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pend the day in one of our many beautiful parks that provide opportunities for family fun in the Lewis Clark Valley. In the Summer, grab a block of ice and head to Kiwanis Park for some thrilling ice blocking,  spend a Saturday evening in Brackenbury Square for the Farmers’ Market or Sound Downtown Summer Concert Series or beat the heat at Pioneer Park for a run through the water play fountain.

Hells Gate State Park

Shady campsites along the Snake River make comfortable base-camps for exploration of the surrounding area. Jet boat excursions into Hells Canyon leave on a regular basis from the park’s docks. The Nez Perce National Historic Park is only 30 minutes away. Hells Gate State Park is the gateway to Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America. Located 4 miles S. of Lewiston on Snake River Ave.

Kiwanis Park & Mtn. Dew Skate Park

Kiwanis Park a perennial favorite park in the valley is located along the Snake River and has something for everyone. State of the art playground equipment chosen by the students at Webster Elementary two years ago includes a child’s climbing wall. There is a covered shelter, year round restroom facilities, and our newest addition to the park are interpretive plaques describing the Lewis and Clark journey that you can read as you walk, jog ,or bike along the trails that are connected to the Lewiston levy system.

At Kiwanis Park in Lewiston (1114 Snake River Ave), you’ll find a great skate park (12,000 sq. ft.) with three pools, one with a difficult shallow end about 6 feet deep and a deep end about 9 feet deep with good transition. Another pool is about 8 feet deep and really large with a few vertical spots, street spots and stairs with a rail.

Brackenbury Square

Brackenbury Square is located right in the center of beautiful downtown Lewiston and offers a relaxing area to sit and enjoy a morning coffee or leisurely brown bag lunch. There is an outdoor stage with lots of shade trees where local talent loves to shine. You can also enjoy the “The Dance” statue and fountain create by local artist the late Dr. David Sears.

Community Park

Enjoy the paved walking path that winds north along a canyon rim on the headwaters of Lindsey Creek and a path way connecting the parking lot with the intersection of 10th and Park Avenue in Lewiston.

Locomotive Park

On a cold winter night in Lewiston, Idaho, a dark and lonely park suddenly comes to life with lights, music and the sound of laughter – turning it into a winter wonderland for Winter Spirit. Lighting Ceremonies are always the Saturday before Thanksgiving and you can visit the lights through the first Saturday after New Year’s Eve. You can visit the Locomotive and Caboose year round and enjoy picnicking for three seasons.

Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park, located at 203 5th Street, is the oldest park in Lewiston that started out as a cemetery until the late 1880s. The church that sits at 3rd Avenue and 5th Street was built in 1904 as a Law Library and the northern home of the Idaho Supreme Court until 1956. In 1989 a new Band Shell was built.

Airport Park
Airport Park is a busy park in the spring / summer with four softball fields and one baseball field. Two of the softball fields are lighted and Litt...
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Arnold Park
Arnold Park is the most open of the City's parks since most of the trees are on the perimeter. This makes it suitable for recreational sports activiti...
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Asotin County Family Aquatic Center
Slip and slide your way to Asotin County’s fabulous pirate-themed aquatic center in Clarkston. Ki...
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Beachview Park
Beachview is Clarkston's largest park. It has three covered picnic areas, one with multiple barbecues, two playground areas, a skate park, a basketbal...
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Brackenbury Square
Brackenbury Square is located right in the center of beautiful downtown Lewiston and offers a relaxing area to sit and enjoy a morning coffee or leisu...
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Chief Timothy Park
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 th...
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Community Park
In 2004 Lewiston acquired over 150 acres of property in the Orchards for a future Community Park through a grant from the federal Land and Water Conse...
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Gateway Park
Gateway is a small park overlooking the Snake River at the east edge of Clarkston. Many people purchase lunch at nearby restaurants and relax at conve...
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Granite Lake Park
Granite Lake Park is a six acre park that is located in the Clarkston Port District and maintained by the Port. It is landscaped with many plants that...
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Hathaway Field
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Hells Gate State Park & Lewis and Clark Discovery ...
The park offers a variety of conveniences for area residents and visitors. Camping and boat moorage...
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Justice Park
Justice Park is a small pocket park that creates a green space at the south end of town along State Route 129. A memorial to local residents who ha...
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Kiwanis Park
Kiwanis Park a perennial favorite park in the valley is located along the Snake River and has something for everyone. State of the art playground equi...
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Locomotive Park
On a cold winter night in Lewiston, Idaho, a dark and lonely park suddenly comes to life with lights, music and the sound of laughter - turning it int...
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Pepsi Park
Pepsi Park is located to your right as you are entering Lewiston on Highway 12 from the the north, east and south.  This is a Little League field use...
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Pioneer Park
Pioneer Park is the oldest park in Lewiston that started out as a cemetery until the late 1880s.  The church that sits at 3rd Avenue and 5th Street w...
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Rose Garden
The Rose Garden is at the entrance of Lewiston and is the site of many weddings.  Roses can be picked from the garden with a permit from the Parks &a...
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Sunset Park
Sunset Park is the home of a men's softball field and two T-Ball fields.  There are bathroom facilities, two tennis courts, a basketball court and a ...
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Swallows Park
Swallows Park is a 64 acre park on the Snake River that is owned and maintained by the Army Corp of Engineers.  It is a day use park with a 4-lane bo...
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Syringa Park
Syringa, formerly known as Shilo Park, is one of our newer neighborhood parks. There is a walking trail that follows along the outside of the park. Th...
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Vernon Park
Vernon Park is green oasis at the south end of the downtown corridor, directly across the street from Clarkston High School. It features a lighted,...
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