Sekani Adventure Day a chance to explore new outdoor sports

The third annual Sekani Adventure Day will be held July 9th at Camp Sekani Conservation Area. Participants will have the opportunity to try a variety of outdoor sports in one day for a single $9 entry fee.

Adults and children of all ages and skill levels are invited to attend Sekani Adventure Day. Stand-up paddling, canoeing, archery, geocaching and approximately six other activities will be available at stations staffed with experienced instructors who will adjust small-group instruction to participant skill level. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mountain bicycle and helmet; all other gear will be provided by local organizations and vendors.
“This is one of the best events in the area,” says Lunell Haught, President of the Inland Northwest Trails Coalition. “You get to try out all kinds of things without buying anything, you can use it right there, it’s a gorgeous site with something for everyone.
“Best of all, there’s nothing — food or equipment — for sale,” says Haught. “This minimizes nagging, begging, whining and any decision making related to money!”
Sekani Adventure Day is organized by the Inland Northwest Trails Coalition and City of Spokane Parks and Recreation in partnership with OutThere Monthly magazine.
Where: Camp Sekani Conservation Area, 6707 E. Upriver Dr.
Cost: $9 pre-registration/$15 at the gate Registration: sekaniadventureday.com or 509.625.6200