Mission Park squeezes a whole lot of amenities into 13 simple acres of flat, tree-lined greens. The Park is the recreational anchor of the historic Logan Neighborhood.
Cannon Hill Park is perhaps the most picturesque in Spokane. Meandering meadows, stone-built footbridges, and a rich canopy of deciduous trees create a scene out of a painting. The most significant value of Cannon Hill may not actually be the park itself but the way it is interwoven into its surrounding neighborhoods.
Manito Park is so big and diverse, you’re gonna’ need a map. The heart of Spokane’s South Hill, it’s a tough call placing Manito at number two on Spokane’s Best Parks list. It’s more than just a recreational space, it’s a destination. And it’s more than just a destination, it’s what makes Spokane, Spokane. Without it, the City would be a lesser place.
Audubon Park is 27 acres of rolling Ponderosa Pines, playgrounds, splash pads, ball fields and basketball courts. Located in northwest Spokane in the Audubon / Downriver neighborhood, Audubon Park anchors one of the quaintest neighborhoods in town.
Today, there’s a pool, playgrounds, basketball and, if you’re really feeling adventurous, traverse the upper reaches of Liberty Park and explore the old historic ruins that serve as a reminder of both a forgotten destination and a surrounding neighborhood awaiting renewal.