Spokane travel nursing jobs are located along the Spokane River in eastern Washington state about 20 miles from the Idaho border. The city lies on the Columbia plateau and Spokane Valley ecoregion near the Selkirk Mountains, the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where outdoor activities abound. There’s hiking, biking, swimming and boating in the summer and skiing, snowmobiling and dog sledding in winter.
Spokane, WA Travel Nursing Jobs
The Spokane River Centennial Trail features 37 miles of paved trails stretching from the city center to the Idaho border and perfect for leisurely strolls, jogging, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Art enthusiasts will want to keep the first Friday of the month marked on their calendar for the “First Friday Artwalk” featuring local artists and street performers. Most Spokane travel nursing jobs are located in the Medical District close to downtown and where we’ll set you up in convenient, comfortable housing.
Enjoy Pacific Northwest Cuisine!
The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in the downtown National Historic District is an interesting presentation about the early days and settlement of the Pacific Northwest. Outdoor festivals and concerts are held in Riverfront Park, a 100-acre green space in the city’s downtown area and close to most Spokane travel nursing jobs. The park is a year-round meeting place where visitors can ride the 1909 Looff Carrousel, take a gondola ride over Spokane falls, play a round of mini-golf, or grab a bite to eat and a glass of wine to meet and mingle in the park with friendly natives. For food lovers on Spokane travel nursing jobs, you’ll get to enjoy Pacific Northwest cuisine with fresh seafood from Seattle’s Pike Place Market, microbrews, local wine, locally-grown produce and game meat of caribou, elk and moose. International tastes on the Spokane menu include American casual fare, Italian, Indian, artisanal pizza, steakhouses, Thai, and Ethiopian at the Queen of Sheba restaurant.