Notice: Construction is ongoing in Riverfront Park and may impact some bicycle and pedestrian routes. Before you visit, please see the latest construction map for the best routes around redevelopment zones. Some attractions are currently unavailable due to redevelopment.
Snxw Meneɂ (formerly known as Canada Island) is located in the North Channel and the Upper Falls of the Spokane River in Riverfront Park. There are two locations on the island that are used for weddings; a small meadow located at the west end of the island and the Alberta Amphitheatre. Both venues will accommodate approximately 150 people.
No decorations, sound system or chairs are included with a reservation for either of these areas. Electrical power is available at no extra charge. Reservations are required for use of Snxw Meneɂ.
Nestled among the trees and green meadows of the east side of Riverfront Park is the Forestry Shelter. The shelter and surrounding green space is a very popular location for company picnics, convention barbecues, and any outdoor activity you may be planning.
This shelter is located on the beautiful north bank of the Spokane River, overlooking the upper Spokane Falls and Canada Island. It is east of the historic Flour Mill and near the Spokane Arena. It is a great location for company and convention lunches, dinners, and for any group gathering.
Located right across the street from downtown, the Red Wagon Meadow is enjoyed by those young and old with its iconic and nostalgic interactive piece of public art.
Originally part of the Great Northern Railway Depot, the Clocktower is a central landmark that is easily located. Whether rented in conjunction with the surrounding venues or on its own, the Clocktower Meadow has an intimate feel with great views of the river and downtown Spokane.
This natural amphitheater is one of our most versatile venues. With two surrounding venues to easily add on, this area is ideal for large scale events and concerts. Located across from the INB Center, the Lilac Bowl is a beautiful blend of nature and city.
Located right outside of City Hall, this gathering place is ideal for engaging community events. From solar eclipse viewing parties to menu samplings, this visible space offers an open and welcoming environment.
For general information on public or private events such as fun runs, family reunions and/or event venue rental contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Field Trips, group inquires can contact the Park at email@example.com.
Allison Skok, Event Assistant
Amy Lindsey, Programming Manager
Diana Whaley, Event Manager
Jon Bockstruck, Event Manager