Riverside State Park and the Riverside State Park Foundation are looking for volunteers to haunt the woods for the annual Haunted Zombie Hike event on Saturday, October 19, 2019. Volunteer “zombies” provide the scary atmosphere.
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Celebrate the completion of the northwest extension of the Spokane River Centennial Trail at Riverside State Park. This extends the Centennial Trail approximately two miles from Sontag Community Park to Nine Mile Recreation area on Lake Spokane. This key addition enhances Centennial Trail access and provides an important link within the community.
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.