Press Release

June 07, 2024

Spokane River Centennial Trail reopens, asphalt overlay project complete

Media contact

Name Rex Schultz
Department Inland Northwest & Blue Mountain Area

SPOKANE — This week, the easternmost 14 miles of the Spokane River Centennial Trail reopened after the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission resurfaced it with a new layer of asphalt.

The project was completed weeks ahead of schedule.

The newly resurfaced area extends west from the Washington/Idaho border to the Donkey Islands Trailhead in Millwood. The new asphalt provides trail users with a smooth walking, running and riding surface for the next 25 years.

Parks appreciates its community members and visitors for their patience as the agency finished this necessary maintenance project.