Panarama View 1899 House Bed & Breakfast

Spokane is a vibrant city, with a river roaring through it, and an average of 260 days of sunshine each year. It is the historic gateway to the American West, started by missionaries working with First American tribes, and thriving as a rail hub. Its outdoor attractions run the gamut from whitewater adventures and supreme water and snow ski resorts, to nature trails and world-class golfing (33 courses!). If you’re not “outdoorsy”, Washington’s vineyards, wineries and microbreweries are renowned; and there are Broadway shows, live theatres, art exhibitions, the Museum of Arts and Culture, the Spokane Symphony and Sports Arena, lovely parks, a good transit system (also walkable neighborhoods) and a wide variety of conferences and fairs hosted here, year ‘round. There is something for everyone, every age, in Spokane!

 

For a continually-updated overview of upcoming events, please go to Visit Spokane's link:  www.visitspokane.com "Things To Do".  It contains all the latest, as well as seasonal events and activities, updated weekly.  It will also contain package deals that may be of interest.

Discover the many ways

to enjoy your stay in Spokane!

Things to Do in and Around Spokane

Stay in our cozy and affordable bed and breakfast the next time you're in Spokane.

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But Wait!  There's More!  From November through April, SKI....and then in spring....GOLF!

 

Ski The Northwest Rockies

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Spokane and Coeur d'Alene are surrounded by four unique alpine resorts inside of 200 square miles, averaging over 300 inches of snowfall a season. Each unique hill offers a rich variety of skiing and riding, spectacular scenery and good old-fashioned, down-to-earth hospitality. Ski The Northwest Rockies is a non-profit association representing the Inland Northwest snowsports industry, this includes four ski areas along with snowsport industry retailers. Our mission is to raise awareness of Inland Northwest Skiing and Snowboarding opportunities.  

Spokane County Golf Courses

 

Spokane County owns and operates three beautiful 18-hole championship public municipal golf courses serving residents as well as visitors to the area.  They are some of the best public golf courses in the area with green fees under $40.  All are within only 20 minutes of Downtown Spokane and a typical round only takes an average of 4 hours and 20 minutes to complete "While We're Young".  We emphasize Pace of Play here at Spokane County Golf Courses.

Lakes

 

Spokane’s 76 regional lakes boost some the nation’s best boating, camping, fishing and resorts. Visitors can spread out lakeside in the lavish Coeur d’Alene Resort or hike to Upper Priest Lake nestled in the Selkirk Mountains. Book a house boat for a weekend on Lake Roosevelt or set up a tent under the stars at Lake Pend Oreille.