Spokane River Access Updates

Sean Visintainer - 07/02/18

Glover Field Boat Access

A big THANK YOU to the Spokane River Forum and those involved in helping improve Spokane River access!

Lots of great things happening down on the Spokane River as of late reports the Spokane River Forum. Many of these which will benefit you, the local angling community.

Red Band Park water trail access and South Gorge trail to begin construction

Glover Field has been renamed Red Band Park, and now includes the riparian area between Water Avenue and the river. This summer construction will begin on a trailhead that will feature a non-motorized boat launch, vehicle turnaround, expanded parking, and restroom facility where the ball field and former community center are located. The field itself was restored last year by the Spokane Indians ball club and KXLY-TV's Extreme Team.

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* NOTE: If you attended the 2017 Water to Wine event at the Chateau Rive that we helped sponsor this is where your dollars went to!

Water Trail Parking at Spokane City Wastewater Treatment Plant

Additional Water Trail Parking at Spokane City Wastewater Treatment Plant

Big thanks to the City of Spokane’s Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility leadership for designating additional parking at the Aubrey White Parkway, aka—treatment plant, water trail access. There is now a signed, dedicated parking lane for river access across from the treatment plant office entry. This summer, there’s an Eagle Scout project to build and place an information kiosk.

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TJ Meenach Master Planning supports improved water access, parking and trails

As part of installing stormwater catchment and other facilities, the City of Spokane is taking the opportunity to call out river access and trail improvements at TJ Meenach and the disc golf area. Click here to see concept drawings of both that were well received at a public meeting last spring.

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