Spokane’s Best Parks –
Audubon Park is 27 acres of rolling Ponderosa Pines, playgrounds, splash pads, ball fields and basketball courts. Located in northwest Spokane, Audubon Park anchors one of the quaintest neighborhoods in town. Acreage and playground space in the park gets a boost from Finch Elementary, located in Audubon’s northeast corner. Therefore, if the park’s playgrounds are a bit too rough and tumble for your toddler, you can wander up to the school and utilize their toddler-oriented playground and feel a bit more secure in their fenced-in play areas.
Audubon Park is also a popular destination for events. District 81 utilizes it as a cross-country course during the fall and, on those long hot summer nights, you can enjoy an open air concert sponsored by Spokane’s Northwest Neighborhood Council.
Audubon Park rests on a gentle hill that entertains sledders during the snowy months and its mature trees provide plenty of shade on warm summer days. Between the splash pads and the playgrounds, Audubon is a prime venue to host a birthday party or any number of family-oriented events.