The Nez Perce National Park headquarters and museum memorializes Nimiipuu history and culture. It also houses a fine collection of Nez Perce clothing and accouterments, utilitarian artifacts, a dug-out canoe and a model of an ancient lodge.
Thing to do: Parks
The park offers a variety of conveniences for area residents and visitors. Camping and boat moorage is available year-round. The park offers hook-up sites, showers, picnic facilities, hiking and mountain biking trails an archery range, boat launch and a swimming beach. The Lewis and Clark Discovery Center features indoor educational displays, a two-acre outdoor interpretive plaza along the banks of… Read more »
Prepare to be wowed by this incredible state park! Nestled in the folds of the Blue mountains, this Southeast Washington park has some of the state’s most spectacular scenery. Fields Spring is an 826-acre, forested camping park in the Blue Mountains. With unique accommodations including two eight-person tepees and a 20-person loft in a lodge… Read more »
This park holds the same unique experience of peace and tranquility that was found when Lewis and Clark traveled across the island in 1806. Today the spirit still lives in an atmosphere of natural beauty. Overnight camping, swimming beach and picnic area is available.