Discover Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river gorge. That’s right, not the Grand Canyon, Hells Canyon! This Lewis Clark Valley destination has all the elements of an epic adventure. Intriguing history, spectacular scenery, plenty of adrenaline-filled activities to choose from, as well as opportunities to relax and reflect. You can experience a family-friendly adventure this… Read more »
Thing to do: Kid Friendly Attractions
16 lanes of bowling fun for groups and parties, plus league play and tournaments. Lancer Lanes also has a Casino featuring live Poker & BlackJack tables plus a small arcade for fun. Stop in and see them today!
Located in North Lewiston, ECMX is the Valley’s newest attraction! At the motorsports park you can expect to see events like the Smash Bash Demolition Derby, Supercross, and the motorcycle hill climb (back after 60+ years)! ECMX also offers dry camping. Head to track 148 and enjoy one of these spectacular events with a view!
Bring your sense of adventure and join a painting class. Explore the store and stroll among the local art and gifts for sale.
This family friendly bowling alley has been a local favorite since they opened their doors in 1959. Don’t leave without trying their famous in-house roasted turkey or curly fries while you bowl.
This local favorite is famous for their giant sandwiches. They roast six turkeys a day and make their turkey noodle soup from scratch. Dine in their bowling theme restaurant or over in the bowling center while you bowl a round. Pair your dinner with one of their local taps or a glass of Lewis-Clark Valley… Read more »
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.
The Lewis & Clark Discovery Center was completed in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The center is located in Hells Gate State Park. It features a two acre outdoor interpretive center along the banks of the Snake River. It also has educational displays, a gift shop and an original… Read more »
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 »