Centennial Trail State Park

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Centennial Trail State Park

Washington

(360) 902-8844

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Overview

Centennial Trail State Park is a 372-acre day-use park, 37 miles long. The park consists of a paved trail meandering along the Spokane River and extending from Nine Mile Falls to the Idaho state line. The trail is punctuated with 42 historical and archaeological sites, most of which remain to be marked.The park, which is a 37-mile-long trail, is open to hikers, mountain bikers, joggers, roller bladers and (in some spots) equestrians. The trailheads are marked with the Centennial Trail logo.

Map of Centennial Trail (WA)

Latitude, Longitude: 47.679980, -117.460480

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Activities

  • Bicycling

    The park has a 37-mile-long trail, is open to hikers, mountain bikers, joggers, roller bladers and (in some spots) equestrians. The trailheads are marked with the Centennial Trail logo.

  • Fishing

    Fishing is not permitted.

  • Hiking

    The park features a 37 mile trail open to bikers, joggers as well as equestrains.The trail follows the Spokane River, and is marked by sites of historic and archaeological interest.

  • Historic Sites

    Washington State Parks is currently working with the Spokane Tribes and the Friends of the Centennial Trail to create marking and interpretation of over 40 sites. Contact Riverside State Park for questions regarding interpretive opportunites at (509) 465-5064

  • Horseback Riding

    Along the parks 37 mile hiking trail some areas are open to horseback riding.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking is permitted. Please do not litter.

  • Water Sports

    Visitors can enjoy their water front by whitewater kayaking, swimming or fishing.

  • Winter Sports

    The park offers sever winter activities for visitors to chose from. They are snow shoeing, snow play and cross country skiing.

Directions

Driving

Located along the Spokane River, between Nine Mile Falls, Wash., and the Idaho state border in Spokane County.

Centennial Trail can be reached from any major crossroad that intersects the Spokane River. The park trail follows the river from Nine Mile Falls, WA to the Idaho state line.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(360) 902-8844

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