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Step Out: Walking & Hiking in Spokane County

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Plantes Ferry Park is named after Antoine Plante, a French-Canadian trapper who built a cabin near here in 1849. In 1850, he constructed and operated the first ferry - the only means of crossing the Spokane River in the area. The site is home to the final battle of the Indian Rebellion of 1857 which include the Salish Indians (Spokanes) and Chief Garry. The final battle culminated here with the destruction of over 800 of the Indian horses, their food and tepees. An historical marker is found on this walk, as well as a unique statue of Antoine Plante.

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Plantes Ferry Park Amenities: Five softball fields, 12+ soccer fields Picnic shelter and playgrounds Free parking, restrooms Historical marker Small beach access Antoine Plante statue by Govedare Mirabeau Park Amenities: CenterPlace Event Center & Senior Center Picnic shelters, open meadows Waterfall, pond, and boardwalk Centennial Trail - trailhead Free parking, restrooms

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Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program www.nps.gov/pwro/rtca

Estimated steps, time & calories: based on an average (160 lb) person walking 3.5 mph; burning 84 calories per mile. Steps are based on average of 2000 per mile. Disclaimer: This information is provided without any warranties or guarantees. We are not responsible for any injuries or difficulties you may encounter as a result of using this information. Always consult a physician before starting any new exercise program.

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Centennial Trail ~ Mirabeau Park & Plantes Ferry Park

Route type: Paved Trail Distance: 5.0 miles (there and back) Steps: 10,000 Time: 1 hour 15 minutes Calories burned: 420

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