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Recreation

Making sure it’s there — now and later — for all of us to enjoy.

Our region has some of the best outdoor recreation opportunities anywhere. Now, you might not think that would be a big concern when you’re generating power, but it is to us. Besides generating clean, renewable hydropower, our Clark Fork and Spokane River Projects provide abundant recreational opportunities.

There are a number of picnic areas, camping facilities, boating opportunities and more that we maintain. View and explore the many recreational opportunities on these two rivers we have hydroelectric facilities.

The Spokane River

The Spokane River area is full of many opportunities, including boating, camping, swimming, bird watching, hiking, fishing and hunting. Maintaining safe, clean recreation sites that are accessible to everyone while at the same time preserving natural resources is a goal at Avista. Use the map to view the recreation sites and various features they offer. Remember, as you enjoy the many activities this area has to offer, please follow signs, respect site rules and boundaries, use proper equipment and don't play near a dam.

The Clark Fork River

The Clark Fork River and surrounding area is filled with year-round options, including boating, camping, swimming, bird watching, hiking, fishing and hunting. Maintaining safe, clean recreation sites that are accessible to everyone while at the same time preserving natural resources and the rural and rustic nature of the valley is one of our goals at Avista. Use this map to view each of the recreation sites and the features they offer. As you enjoy the many activities this area has to offer, please follow signs, respect site rules and boundaries, use proper equipment and don't play near a dam.

Weather and Water Flow Information

When boating, fishing or swimming this summer, please remember to play it safe. View current water flow levels before you go out.

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