Huntington Park now boasts a new grassy area, art pieces and interpretive exhibits. If you want to really enjoy the roaring falls, be sure to visit Huntington Park between March-May.
Depending on what time of year you go, you could expect to find food trucks, yoga on the bridge, free walking tours, movies in the park, and so much more.
It’s a National Recreational Trail, and it stretches from Sontag Park in Nine Mile Fills to the Washington/Idaho state line.
The Sculpture Walk begins on Washington State University’s downtown campus and ends on the southeast corner of the Monroe Street Bridge.
The Heritage Walk is a free downtown walking tour that explains the history of the mountain northwest. This self-guided tour goes through many gorgeous historic buildings, homes and monuments.