Both kids and adults will enjoy exploring this 55-acre park
Mirabeau Point Park host Spokane Valley’s CenterPlace Regional Event Center, Discovery Playground, Mirabeau Springs and waterfall, Mirabeau Meadows, and the adjacent natural area which boast numerous walking trails and wildflowers in the spring. The park formerly housed Walk in the Wild Zoo, but the zoo closed several years ago and the city developed the site into a public park and event facility. On Friday evenings during the summer, both hometown locals and visitors can enjoy the Spokane Valley Farmers Market which brings together local farmers, ranchers, food producers, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks and musicians. Please follow appropriate social distancing rules when visiting the park and attending any events.
CenterPlace Regional Event Center
The park is home to CenterPlace Regional Event Center, a 54,000-square foot facility that offers both indoor and outdoor space for conferences, business meetings, banquets, community activities, weddings and more. The building also houses the Spokane Valley Senior Center, and the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. A large public parking area is located in front of the building. The city recently installed a large hardscaped plaza lined with trees and outdoor lighting to provide additional space for outdoor events. The plaza provides a great space for vendor booths and includes new restrooms, stage and dance area, and food service building.
This multi-sensory playground is an accessible place where people of all ages and abilities can play, learn and have fun. Using sight, sound, scent and touch, the elements of the playground are designed to provide activities that support physical, educational and social development.
Discovery Playground has two small shelters outside the playground perimeter fencing available for reservations. Picnic shelters inside the playground are enjoyed on a first-come, first-served basis. Playground hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. (October 16 – April 14) and from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. (April 15 – October 15). There is no admission fee.
Natural area and walking trails
Ready to explore some trails and learn about the local geology? A large forested, rocky area with seasonal wildflowers aligns the park. The Mirabeau Point Park Walking Trails and Geology brochure and map includes interesting facts about geology sites throughout the area. Kids will enjoy hunting for the site while hiking.
Mirabeau Meadows is a flat, grassy area that host large public events such as movies in the park, music concerts and vendor fairs. It is also a great spot to enjoy a game of Frisbee or a family picnic. The meadow is located directly across from the Centennial Trail Parking Area.
Spokane River and Centennial Trail
The Spokane River and Centennial Trail align the eastern edge of the park, divided by Mirabeau Parkway. A large parking lot provides public access to both the river and the 63 mile, State Park, two-state National Recreation Trail. The paved trail spans over 39 miles in eastern Washington heading west from the WA/ID state line through Liberty Lake, Spokane Valley, Spokane, Riverside State Park and Nine Mile Falls, Wash. Heading east from the state line, 24 miles extend through Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Learn More