South Indian Trail
I may be slightly biased because this is the neighborhood I grew up in and now raise my own child in. Most of the homes in this area are from the same group of builders and were built in the 1950’s and 60’s, especially those close to the neighborhood grocery store, Yokes. They are mostly single story ranchers, with full basements, on nice size lots. There are some homes near Indian Trail school that were built in the 1980’s that are more of a split level style. Indian Trail school is one of the smallest schools in District 81,making for smaller classroom size. My daughter loves attending there, just as I did.
Yokes grocery store is the eastern border for the neighborhood and is a great store to have within walking distance. The western border of the neighborhood is Wyakin Park a 16 acre park featuring mixed use trails and an ever growing rock garden. The park almost became a housing development in 1991 but residents came together to care for the property and grow it into the little slice of urban nature that it has become.
North Indian Trail
The North Indian Trail neighborhood is located in the NW corner of the Spokane city limits and has undergone many changes in the past few decades, adding the restaurant and retail facilities that had been long promised, known as Sundance Plaza in 2002. As well as several modern apartment complexes. Prior to this the neighborhood was strictly single family housing that was built mostly in the 1970’s and 80’s, with Woodridge Elementary opening in 1981 to students in walking distance, no students were bussed.
The shopping center houses familiar businesses such as; Albertsons Grocery store and gas station, Rite Aid pharmacy, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Subway and STCU. There are also 2 great locally owned Restaurants; Adelo’s pizza and JJ’s Tap and Smokehouse.
Pacific Park is located next to the shopping center and features a sports field, splash pad and playground. If you continue further out Indian Trail Road you are only a few minutes from being immersed in nature at the Indian Painted Rocks and Little Spokane River Natural Area.
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