Feedback: Favorite spots to watch fireworks
The high school in Suncrest … they do an amazing fireworks show (and) it’s not overly crowded.
On the pedestrian bridge that crosses over Hamilton. I park in the park off Mission then walk the Centennial Trail to Riverfront Park. Takes all the hassle out of driving downtown and fighting for parking.
We were in Sacred Heart last year after the birth of my son. Best view I have ever had and I grew up in Spokane.
On the hill behind the Pullman High School. You can see across town to the park where the fireworks are shot off, and there are no crowds!
And give away our spot? Not!
From a boat floating on the confluence of the Spokane and Columbia rivers watching the Two Rivers Marina show!
I like the bluff on Illinois, overlooking the river.
Riverfront Park on the lawn behind the pavilion. Great spot!
My backyard watching the free Stateline raceway fireworks.
John S Pardee
On a boat near the fireworks barge on CdA lake.
On a houseboat on Lake Pend Oreille by Bayview
Hands down, Grandview on Priest Lake! Best show I’ve ever seen.
For Spokane: Top of Rock Pointe parking garage
Providence employees are allowed to watch the fireworks from the top of the parking structure
Christine Hardy Kackman
Endicott has a great display and ice cream social!
Up on upper Riverview Drive (in CdA). There’s not many people around and you can see all the fireworks from downtown CdA.
Drive through Airway Heights, where folks set off fireworks right off the street.
On the patio at the Red Tail Bar & Grill at the Coeur d’Alene Casino!
My family and friends go to the Inland Imaging parking lot. The fireworks are shot high enough that we can see. And we do not have to deal with the traffic downtown. My kids are very happy about it. That’s our fun day on the 4th of July.
Cliff Drive on the South Hill
Over in Kendall Yards.
Tim Scott Burkhardt
Hill’s on Priest Lake with friends
Medical Lake with family and friends.
Try Hope, Idaho. Great display from barge in Ellisport Bay, easy to see from boat, restaurants, or simply from vehicle parked along highway.
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