Spokane, Stevens, Lincoln, WA. Counties, and Kootenai County Idaho
Access To Outdoors in 2017 and beyond is working to improve access to the river for persons with disAbilities as currently there are no fully accessible facilities on the Spokane River.
Some of the river info supplied on this website has never been available to the public before. We hope you will find this website informative, helpful, and fun. Enjoy!
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Click here for Spokane River information and water levels - http://www.spokaneriver.org/
Click here for Spokane River Map (by Avista) - Lake Coeur d'Alene to Little Spokane R. - http://www.avistautilities.com/environment/ourpart/recreation
Avista Spokane River dam & Avista recreational info - http://www.avistautilities.com/environment/ourpart/recreation
ATTENTION - MOTORIZED CRAFTS ARE ONLY ALLOWED ON THE THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS OF THE SPOKANE RIVER:
1. FROM LAKE COEUR D'ALENE TO IDAHO WASHINGTON STATE LINE (POST FALLS RESERVOIR)
2. BETWEEN PLANTE'S FERRY PARK & PARK ROAD (Park Road is about a mile up river from Upriver Dam and slightly up river from Boulder Beach)
3. FROM PLESE FLATS DAY USE AREA IN RIVERSIDE STATE PARK TO LAKE SPOKANE/LONG LAKE DAM.
4. FROM LITTLE FALLS DAM ALL THE WAY INTO THE COLUMBIA RIVER/LAKE ROOSEVELT.
ATTENTION - Within these motorized areas marine regulatory markers, rules of the river and dam regulations, etc. must be followed at all times.
All Persons regardless of Age SHALL wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while on moving water! Moving water includes: The Little Spokane River, Spokane River from the Washington/Idaho State Line to the Centennial Trail Bridge at Plants Ferry Park, and the City of West Spokane west to the Nine Miles Public Launch. Per Spokane County Ordinance 6.03.020. If you do not know where these sections of the river are (SEE BELOW) then just wear a PFD while on any part of the river, which is a good safe practice regardless.
TABLE OF CONTENTS - Spokane River Sections
LAKE SPOKANE... LITTLE FALLS RESERVOIR...
LOWER SPOKANE RIVER - Lake Roosevelt and Spokane Indian Reservations...