Located in Riverside State Park, at mile 33.5 on the Centennial Trail, Wilbur Trailhead travels upstream to the former camp of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Today, this site is just interpretive but, it still holds a piece of Spokane history for hikers to enjoy as they pass. The western parts of the Centennial Trail inside Riverside State Park, like that of Wilbur Trailhead, are considered some of the best routes out of the 37-mile total length. The Riverside State Park section of the trail is also horse-friendly.
Inside Riverside State Park is the local favorite Bowl & Pitcher Loop Trail, known for its picturesque suspension bridge over the rapids of the Spokane River. The winding trail is only about two miles and takes half an hour to complete.
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