Experience the Centennial Trail at Mirabeau Point Park
Mirabeau Point Park provides two accesses to the Centennial Trail, a 40-mile scenic trail that is a favorite of both local residents and visiting tourists.
Used by nearly 2 million people annually, this terrain-diverse trail offers beautiful views and accessible recreation all year round. You can hike, bike or skate the portion of the trail through the city as it meanders along side the river. The trail includes 18 marked trailheads that span two states, Washington and Idaho; five trailheads are located within the Spokane Valley boundary.
Parking is available at the trailheads near Mirabeau Point Park. To access the trail:
- From Interstate 90 Exit 291, go north onto Sullivan Road and turn west onto Indiana Avenue. Turn north at Mirabeau Parkway to 1st trailhead or continue on the parkway to 2nd trailhead area. Parking is available at both trailheads.
- From Interstate 90 Exit 289, go north onto Pines Road and turn east at Indiana Avenue. Turn north at Mirabeau Parkway to 1st trailhead or continue on the parkway to 2nd trailhead area.
To know before you go:
- A day pass is necessary for all state parks and recreation sites. The Discover Pass can be purchased online or by phone. Please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov or call (866) 320-9933.
- Dogs on a leash are allowed unless otherwise noted.
- Pack it in, pack it out. Let’s keep our community safe and clean by practicing Leave No Trace.
- Hours at all state parks are dawn to dusk. The schedule can be viewed at www.parks.state.wa.us or call the information center at (360) 902-8844.