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Washington's second-largest city is an energetic hub of arts, entertainment, entrepreneurship, and outdoor activities. It’s well-known for major events like Hoopfest, the world’s largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Bloomsday, the popular annual 12k race, and Pig Out in the Park, the massive Labor Day weekend celebration of all things related to food and community.
Spokane is home to countless locally owned and operated craft breweries, unique eateries, coffee shops, cocktail bars, studio gyms and shopping opportunities, scattered across its multiple districts including Perry District, Kendall Yards, Garland District, North Monroe District and Downtown Spokane. The annual Inlander Restaurant Week highlights Spokane’s impressive selection of local restaurants, and the annual Snowlander Expo and Winter Party tops a long list of Spokane’s brew festivals.
Concertgoers have a selection of venues to choose from, with the Spokane Arena drawing thousands and more intimate venues like the Knitting Factory, Lucky You Lounge and the brand-new venue at Spokane Pavilion drawing shows of all sizes. Those seeking a laugh can always find it at the Spokane Comedy Club that hosts both local comedians and big-name stars.
Spokane residents are never without a local event to attend, with weekly Food Truck Fridays, Art Walks, and sporting events including Spokane Indians Baseball, Spokane Chiefs hockey, and Gonzaga University basketball.
Its outdoor offerings are just as varied and exciting, as Spokane is located within an hour’s drive of countless rivers and lakes, including Coeur d’Alene, Liberty Lake, Newman Lake, and more. The Spokane River provides an ideal setting for paddle boarding and river floats, with downtown’s Riverfront Park offering a prime view of the powerful Spokane Falls.
Riverfront Park itself is an adventure, just a short walking distance from downtown shopping center River Park Square and the Spokane Convention Center. The 100-acre park is home to the Numerica Skyride gondola, the Skate Ribbon, the famous Looff Carousel, and countless other unique features that make it much more than just a park.
Spokane’s hiking spots abound, including local favorite Riverside State Park. The 40-mile Centennial Trail running from Washington to Idaho offers ample space to walk, run, bike and skate. Spokane is also praised for being a golfer’s paradise, with a variety of affordable courses within a short drive.
Spokane is a wonderful mix of a small-town community feel and big-city culture. As the area is booming, you will find many local builders ready to bring your project to life. Premier contractor/home builder Ramey Construction provides its services throughout the Inland Northwest, serving Eastern Washington and North Idaho residents with their home building needs.