Spokane Valley’s CenterPlace Regional Event Center and Discovery Playground are located in Mirabeau Point Park, as is the nearby natural area, which includes Mirabeau Springs and waterfall, Mirabeau Meadows, and a variety of walking trails and wildflowers in the spring. Although Walk in the Wild Zoo used to be located on the grounds of the park, the zoo closed several years ago and the property was transformed into a public park and event venue by the city.

During the summer, both locals and visitors can enjoy the Spokane Valley, WA Farmers Market, which brings together local farmers, ranchers, food producers, artisans, food trucks, and musicians. The market is held on Friday evenings and is open to the public. When visiting the park or attending any events, please adhere to the necessary social distance guidelines.

CenterPlace Regional Event Center, a 54,000-square-foot facility with indoor and outdoor space for conferences, corporate meetings, banquets, community activities, weddings, and other events, is located within the park. The Spokane Valley Senior Center, as well as the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, are both housed in the same facility.

In front of the building, there is a big public parking lot for visitors. The city just completed the construction of a big hardscaped plaza surrounded by trees and illuminated by outdoor lighting to accommodate more outside activities. The plaza, which contains new facilities, a stage and dance area, and a food service facility, is a fantastic venue for vendor booths and other events.

This multi-sensory playground is an easily accessible space where people of all ages and abilities may play, learn, and have a good time together. With the use of sight, sound, scent, and touch, the elements of the playground are intended to provide activities that promote physical growth as well as educational and social development.

Discovery Playground includes two tiny shelters outside the playground perimeter fence that can be reserved in advance, while picnic shelters inside the playground are accessible on a first-come, first-served basis for visitors. The playground is open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. from October 16 to April 14 and from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. from April 15 to October 15. It is closed on Mondays. In this event, there is no admission cost.

Mirabeau Meadows is a flat, grassy area that is used for big public events such as movies in the park, music concerts, and vendor fairs. It is located in the heart of the city. It is also an excellent location for a game of Frisbee or a picnic with the family. Directly across from the Centennial Trail Parking Area is a meadow that is perfect for picnicking.

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