Sure, there’s lots of fun for adults at Spokatopia. But kids have it made for two days. Grab a kid’s demo pass for $5 and play all weekend!

Bouldering Wall

Close to the ground, with padding on the ground, kids can try different levels of bouldering. Climbing without ropes is a safe and fun way to introduce kids to the sport of climbing.

Strider Bike Demos

Little ones not quite ready to pedal can cruise around on Strider bikes, built to teach them to hone their balance. Trails and paths are blocked and safe for the littles to explore. Bikes provided by Spokefest.

City of Spokane Parks & Recreation Games

The City of Spokane Parks and Rec will host a Mobile Recreation van in the Spokatopia festival meadow, full of kid’s entertainment! Activities include relays, challenges, chalk art, ladder golf, and giant 4-in-a-row game.

Game Cave Sponsored by First Interstate Bank

Digging in the sand, life-sized Jenga, and corn hole toss will keep the kids busy for hours. Tucked in the shade, and visible from the beer garden, you can let them get dirty!

Evening Entertainment

Gather in the REI campground area with award-winning author Joseph Drumheller for the presentation, Creativity and Nature. For kids 5 to 8 years old, there will be a brief interactive puppet show, introducing the basics of creativity and outdoor activities. Kids ages 9 and older will learn how to tune into the Wizard’s Mind, followed by an exercise in learning how nature can help expand their creativity. Ending with a Jeopardy-style game based on the outdoor wonders of our area. The program starts at 6:30 p.m.