The City of Spokane has cut the ribbon on their new Ice Age Floods Playground on the North Bank of Riverfront Park. The area is part of the $75 million-dollar revitalization project started by the City of Spokane's Parks and Recreation department. The playground covers 40,000 square feet and contains a 3-story Columbian slide tower, Glacial Dam splash pad, a log jam climber, an alluvial deposit fossil dig, and much more! Construction on the project began in February 2020 and the total cost of the project was $12.2 million. Learn more here.