157 S. Pleasant View Road
Post Falls, ID 83854
Phone: (208) 777-9394
Fax: (208) 777-8994
The Red Lion Hotel offers the River Queen for people to cruise the water in authentic paddle boats to take in the sights and sounds of Post Falls and Spokane. River boat cruises are only available June through September.
Meadow Wood Golf Course is a picturesque 18-hole golf course. The course is based on a Scottish style course and almost every hole is difficult, including holes having a sand or water trap. The public course is moderately priced and there is also a Driving Range, Pro Shop and a restaurant.
Liberty Lake Regional Park lies just outside the border of Spokane, offering a lovely lakeside getaway for city residents. Sprawling over almost 3,600 acres, the park's main feature is Liberty Lake, open for swimming during the summer months for a small fee. Equestrian trails and camping spots allow for a wide range of activities at this pleasant getaway.
Antoine Peak Conservation Area situated to the Northeast of Spokane. With over 1,000 acres in the park and impressive panoramic views from the top of the 3,400 foot peak, this small recreation area offers a great immersion into Washington's wild side. Numerous hiking trails offer varying grades of difficulty in getting to the peak, but watch for mountain bikes making a speedy descent. The park also hosts a large population of native wildlife like moose, cougars and numerous predatory birds like ospreys.
Experience the pleasure of outdoor activities at the Blackwell Island. Swim, walk on the beach or relax at the park, this place has got it all.
Idaho Panhandle are national forests stretching across the states of Idaho, Montana and Washington. One can find millions of acres of coniferous forests in the park, serving as a nestling place for abundant wildlife with a variety of species of deer, wolves, bears, eagles and owls. The freshwater lakes are ideal for fishing and one can find every imaginable recreational activity available at these forests.
The Spokane Area Council is a lively organization that hosts over 50 dance events a month in Spokane and the greater Spokane area. Whether it's a workshop, a competition, a fundraiser or just a friendly, social way to work up a sweat, the council's activities appeal to all ages and skill levels. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
Coeur d'Alene City Park is 16.5 acres (6.68 hectares) park overlooking the river. Enjoy several outdoor and recreational activities at the park.
Running across Lake Coeur d'Alene, Independence Point is a beautiful park. The park is well-equipped with facilities and equipment for adventure sports like parasailing are available.
spanned across an area of about 120 acre (48.56 hectare) of natural beauty, Tubbs Hill Natural Area is the place to be for all the nature enthusiast. The natural area runs across Lake Coeur d'Alene and has several well-marked hiking trails.
The stunning Mount Spokane State Park is over 13000 acres of pristine wood and mountain, and dramatic granite out-croppings. You can reach elevation of almost 6000ft; from this point, you get a gorgeous view of the park, surrounding states and even Canada. Camping is available in the park and it is popular for many activities, including hiking, rock-climbing and mountain biking.
Adventure Sport Rentals wants to put the adventure and fun in your hands by offering ATV and snowmobile rentals at a decent cost. You can choose to have a guide show you the ropes of these powerful and fast machines or you can take them for a spin on your own. Explore the beautiful Couer D'Alene like no one else.