Fort Spokane is 25 mi. n. of Davenport on SR 25 to 44150 District Office Ln. N. This 19th-century military outpost was built to ensure peaceful relations between Colville and Spokane Indians and white settlers. A visitor center and museum are in the brick guardhouse, one of four remaining outpost buildings. A self-guiding trail follows the old parade grounds. Historical interpretive programs are offered in the summer.
Grounds open daily dawn-dusk. Museum open daily 9:30-5, Memorial Day weekend-Labor Day; by appointment, May 1-Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend-Sept. 30. Phone ahead to confirm schedule. Allow 1 hour, 30 minutes minimum.