The Riverside State Park foundation accomplished the following activities during 2021: Foundation directors helped park rangers on the First Day Hikes. We continued to offer Passes for Programs to support youth organizations. They can apply for Discover Passes for vans to transport young people to visit Riverside State Park. Our website and Facebook presence were […]
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First day hike guided by Park staff and volunteers from the Riverside State Park Foundation. Participants will hike along the beautiful Spokane River and work their way back to the trailhead, passing by the remains of the historic Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Seven Mile. Round Trip: ~2 miles. Notice: Each hike is limited to […]
First day hike guided by Park staff and volunteers from the Riverside State Park Foundation. Participants will hike through a beautiful Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine Forest before descending and reascending the levels of the Riverside bluffs. Round Trip: ~3.5 miles. Notice: Each hike is limited to 25 people and registration is required. When: Saturday […]
Join Riverside State Park Foundation, REI and special guests for Wednesdays in the Woods from July & August.
Washington State Parks will reopen the St. George’s Put-in on the Little Spokane River this Friday, May 28. Stand up paddleboarding will no longer be permitted in this area.
W.I.N.W. Canceled due to COVID-19. We look forward to seeing you again in the summer of 2021.
You asked and the Foundation delivered – a trail map of the Park. A huge thank you goes out to Avista and REI for their funding support and for the Riverside staff and Foundation Board for hours of planning and development.
After eight months of tireless work and mapping over 80 miles, the Park Foundation is close to releasing a trail map of the Park. A huge thank you goes out to Avista and REI for their funding support and for the Riverside staff and Foundation Board for hours of planning and development.
Riverside State Park Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization with a mission and vision to protect the land and maintain safe, sustainable recreation for all. The foundation has supported the park since its incorporation in 2002, playing a critical role in helping fund the needs of Riverside State Park. Join us in supporting and protecting the park for future generations.