SPOKANE HOUSE INTERPRETIVE CENTER
Spokane House Interpretive Center in Nine Mile Falls explores the history of the early fur trade in the area and local Native American culture.
The center is open Saturdays through Mondays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May through September,call 509-505-7721 to make arrangements for other times. Visit the Friends of Spokane House Website.
Self-guided interpretive trails are located at Spokane House, along Little Spokane River between Painted Rocks and Highway 291 trailheads, and at Deep Creek.
A wayside exhibit at the site of Seven Mile Camp tells the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps and its role in building the park. Exhibits at Bowl and Pitcher explore the early history of the park as well as local tribal culture.
Visit the Riverside State Park Website for more info.