Near Nature. Near perfect. It’s more than a slogan in Spokane’s reality. With all the big city amenities you could wish for, abundant natural beauty, four distinct seasons and 260 sunny days each year, the Spokane Region is truly a special place.
Spokane is the perfect base for an amazing number of outdoor recreational opportunities. You’ll find mountains for skiing and hiking…hundreds of miles of trails for mountain and road biking… and dozens and dozens of lakes and rivers for swimming, boating and fishing. And even though our outdoors is really without equal, our indoors will stir your senses as well.
The very best Broadway shows, intriguing art galleries, world-class museums and powerful stage performances will capture your imagination And what trip would be complete without shopping and fabulous food? Once again, we’ve got you covered!
From eclectic to classic, you can shop in sparkling new malls, renovated historic buildings, unique boutiques and well-renowned department stores. And when it’s time for a little refreshment, you’ll find restaurants serving up some distinctly regional tastes paired with Spokane’s own incredible wines.
We’ve got the perfect recipe for your favorite getaway. The hard part will be deciding what to do first. Check out some of the ideas we have posted here, request a visitor packet, and plan to stop by one of our Visitor Information Centers when you arrive. You may just need to start planning a second trip now!
Visitors are greeted by warm sunny days followed by refreshing, brisk evenings. At night, Boulder’s big city culture comes to life with concert series and festivals. Enjoy unexpected entertainment on the Pearl Street Mall in historic Downtown Boulder. Dine at one of the malls quaint sidewalk cafes, browse through its many boutiques and galleries or enjoy free entertainment watching the quirky street performers.
Boulder’s beautiful mountain settings offer hiking, biking, climbing within minutes of downtown Boulder. Outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities can appreciate Boulder’s bountiful recreation.
We’ve got museums, galleries, theatres and art. College basketball, Little League and bowling. Agriculture, Manufacturing and Small Business.
And all in a small city setting that’s welcoming, comfortable and easy to maneuver. So, whether you’re planning a meeting or sporting event, a lunch, a daytrip or a weekend, we’ve got answers to all your questions.
Anyone who’s been to Eugene can tell you that’s there’s no where like it on earth. Nestled in the southern portion of Oregon’s famous Willamette Valley, Eugene is a haven for those who love the convenience of a large metropolitan city, yet enjoy the laid-back, cozy atmosphere of a smaller town. Known as “The World’s Greatest City of the Arts and Outdoors,” Eugene is well-known for its abundance of green trees, blooming flowers, rushing river paths and more. Home to the University of Oregon, Eugene is the quintessential college town, filled with proud Duck alumni, adopted fans and plenty of history (after all, the movie “Animal House” was filmed in Eugene).
St. Louis attractions offer so many things to see and do that you?ll probably run out of time before you run out of options. Unique attractions, historic sites, charming neighborhoods and exciting entertainment options ? no matter what you decide to see in St. Louis during your visit, you?ll want to make a list of all the additional things you?re going to check out on your next visit.
Fort Worth is filled with a unique mix of attractions for visitors ? from cowboys to culture, from sports to shopping. Explore the legendary Fort Worth Stockyards, the world-class Cultural District, downtown?s dazzling Sundance Square, the top-ranked Fort Worth Zoo, Texas Motor Speedway, and so much more.
Austin?s a city that doesn?t take itself too seriously. After all, you can?t have a motto like ?Keep Austin Weird? and be buttoned-up. We?re laid-back, full of energy and, yes, a little weird.
We?re also like no place else in Texas. Sure, you?ll find the occasional honky-tonk. And plenty of barbecue. But you?ll also find a thriving art community. Filmmakers. Sports fanatics. 200 live music venues. And world-renowned festivals. So, check us out. Because there?s always something playing in Austin.
Situated on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is one of the southernmost cities in Canada. In fact, its latitude is very close to that of northern California. As a result, Toronto has a surprisingly moderate climate ? with the warmest springs and summers in Canada.