Riverside State Park

The park features a suspension bridge popular with hikers. (Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)

The park features a suspension bridge popular with hikers. (Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review)

This 14,000-acre state park offers camping, hiking and swimming at various shoreline points along the Spokane River. The park also includes the Nine Mile Recreation Area. Discover Pass or a $5 per car fee required (2015).

BONUS: Canoe and kayak rentals available, along with a swim beach, at Nine Mile Recreation Area.

Directions to the next stop: Waterfront Park

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Head west

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Turn right toward N Aubrey L White Pkwy/W Downriver Dr/N Riverside State Park Dr

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Turn right toward N Aubrey L White Pkwy/W Downriver Dr/N Riverside State Park Dr

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Slight right onto N Aubrey L White Pkwy/W Downriver Dr/N Riverside State Park Dr

Continue to follow W Downriver Dr/N Riverside State Park Dr

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Continue onto N Pettet Dr

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Continue onto Pettit Dr

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Continue onto Pettet Dr

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Continue onto W Maxwell Ave

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Turn right onto N Ash St

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Slight left onto N Maple St

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Continue onto N Walnut St

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Continue onto S Maple St

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Merge onto I-90 W via the ramp to Seattle

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Take exit 272 for WA-902 W toward Medical Lake

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Turn right onto WA-902 W

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Turn left onto Lefevre St

Destination will be on the right