Spokane, WA, USA

Spokane, WA, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 90 vacation rentals near Spokane. From 50 houses to 21 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Spokane for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A tranquil nook in the state of Washington

A green, riverfront city, this Washington gem is known for the rippling waters of the Spokane River, which is garlanded by Riverfront Park in downtown Spokane. It’s here that you can take in some of the tranquil natural beauty of this state to the heart of the city. As well as the hiking and biking trails, and public parks on offer, Spokane has engrossing museums and cultural activities, not to mention some of the best wineries in the region. Book a Spokane vacation rental spring through to fall to enjoy the whitewater and scenic trails, or visit in winter for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports, and combine the best of city life with thrilling outdoor pursuits.

Cultural wonders in Spokane

If you’re lucky enough to get tickets for a Spokane Philharmonic performance at the impeccably restored Fox Theater, you’ll find it hard to judge whether the music, the newly enhanced acoustics, or the gleaming Art Deco decor is the most impressive thing about your evening. The city’s Knitting Factory Concert House also draws big names, and you can combine a night of music with a tasty tour of the Cork District and its award-winning wineries. Of course, the outdoor pursuits are hard to beat here too, with adventure seekers drawn to the whitewater rafting just downstream of the city.

A getaway the kids will love

Children will certainly be able to work off their energy at Spokane’s Riverfront Park. On sunny days, head here to wander the peaceful trails and meadows, and try to spot some of the park’s wild inhabitants, from geese to ducks to ospreys. For an aerial view of the rushing white waters of the centrally-located Spokane Falls, take a flying visit on a SkyRide gondola near the antique clocktower and carousel. Kids will love getting creative at the Mobius Children’s Museum, or for something a little more high-brow you can head to the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture to learn more about the local region and its Native American culture.

Seasonal pleasures in Spokane

Spokane’s location between the Cascades range to the west and the Rocky Mountains to the east means it’s drier here than other parts of the Pacific Northwest. Summers are warm – temperatures can reach into the 80s, and July and August being the hottest months. On these sunny days, head out from your Spokane vacation rental for a cooling splash at Liberty Lake State Park, or Beaver Bay Beach at nearby Lake Pend Oreille. In winter, you can make the most of the snows at the Mount Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park, an hour northeast of the city.

A city for outdoor enthusiasts

A Spokane vacation rental gives you access to the numerous hiking and biking trails through town, and sun-dappled lakes and rivers for swimming, boating, rafting, and fishing. Surrounded by forests of ponderosa pine and Douglas fir, it is unmistakably the Pacific Northwest. One of the best ways to appreciate it is by flying through the treetops on a zipline adventure – an adrenaline-pumping tour over dark forest glens, sparkling mountain streams, and native wildlife like elk, deer, hawks, and eagles.