Welcome to Friends of the Centennial Trail
***Spokane River Centennial Trail trailheads and restrooms reopen Tuesday, May 5. Please stay safe and keep social distance while you enjoy your time on the Centennial Trail, spur trails and adjacent park lands.***
Friends of the Centennial Trail advocate for maintenance and completion of the Spokane River Centennial Trail, connecting trails and adjacent park lands. This 63 mile, State Park, two-state National Recreation Trail is a treasure for Inland Northwest residents and visitors. Over 39 miles in eastern Washington span from the WA/ID state line through Liberty Lake, Spokane Valley, Spokane, Riverside State Park and Nine Mile Falls, Washington. Heading east from the state line, 24 miles extend through Post Falls and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
The Centennial Trail initial construction period between 1989-1991 was in celebration of the Washington State Centennial. The Trail generally follows the contours of the Spokane River, allowing access for many types of outdoor non-motorized recreational activities. All miles are completely paved; thirty seven miles are Class 1 Trail, separated from vehicular traffic.
A Washington State Discover Pass is only required on vehicles parked at Centennial Trail "Trailheads" within Riverside State Park. The pass is not required at other trailheads (Maringo, Islands, Barker, etc.).
The western-most section of the Centennial Trail (Miles 27-39) begins at the south side of TJ Meenach Bridge, behind Spokane Falls Community College, in Riverside State Park. It ends at the Nine Mile Falls Recreation Area. This is by far the most challenging section of the Trail. Users are rewarded for their exertion with breathtaking views of the river and the wild beauty of Riverside State Park.