Parks

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Check out the GIS Interactive Map of Parks

These interactive maps of the parks provide information on activities and ameneties available. Below you can find links to individual parks with photos.

For company picnics, family and class reunions, or just gatherings of friends, we suggest you reserve one of our shelters or picnic areas at Q’emiln Park (featuring the Grand Pavilion), White Pine Park, Corbin Park, Kiwanis Park, Syringa Park, and Falls Park.

Aboretum
Photo of City Arboretum featuring more than 50 species of trees

Beck Park
Photo of Beck Park, a 9-acre park

Black Bay
Photo of Black Bay Park located on Bay Street

Centennial Trail
Photo of Centennial Trail taken near Stateline where the trail crosses the Spokane River

Chase Fields
Photo of Chase Field, located off of 20th

Corbin Park
Photo of Corbin Park which offers a variety of activities

Falls Park
Photo of Falls Park with a scenic view of the dam

Hilde Kellogg Park
Photo of 21st & Idaho Field a large playing field

Kiwanis Park
Photo of Kiwanis Park, a 40-acre park

Polites Park
Photo of Polites Park located along Ponderosa Boulevard.

Q’emiln
Photo of Q'emiln Park taken from the Spokane Street Bridge

Singing Hills
Photo of Singing Hills Park located at Teton Avenue & St. Helen's Drive

Skate Park
Photo of Millenium Skate Park, safety gear recommended

Sportsman
Photo of Sportsman Park, ball fields & tennis courts

Syringa Park
Photo of Syringa Park, located on Bogie Street

Trailhead Pavilion
Photo of Trailhead Pavilion, enclosed structure

Treaty Rock
Photo of Treaty Rock Park offers paved trails & picnic areas

Warren Playfield
Photo of Warren Park, located on 1st & Idaho

White Pine
Photo of White Pine Park also known as Castle Park

Woodbridge
Photo of Woodbridge Playground, a 7-acre park