The Spokane Regional Health District has requested all playground equipment in Spokane County be closed off to use in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The closure includes playgrounds in the following Spokane Valley parks:
We apologize for this inconvenience and look forward to
re-opening the playground equipment for the children and families in our community.
Located at beautiful Mirabeau Point Park in Spokane Valley, this multi-sensory Discovery Playground is an accessible place where people of all ages and abilities can play, learn and discover.
A community gathering place, it offers opportunities for building healthier bodies, expanding knowledge and building new relationships with family, friends and the community.
ALL PARK RESTROOMS ARE SEASONAL AND ARE CLOSED OCTOBER 16-
APRIL 14. SPLASH PAD OPERATES MAY 15-OCTOBER 15, from 10am-8pm.
Discovery Playground has two small shelters outside the playground perimeter fencing available for reservations: Shelter #1-West and Shelter #2-East.
SET TIMES ARE: 10am-12pm / 1pm-3pm / 4pm-6pm
Click here for the Facility Usage Application.
Click here for the Parks Guide & How to Reserve a Park Facility.
Picnic shelters inside the playground are unavailable for reservations; enjoy on a first-come, first-served basis.
As with all our parks, playground hours are 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (October 16 - April 14) and from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (April 15 - October 15), and there is no admission fee.
Per SVMC 6.05.070, pets are not permitted on any designated picnic area or play area, which includes Discovery Playground (except for service animals.).
Children must be supervised.
Sun Gateway and Basalt Boulder Play
Gathering plaza, climbing boulders and a bridge over a dry creek bed
Steelhead Trout River Bed "Splash Pad"
Basalt water sprays, trout sculptures, seating and jumping water jets
Herb garden, fossils, benches and a raised planting bed
A quiet group gathering area
Wavy walk, bridge, larger-than-life objects, vine tunnel and sensory plantings
Bear Den Sand Play
Bear den, sand pit, water spigot, and raised sand table
Big Horn Sheep Challenge Steps, Double Slide and Sensory Garden
Shallow and steep steps with wrap-around garden, and sculpture/seating/talk tubes
Eagle’s Nest Observation Deck
Watershed and salmon wall, glacier rock slide, climbing wall, swings, spinners, fish climbing sculpture and boulder seating
Elk Valley Picnic Plaza
Shelter, tables, seating, boulders, sundial, fossils and split rock
Musical elements in seating nooks with a larger musical area
Features Eastern Washington flora with a variety of scents, textures and colors
Discovery Pavers and Hidden Walk
Educational pavers leading along a pathway
Phone: (509) 720-5200