Post Falls is a gorgeous mountain town along Spokane River with an elevation of over 2,182. Thanks to the city's location surrounded by mountains, rivers, and lakes, the town has grown into a great tourist destination, with numerous places to walk, play, and hike. A lot of the places you can go are dog-friendly too, so you never have to leave your pup behind when going out.
The Black Bay Park is the largest park in the city, with over 60 acres of land dedicated to a forested landscape, open fields, and a small beach area along the cove. There are a few natural trails that explore the area and follow the river, connecting to paved walkways, a pavilion, open space, and a parking area. Dogs do not have to be on a leash at the park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
Q'emiln Park rests on the southern shore of the Spokane River and provides scenic views of the rocky terrain surrounding the park, the river, and lush open areas. The park has piers for fishing, a pavilion, a playground, paved trails, and a large forest that can be walked through using dirt paths. Leash up Fido before coming here and get access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
Besides those parks and 4 veterinarians, Post Falls still has some great dog-friendly parks to visit like Syringa Park, Beck Park, and Treaty Rock Park.