- TripBuzz found 28 things to do with kids in or near Spokane, Washington, including 9 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Post Falls.
- From Mount Spokane to Mobius Kids, the Spokane area offers 38 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Movie Theaters, Parks and Walking Trails.
- Situated along the Spokane River, just west of the Rocky Mountain's, lies the city of Spokane. As Washington's second largest city, it is a prominent economic, residential and tourism community. One of the city's most popular attractions are it's gorgeous parks that feature waterfalls, a carousel and Renaissance-style gardens. Arts and culture play a big role in the area is well, with its many theatres, art galleries and museums.
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SUP Spokane Spokane / Coeur d'Alene MoreLess Info
Explore the Spokane River with trained Paddle Board Instructors. We teach paddle boarding basics, SUP Yoga, & Fitness.
88% 98 votes
Spokane, WA MoreLess Info
Mount Spokane is a year round destination spot, with skiing, snow shoeing, sledding, hiking, biking, and off road trails. The fire watch tower offers overnight stays with advanced registrations. There are lots of photo ops for the shutterbugs.
77% 48 votes
808 W. Main Ave Lower level 015, Spokane, WA 99201 MoreLess Info
A fun place for interactive and hands-on learning, Mobius Kids offers camps and classes for younger kids. It is also a special place for birthdays, and a great venue for school field trips.
85% 13 votes
17020 N Newport Highway, Spokane, WA 99201 MoreLess Info
The Cat Tales Zoological Park is home to a wide variety of wild cat species. The park houses cougars, lions, jaguars, tigers, and bobcats, and allows guests 8 years and older to get up close and personal with the animals.
52% 27 votes
E. 11123 Mission Ave., Spokane, WA 99216 MoreLess Info
Featuring a variety of waterpark attractions designed for fun and excitement, Splashdown Waterpark, is your choice for family friendly entertainment. Speed slides, raft rides, water cannons and more, kids young and old can stay cool and have a blast.
98% 978 votes
1702 S. Grand Blvd., Spokane, WA 99203 MoreLess Info
This 90 acre park offers 5 gardens, a conservatory, playground, green house, and a duck pond. There are picnic sites and the park can accommodate weddings when reserved in advance.
93% 1516 votes
Downtown, Spokane, WA MoreLess Info
This river front park has biking and walking paths and ice skating. Not the athletic type? Try the IMAX movie theater, the carrousel, or take in the view of the falls on the Skyride for a fee.
95% 227 votes
Spokane, WA MoreLess Info
With a variety of farms the Green Bluff has an assortment of activities and events year round, from cherry picking in the summer to the harvest festival and corn maze in the fall. Local restaurants offer atmosphere and delicious food for any taste.
100% 76 votes
209 S. Washington, Spokane, WA 99201 MoreLess Info
Abundant forests filled with Osprey and eagles flying overhead span each side of the Spokane river for rafters to enjoy as they make their way down river, or stop to rest in one of the many pools; happy hour, floating and whitewater trips to fit any skill available.
91% 194 votes
9711 W. Charles, Spokane, WA 99026 MoreLess Info
With plenty of picnic options, Washington's largest state park boasts two rivers, camp grounds, equestrian facilities, miles of hiking trails, off road terrain for motorcycles and ATV excursions, historical sites and boat or paddling river access.
86% 21 votes
924 W Garland Avenue, Spokane, WA 99205 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1945, the Garland Theater shows both classical and modern movies while offering them in a nostalgic, family friendly environment. Bottomless popcorn is regularly offered as well as venue renting for events and parties.