Explore the Outdoors
Post Falls Community Forest
The City of Post Falls is working toward the development of a 500 acre multi-use natural area called the Post Falls Community Forest with hundreds of acres ready to explore now.
Post Falls is known as one of the top fingertip-friendly rock-climbing regions in the Northwest. Situated next to the Spokane River and surrounded by forestland, over 100 well-maintained rock-climbing routes are waiting for you. These rock walls are perfect for everyone; advanced climbers and incredible fun for anyone interested in climbing outdoors for the first time.
Hiking & Mountain Biking
With future plans to put up several more challenging climbing routes, Post Falls is developing a 518-acre multi-use natural area called the Post Falls Community Forest. This area includes 2 miles of river frontage, hiking, mountain biking trails, native trees and shrubs, wildlife and amazing granite cliffs and rock outcroppings.
Post Falls is also a fabulous place to enjoy a variety of water sports. The waterway is calm in some areas, feisty in others, making a great spot for families and adventurers of all skill levels. Above the historic falls is a hub of water activities like boating, jet skiing, paddle boarding and more. Below the falls is a haven for kayaking, river floating and fishing.
Don’t let winter get you down and keep you inside! The snowy season provides yet another perfect excuse to get outside, play, and enjoy nature. Post Falls offer multiple locales that are absolutely breathtaking in the frozen months and after a fresh blanket of snow.
Beyond Post Falls
Just a short drive up I-90, excitement and exhilarating entertainment awaits. Explore an indoor water park and family fun center, rodeos, North Idaho State Fair, and step through the gates to discover the Northwest’s largest amusement and outdoor water park, with over 70 rides, shows, and attractions.