Riverside State Park has a magnificent equestrian campground on the west side of the river. The main campground has electrical hookups, horse corrals & pit toilets. With permission, overflow camping is available by the arena facility and readily accommodates "high lines" for your horses. Many miles of trails intersect at this point, or close by. There are many hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking and even ORV activities in this huge park. We visit frequently, but spring and fall are probably the most scenic times.
Great overnight camping for tents and vehicles. Hiking trails River! Trees!
Just a beatiful park! Lots of hiking trails and wildlife viewing. The swinging bridge is awesome. Popular area. The bathrooms are nice, the river is beautiful. Campsites are a little small.
Bowl and Pitcher campground has several partial-hookup sites with electricity and water, and several with no hook ups. There is a dump station, and two restrooms both with showers. The largest site length is 45 feet, so large RVs won’t fit. Reservations can be made online. It is very close to the city, so you can eat out if you don’t want to cook. Lots if hiking trails along the Spokane River.
This is a larger campground great for RV, trailers and tents. The sites are enclosed in a circle, making a nice walk or bike ride. The campgroundl has partial hook ups and is very camper friendly otherwise.
Sites are pretty open not offering a good amount of privacy, though most are along the Spokane River. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, with bbq grate. The site has showers and flushing toilets!!
This is a perfect getaway for people looking to unplug as no cell service (tested on sprint, verizon, and google fi) is available. There is tons of wildlife and lots of trails and riverbank to explore.my favorite thing was the suspension bridge over the river. Lots of space for swimming and fishing!
Close to town 🌆 this Park is nice to get away for the day. I love the swinging bridge 🌉. However camping 🏕 here is very simple with basic facilities and the campsites all in the dirt. A great place to hike 🚶but not my favorite campsite ⛺.
This is a place that my family and I visit a lot. We love how calm the river is and the convenience of bringing it dogs. There is a nice cement slab just in the water so it makes a safe place for kids.
Great location by the river. Tons of great hikes in the park. Sites are primitive, but there are bathrooms and showers available. Campsite is beautiful year round.
Standard State Park facilities set near downtown Spokane in a beautiful river gorge. You don't feel close to the city at all here with plenty of space to hike and bike. The dogs loved it too. There are 2 different camp areas. If you're looking for more peace and quiet, or want to toss a fishing line in, try to book in the lower section. It's waterfront and farther from day use areas and landmark Bowl and Pitcher rock feature.