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Riverside State Park is a 10,000-acre camping park along the Spokane and Little Spokane rivers in Eastern Washington. The park supports a wide variety of recreational activities and is rich in history. Freshwater marshes, running rivers and beautiful countryside make up the terrain. The park also includes the Nine Mile Recreation Area, which is available for camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing and boating.

loved this beautiful trail!! amazing views❤

Not too bad. Nice view. Trial is very steep and rocky in places. Couldn't find the trail at one point. The last half mile is paved centennial trail.

Great trail system. Not marked very well though and it's hard to a point to figure out which one to take if it's your first time. LOTS of HUGE Mosquitos so pack spray. We did about 3.6 miles total so you gotta know what trail to follow or you will do a longer hike. It was about 70 degree and that was plenty warm for this hike. Very good views of the river throughout and definently kid friendly

Amazing place. So beautiful. Nice trails

Pros: best park in the county. Spectacular views when the river is high and the sun is out. Well marked.

Cons: crowded with families, kids and non-athletes. Parking was expensive compared to area trails. Cliffs were dangerous.

Trail was beautiful but not well marked at all. It was extremely difficult to find which trail I was supposed to be on (as many intersect) and I pretty much was holding this app open to use as a GPS. I ended up turning around half way because I was alone with a dying phone and didn't want to get lost.

Lots of bugs and I saw a rattlesnake as well- bring bug spray and be aware of your surroundings!

It was a decent hike but not well groomed.