals who are enthusiastic about human-powered watercraft. Members range from whitewater kayakers and canoeists to racers, recreationalists, campers, sportsmen/women and families with children. Members paddle open canoes, whitewater canoes, whitewater kayaks, sea kayaks, inflatable kayaks, rafts and sit-on-tops. Check their website to become a member and participate in meetings, trips, paddle clinics, conservation, and more.

Spokane Mountaineers

P.O. Box 1013
Spokane, WA 99210
Phone: 509-838-4974

Founded in 1915, the Spokane Mountaineers is an organization devoted to the conservation and enjoyment of the out-of-doors. Check their website to become a member and participate in an array of activities and instructional classes. River enthusiasts can see their website for information about the group’s weekly Tuesday paddle, overnight trips, and kayak training.


Spokane Parks and Recreation

808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509-363-5418

The Outdoor Program of Spokane Parks and Recreation is one of the largest programs of its type in the country. The program serves Adults, Families, Singles, Youth, Teenagers, Companies and other Groups. The Spokane area has numerous lakes, streams and rivers for exceptional canoeing, kayaking, rafting, and more, so check their catalogue for the activity and/or class that’s right for you.

Stann Grater

612 W. 25th Ave
Spokane, WA 99203
Phone: 509-981-0367

Stann Grater is an international fly fishing instructor, who also offers guided fly fishing trips on local waters as well as individual and group seminar fly casting instruction. No matter if you are just starting your fly fishing career, or you have been at it for years, a session with Stann is guaranteed to make you a better fly caster.

Visit Spokane


With a fantastic four-season climate and 260 sunny days each year, our region is busting at the seam with outdoor adventures. Where else can you enjoy a morning paddle down a lazy river, bike through miles of lush forest, tee up at area golf courses, climb up steep rock faces, cool off in one of 76 regional lakes, camp in gorgeous state parks, wrestle with whitewater rapids and ski through fresh powder? If you couldn’t already tell, Spokane is a prime location for everything outdoors. Grab your gear and plan a trip to experience the rush of the Spokane region!

Wiley E. Waters

3024 S. Steinpreis Rd.
Post Falls, ID 83954
Phone: 208-457-1092

Wiley E. Waters has been providing outstanding river rafting trips in Idaho, Washington, and Montana for nearly 20 years. On the Spokane River they offer whitewater trips on the upper and lower sections. For those looking to relax, check their scenic and wine and dine floats. Wiley E. Water also offers customized team building trips for you and your coworkers, sports team, youth group or church group.