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Spokane Travel Tips
Great Views from Spokane Waterfront Homes
Spokane is a city that has much to offer. Spokane is located in the eastern part of the state and is Washington State's second largest city (after Seattle). Named after a Native American tribe, the name translates to "children of the sun." With 260 days of sunshine annually, outdoor activities are popular and plentiful and can be accessed from Spokane cabins. Then there's the culture and night life. Let's take a look at the many things to enjoy from Spokane waterfront homes.
Fall in Love with Eastern Washington
Spokane has many adventures on tap. Spokane's premier park is Manito Park, covering 90 acres of gardens and nature. Riverside State Park is another recreational park near Spokane waterfront homes. Cat Tales Zoological Park's large cat rescue program features jaguars, tigers, leopards, pumas, and even bears! Just 30 minutes from downtown Spokane you'll find Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge and Columbia Plateau Trail State Park with over 4,000 acres of scenic hiking trails. For golfing, check out Wandermere Golf Course or Spokane Golf. Spokane's activity hub is Riverfront Park with gondola rides, a carrousel, and IMAX theatre, live entertainment, and an outdoor skating rink.
Culture and History Abound
For indoor entertainment, Spokane is rife with culture and history, all near Spokane cabins. The Big Easy Concert House is a newer venue that brings in top entertainers. The INB Performing Arts Center and Opera House features 2,700 seats and hosts a variety of shows including the Spokane Symphony. The award-winning Spokane Civic Theatre produces community comedy, drama, and musical shows. Built in 1898, the D.C. Corbin House is listed as a Historic Place. The Spokane Clock Tower was built in 1902 and is an icon of Spokane. The Jundt Art Museum features photographs, paintings, ceramics, and more. Northeast Washington State vacation rentals put you in the middle of all the fun!