Trail of Couer d’ Alene you can start at Lake Chatcolet in Heyburn state park close to Plummer, ID which is only 45-60 minutes from Spokane. It’s a beautiful ride with a path for younger kids and off road for teens!
Centennial Trail – This trail tends to be huge! So if you decide to do this with the family the best place to start is at Mirabeau Park in the Valley. This trail follows the Spokane River and has beautiful scenery! Discovery Park is right next to it so you can stop for a picnic and a bit of swimming with the whole family.
Route of the Hiawatha – this ride is one of the most beautiful rides in the Pacific Northwest! This is the perfect trail for those who enjoy a bit of history and adventure. Along the trail, you will find historical plaques with interesting information about the railroad. This trail tends to be a bit more adventured filled and better for kids 10 and up, teens love this one! This trail also tends to be more on the pricier side since you must pay for a pass to go in (6 for kids and 10 for adults). The trail itself goes through 11 tunnels and over 9 high trestles through the Bitterroot Mountains in Idaho. Don’t forget to bring lunch and headlamps, but if you do don’t worry; you can rent all the gear and lunch before you begin the trail.
Riverfront Park – Riverfront has tons of different bike paths you can take but one that is a must and a local’s favorite for younger kids is this one! Begin and end at Mission Park off of East Mission and North Perry Street. Ride out toward downtown on the paved trail and this will lead you all the way through Riverfront Park. You can loop around at the Gondola to head back or have a little lunch and catch some rides at the amusement park.
Fish Lake Trail – This is the best trail to start from downtown Spokane. Easy enough for younger kids but filled with wild life that keep the whole family entertained!