The Spokane River Centennial Trail is a designated National Recreation Trail. It was designated a National Recreation Trail on May 24, 2010, joining 30 other recreational trails in 15 states. The Centennial Trail is a 37-mile paved recreational trail for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles.
Whether it be one of Latah Creek’s small lot creations of 50 cases, or one of their largest productions of nearly 1000 cases, Latah Creek has red wine covered – ranging from wonderfully fruity varieties that are utterly delicious by themselves, to big, bold, and tannic reserve reds that really shine when accompanying a meal.
Manito Park has five gardens, a conservatory and duck pond that are toured by over 150,000 visitors each year. The 90 acre park includes spacious manicured lawns, playgrounds, walking and biking paths, flowers, topiary shrubs, a greenhouse conservatory and multiple picturesque gardens.
The turbine has a generating capacity of 14.82 MW. The Upper Falls Power Plant was constructed in 1920 as a diversion for the water to be passed through the lower falls turbine. It has a generating capacity of 10 MW. In 1974, Spokane hosted the first environmentally themed World’s Fair. Much of Riverfront Park was developed to accommodate the fair.