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Spokane River access open at stateline site

Rafters and paddlers take advantage of the revamped Spokane River access site at the stateline.
Rafters and paddlers take advantage of the revamped Spokane River access site at the stateline.

WATERSPORTS — A launch site for drift boats, paddling craft and rafts has been remodeled and reopened at the stateline just downstream from the I-90 Bridge.

The Stateline access site includes parking and native landscaping planted by the Spokane Conservation District and volunteer groups on 800 feet of shoreline, said Andy Dunau of Spokane River Forum.

The forum has  details about this access site and others on the Spokane River Water Trail website.




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