Spokane Valley, WA, USA

Spokane Valley, WA, USA

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Make a splash in Spokane Valley

Hugging Washington's eastern border, Spokane Valley is a city that prides itself on natural beauty and a laid-back lifestyle. It straddles both sides of the Spokane River which means that waterfront views are never too far away. Whether you want to make a splash in its diadem of lakes, carve up the ski slopes, or get lost in the sprawling Coeur d'Alene National Forest, Spokane Valley vacation rentals are the perfect base for outdoor adventures throughout the Inland Northwest.

Thrills and spills on the Spokane River

The Spokane River slices through the heart of the city and is a focal point for a host of outdoor activities. Guided white-water rafting trips down Flora Rapids and Sullivan Hole are eternally popular with adventure seekers, while paddling tours are a great option for families. If you want to practice your par you're in luck, because Spokane Valley is an easy drive from dozens of public and private golf courses. In the winter Spokane Valley serves as a base for 5 regional ski resorts, including the legendary Mount Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park.

Sip your way through Washington in Spokane River

Stretching for 37 miles, the paved Centennial Trail takes you through lush forests, tumbling rapids, and grassy riverfront parks. Nearby Mirabeau Point Park is also dotted with trails, as is the forested Dishman Hills Natural Area. Washington is America's 2nd largest wine producing state, and Spokane Valley is the perfect place to discover the scene. Not only do wineries like Arbor Crest, Nodland Cellars, and Latah Creek produce award-winning wines but they also offer stunning views of the Spokane Valley.

Discover sundrenched Spokane County

With more than 260 days of sunshine a year, Spokane Valley doesn't scrimp on Vitamin D. Spokane Valley vacation rentals make the most of the sunshine, with a dreamy line-up of lakefront properties complete with private docks, waterfront patios, and outdoor BBQs. If you're visiting in May be prepared for crowds because Spokane hosts the annual Lilac Bloomsday Run, one of the world's largest group running events. Snow starts to fall on the mountains in December and can continue right through to April in a good year.

Lake hopping in Spokane Valley

With more than 70 lakes dotting the Spokane Valley hinterland, there are plenty of opportunities to swim, fish, and paddle. Towering almost 6000 feet high, Mount Spokane dominates the landscape. In summer huckleberry-dotted trails will take you to the summit for views of forest, farmlands, and shimmering lakes. In winter, the snow dusted mountain transforms into one of Washington's most coveted ski destinations. Spokane Valley vacation rentals put you just minutes from the slopes, with a fantastic selection of cozy cottages and condos to choose from.