Capture a height-defying suspension bridge that traverses over the Spokane River. Nearby, you can explore over 80 miles of camping and hiking opportunities in Washington's second largest state park — or just simply gaze over the stunning vista and see the icy waters that swirl beneath the bridge.
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How to get there
N47° 41' 48.1524"W117° 29' 50.0352"
This photo was taken from the east end of the Bowl and Pitcher Suspension Bridge in Riverside State Park. To get to the park, you'll need a car.
- From Interstate 90, take the Maple Street Bridge exit, Exit 280
- Go north across the Maple Street Bridge
- Turn left on W Maxwell Ave
- Continue onto Pettit Drive
- Slight left onto W Downriver Dr/N Pettet Dr/N Riverside State Park Dr into Riverside State Park
- After entering the park, drive 2 miles north of the park entrance along Aubrey L. White Parkway
- Turn left into the Bowl and Pitcher Campground and park
- The trail to the suspension bridge is directly west of the parking area (47.696476, -117.495734)
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