Spokane Valley, WA, is Spokane’s largest suburb. Boasting riverfront parks, dozens of great shopping locations, and plenty of places to stop for a bit to eat, this suburb is its own miniature city. In addition to the fun things to do, Spokane Valley also offers a peaceful atmosphere and location convenience.
Many guests who are fortunate enough to visit Spokane Valley start their adventure by visiting the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum, where they can get familiar with the area’s culture and past through an array of exhibits, archives, and searchable databases. Then, they might head over to Manito Park to admire the gardens, to Mirabeau Meadows Park for a riverside walk or a hike through the forest paths, or to Spokane Falls for breathtaking photography opportunities. Those who enjoy history or learning can spend the day touring the Campbell House, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, and the Mobius Science Center. Guests can also watch a live production at the Fox Theater, take a scenic ride over downtown Spokane with SkyRide, sample wine at Winescape Winery, get creative by taking an art class at Spokane Art Supply, or travel the short distance to Liberty Lake for an afternoon of golf at the MeadowWood Golf Course, followed by a relaxing bike ride or walk along the Centennial trail, which leads from Liberty Lake back into the center of Spokane.
Being so close to the Spokane River, Spokane Valley’s vacation rentals offer beautiful views and a calming river breeze. The rental homes available are quaint and relaxing, each with a unique personality and distinct style. They are equipped with internet and cable TV, and luxury, high-thread count bedding to provide you with a restful sleep and plenty of energy.
The best time to visit Spokane Valley is during the summer. However, summer weather also brings an influx of tourists and an increase in accommodation prices.
A few of the Spokane Valley area’s annual events that visitors are more than welcome to attend include the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, the Hive Halloween Bash and Costume Contest, the 4th of July Celebration, and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Splash Down Waterpark is an ideal place for visiting families who want to cool off during the summer, offering a number of different sized water slides that cater to every member of the family from children to adults. The waterpark also offers tasty food and designed family nights. Guests and their families can also check out Wonderland Family Fun Center for a day of laser tag, mini golf, go karting, bumper boats, arcade games, rock climbing, and fresh handmade pizza.
Pick the perfect accommodation for your vacation at AllTheRooms.com. We aggregate Airbnb, Priceline, Agoda and more. We have 261 vacation rentals, hotels and other places to stay in Spokane Valley ranging from budget options to extravagant places to stay. For those wanting to save money, the cheapest place to stay in Spokane Valley is only $22 a night. In general, a place to stay in Spokane Valley will cost you $81 per night.
Those looking to get some work done during their trip to Spokane Valley can pick from 83 places to stay that provide WiFi. 16 places to stay include a breakfast. Fitness fanatics can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 16 accommodations that have gym facilities. If you are driving to Spokane Valley, you'll want to pick from 94 places to stay that provide parking. 13 vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi
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