Superb food and drink make every adventure even more memorable. The Lewis Clark Valley has the perfect complement to every adventure. Time to Wine Down When it’s time to wine (and wind) down, a relaxing getaway in Lewis-Clark Valley wine country is just the ticket. Begin your stay at the Holiday Inn in Clarkston with beautiful views of the… Read more »
Thing to do: Outdoors
Spring for a Weekend Getaway in the Lewis Clark Valley
Spring is here and it’s time to get away! If you’re ready for golf, wine tasting, outdoor adventure, or checking off a once-in-a-lifetime trip, there’s a budget-friendly weekend waiting for you in the Lewis Clark Valley. Sip, Savor & Stay Surprise your friends and plan a trip to a wine region with a history of award-winning wine…since… Read more »
Come for the Wine, Stay for the Adventure
Get your tickets and taste the Northwest’s best kept wine secret – the Lewis-Clark Valley AVA – with their Summer Passport to Wine program. All summer long passport holders will receive complimentary tasting, on time per winery, and special discounts at local attractions, hotels, restaurants and tasting rooms. Visit and savor Wine Press Northwest’s 2020… Read more »
Chief Looking Glass Park
The park is located in the quite little town of Asotin, WA, along the Snake River. The is a large grassy park is the southern end of the Clearwater-Snake National Recreational Tail. It has a boat launch, basketball court and river side beach. This park houses the carnival every year during the Asotin County Fair… Read more »
Asotin City Park
Located along the Asotin Creek, this park is a great place for gatherings of all sizes and types. With shelters, picnic tables, horseshoe pits, playground equipment, and restrooms, everyone should have a great time. You can even camp out in the park with permits. Forms available online.
This amazing waterfront park is located on 64-acres along the Snake River. It is a day use park with a four-lane boat launch, covered shelters with electricity and water, picnic tables, barbecue facilities and playgrounds. Paved pathways and plenty of parking make this park a great place for large group functions or small family outings…. Read more »
Granite Lake Park
This six-acre park is located in the Port of Clarkston. It is landscaped with plants that were native to the area 200 years ago. The park has views of the Snake River and the northern valley hills. There are picnic tables for your enjoyment and paved pathways to take a stroll. You can also access… Read more »
This small park overlooks the Snake River at the edge of the iconic Blue Bridge. Many people purchase lunch at one of the nearby Happy Day restaurants and enjoy it with a beautiful view. There is an access path to the greenbelt for walking and biking. Close to downtown Clarkston and Lewiston.
This is the most open of the Clarkston parks with most of the trees on the perimeter. It makes it suitable for recreational sports activities. Arnold Park features a softball field, tennis and basketball court and a playground area. Restrooms are available. Bring the whole family and enjoy a picnic!
This small triangle shaped park located in the middle of several churches. It features a great playground area that is well shaded for the children. There are restroom facilities. This is a great place for mom or dad to take the little ones.