The Spokane River Centennial Trail runs along a paved path following mostly along the winding course of the Spokane River between the Washington–Idaho state line and Sontag Park in Nine Mile Falls, 37 miles west of Spokane. At its eastern border, you can link to the Liberty Lake State Line Trail or the North Idaho Centennial Trail, heading east across the river.
The Spokane River Centennial Trail is not only multi-use, but it crosses a diverse terrain, from urban landscape to suburbs and neighborhood parks to more remote countryside. During spring some sections of the trail can flood. A section of trail opened in 2013 runs through the new Kendall Yards development, which occupies the site of a former rail yard in the West Central neighborhood of Spokane. Stunning views of the Spokane River from the trail quickly made this section a favorite of locals.
Visit Friends of the Centennial Trail for flood advisories as well as detailed maps, trail information and construction updates.
The Spokane River Centennial Trail has many access points across its length. For more information, contact Friends of the Centennial Trail via the link under Related Links.
The Riverside section of this trail sounded great on paper; a curving off-road trail leaving Spokane, traversing in and out of the woods and ending at a state park. We found a parking lot across the bridge from the beginning of the off-road trail but ...
My wife and I booked a four day trip to the Northwest to ride rail trails in July 2013.
On our first day, we attempted to ride out to Sontag Park. The "trial" started with a bike lane on a very, very, busy highway. When we finally arrived at the "trail" ...
This Trail is awesome and has been around for 20 years. Along the Spokane River from West of Spokane, Wa to Cda, Idaho going East. Great views and fun for all skill levels.