Raft the Spokane River or hike and bike 100+ miles of mountain trails near Spokane.
Set in the rolling plains of eastern Washington, Spokane is nestled between mountains, foothills, and forests. In this varied landscape, camping trips can be as relaxed or adventurous as you like. Shoot the rapids on the Spokane River or bike to Idaho on the Centennial Trail. Or, sip coffee next to your campfire and enjoy the views of Mount Spokane.
Just 10 miles from downtown Spokane, Riverside State Park has tent sites and an RV park. Spend your days rafting and fishing, and fall asleep to the sound of the water. Nearby, 55 miles of hiking and biking trails wind up into Nine Mile Recreation Area. A favorite of equestrians, the park also offers horse-friendly trails and campsites.
Summit three peaks at Mount Spokane State Park, where 100 miles of trails cross the Selkirk Mountains. Arrive early to get a spot in the Mount Spokane campground. Or, hike up Quartz Mountain and camp in the fire station overlooking the forest.
If you’re looking for Wi-Fi and full hookups, the RV campgrounds in town have you covered. Another comfortable option is Liberty Lake Regional Park near Coeur d’Alene. Book RV or tent camping sites, or go all out with a lakeside cabin. Kids love the swimming beach, and hikers shouldn’t miss the gorgeous Liberty Lake Loop Trail.