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Nov 14, 2013 - Tons of Activities To Be Done At Spokane’s Centennial Park

We all need a break from the humdrum of everyday life once in a while and there is plenty of such spots in America’s capital, Washington DC. To get to the really awesome, picturesque spots, you would have drive out a little or make use of a bus charter rental Washington DC ground transportation vehicle. We have you covered for that.

In Spokane, slightly away from Washington DC capitol state downtown area, lies an amazing hidden gem in the form of Centennial Trail. Centennial Trail snakes its way around Spokane River which is the very reason for the amazingly gorgeous view. But that isn’t what keeps Washington DC charter bus rental customers coming back time and time again. It is the way the trail makes its way across hilly terrains, criss-crossing around Spokane river, go through flats and serene woods that makes almost every visit feel completely different than before.

There are lots of entrance points so, don’t worry about finding a specific entry. The best thing you can do for yourself is to get ready with a map. You can do that when you visit their official website or hit them with an email enquiry. The customer service staff are known for their prompt response to visitors and tourists.

The same way most American bus charter Washington DC parks and reserves are protected and manned by volunteers, Spokane’s Centennial Trail is also manned by a group of nature lovers known as Friends of Centennial Trail. They actively participate in and provide support towards the maintenance and development of the trail and surrounding parklands. Leave the park the way you found it and try not to make the jobs of these volunteers harder by leaving rubbish behind when you are done.

If you are running or walking through the entire trail, you will find yourself instantly in love with the fact that right smack in the middle of the trail, there is a section that goes into downtown Spokane and Riverfront Park.

The contour of the park makes it possible for all types of activities including biking or activities including non-motorized recreational vehicles. The trail is a part of another trail which is known as North Idaho Centennial Trail. Many of our Washington charter bus rental customers who have visited both trails have lamented that it would take incredible effort and time to do BOTH trails in one day simply because together, both trails runs for more than sixty miles.

We think it is better for you to pick one or two of your favorite activities, be it biking, horseback riding or canoeing, and just concentrate on doing that. You can always come back for other activities another time.