State Parks Near Cheney
For those who love the outdoors, the State Parks around Cheney have a lot to offer. Whether you’re looking for a place to go boating, somewhere to get some dirt on your bike’s wheels, or somewhere that offers an amazing view during a hike, Riverside State Park and Mount Spokane State Park have what you’re looking for.
Riverside State Park
Imagine sitting on your boat with a line in the water just enjoying the sunny day, no worries in the world except what you’re going to eat for lunch. Riverside State Park is your destination if you’re hoping to get some time on the water. It boasts 120 feet of dock and 3 boat ramps all to help you in your fishing or water skiing desires. Or if you’re hoping to catch some white water, Riverside also contains river to support this activity. They even rent kayaks at the Nine Mile Recreation Area. If boating’s not your thing but you love the thrill of biking, consider the 55 miles of bike trails in Riverside for your exploration. They also, if you’d like a horse to do the work for you while you explore, offer 25 miles of horse trails. What’s not to love?
For more details, check out Parks.wa.gov/Riverside.
Mount Spokane State Park
Now, if you’re searching for an amazing view, Mount Spokane State Park is the place to go. The view from the park reaches all the way into other states and Canada all while offering 100 miles of trails to explore. That’s a lot of ground to cover! And if you’re up for exploring in the winter, Mount Spokane State Park gets more than 300 inches of snow during the winter, which equals a wonderful experience Nordic skiing on their 50 kilometers of groomed trails.
Check out Parks.wa.gov/Mount-Spokane for grooming reports and other opportunities available!