Spokane Valley :  Top 7 Places to Visit in Spokane Valley, Washington

Spokane Valley :  Top 7 Places to Visit in Spokane Valley, Washington

Latah Creek Wine Cellars

Latah Creek Wine Cellars

The wines are kept as fresh and natural as possible from grape to bottle. The family-owned winery continues to set new standards in winemaking by producing new varieties every season, as well as their highly-acclaimed range of wine.

Iller Creek Conservation Area

Iller Creek Conservation Area

It has beautiful views from the top. This is a peaceful place where you can spend the day in tranquility and peace. You can do everything at this spot, from hiking to trekking to sightseeing.

Dishman Hills Natural Area

Dishman Hills Natural Area

It is one of Washington's most ecologically diverse places. Here, forests, grasslands and shrublands blend. It is surrounded the Cascade Mountains, and lies within two ecoregions: the Okanagan or Northern Rockies. 

Spokane Valley Heritage Museum

Spokane Valley Heritage Museum

Our interactive, informative exhibits introduce our visitors to the people and places that have made the Valley and its surrounding areas what it is today. The roots of the Valley are in the courage, strength, and desire of the pioneers who set out to achieve the American dream.

Discovery Playground

Discovery Playground

This playground is focused on activities that are both accessible and beneficial to children and adults with disabilities, acute or chronic injury, physical limitations, or developmental disabilities. Discovery Playground is designed to be inclusive, developmentalally progressive, therapeutic, and kinetically stimulating. 

The Islands Trail Head

The Islands Trail Head

The Island Trailhead sections can be found on both sides the Spokane River, beginning at Mile 12. This is the perfect spot for a bike ride or trail run. Everyone can relax and enjoy the tranquil river water. This section of trail requires sunscreen.