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Beautiful parks

South Hill makes you feel safe as you walk around all the beautiful parks. The flowers are a sight... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Justy J
Spokane, Washington
Good food, great parks

The south hill is a great place to visit when you go to Spokane. all the old buildings, nice parks... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
Liberty Lake, Washington
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Diehard cyclists will find over 8 miles of excellent mountain biking trails here, with both single- and double-track riding. The myriad interconnecting trails offer intermediate-level cycling, with steep and gradual short climbs.
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

South Hill makes you feel safe as you walk around all the beautiful parks. The flowers are a sight to see as enjoy your lunch. And you can get a nap in if you feel the need after walking around.

Thank Justy J
Reviewed 7 August 2017

The south hill is a great place to visit when you go to Spokane. all the old buildings, nice parks and great food.

Thank FogHat13
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Restaurants, soccer fields, shopping malls, Trader Joe's, beautiful Duncan Gardens in Manito Park...

Thank Jeannie51
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Thanks to Manito Park, this section of the city is the gem of the community. In addition to Manito, this area also offers great coffee spots (such as Rockwood Bakery), historic old homes (Rockwood Boulevard and surrounding), views of downtown (Cliff Drive), and many places...More

Thank Alan T
Reviewed 27 January 2017

The South Hill is an adorable side of the town. Huge old homes, beautiful parks, gorgeous views of the city. Some where I would like to live.

Thank ashleynicholeparrish
Reviewed 13 December 2016

The South Hill of Spokane is filled with the affluent neighborhoods of the past. Lush with Manito Park, Duncan Gardens huge old Maple Trees, pines, firs. You can drive through, walk through or bike through the park. There's a nice play ground for children and...More

Thank michellebW4380AI
Reviewed 7 November 2016

Beautiful Manito Park is on South Hill and is a must see. the trees along Rockwood Blvd is a site to see for all four seasons. Spring beautiful flowers are everywhere,summer is a profusion of beautiful trees in full leaf, fall of course the colors...More

Thank marpauly
Reviewed 19 October 2016

This is one of the valley's must see gardens. It's a formal garden with well maintained displays. A fantastic walking location, and seasonal beauty year round - though winter takes a little different eye for beauty.

Thank Paul K
Reviewed 13 October 2016

Driving around the South Hill neighborhood is delightful. There are so many cute houses, parks and architecture to see. There are little shops interspersed throughout. Most people in Spokane want to live here because it's so idyllic.

Thank MiShellery
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Spokane's South Hill area is an older part of Spokane. Therefore you will find large older homes with amazing architecture and design. Along with that you will see old well-established trees (mostly maple) that afford lots of shade and beautiful autumn colors when the leaves...More

Thank OutdoorKidz
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