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Lewis Clark Valley

Gateway to Hells Canyon Meeting of Two Rivers, Nez Perce History, Idaho’s First Capital, Wine Region Year Established: 1861 Population: About 47,000 Elevation: 740′ – 1,970′ Average Temp: Summer 89F Winter 42F At the confluence of the Clearwater and Snake rivers, Lewiston is the lowest point in Idaho at only 738 feet above sea level…. Read more »

Juliaetta / Kendrick

Nestled in the Potlatch River Valley Wine Tasting, History, Outdoor Recreation Year Established: 1889 Population: ~887 Elevation: ~1,171′ Average Temp: Summer 87F Winter 37F Founded by Thomas Kirby in 1889, Kendrick was first known as Latah or Latah City. On May 24, 1889, the post office was established and Kirby became the first Postmaster (the… Read more »

Elk River

Year Round Back Country Fun Established in the 1920’s Population: ~125 Elevation: ~2,579′ Average Temp: Summer 80F Winter 23F Elk River is a city in Clearwater County, Idaho, United States. It is accessed from State Highway 8 from Bovill – to the west in adjacent Latah County. Elk River was formerly the site of a… Read more »

Troy, Deary & Bovill

Small town family fun Year Established: 1897 Population: ~862 Elevation: ~2,487′ Average Temp: Summer 67F Winter 32F The communities of Troy, Deary, Bovill, and Elk River beg to be explored with their sprawling meadows and acres of timber. You’re in the heart of outdoor recreation. Miles of trails keep boredom at bay whether you’re hiking,… Read more »


Heart of Arts & Culture University of Idaho, the Palouse, Small-town Charm, Arts Community Year Established: 1887 Population: ~24,534 Elevation: ~2,579′ Average Temp: Summer 67F Winter 31F Moscow is cradled among the beautiful rolling hills of the Palouse. We invite you to visit and experience this undiscovered paradise. The community personifies the image of “small-town”… Read more »

Potlatch & Harvard

Railroad Towns Year Established: 1905 Population: ~804 Elevation: ~2,546′ Average Temp: Summer 80F Winter 64F The towns north of Moscow were once links in a chain of stations on the Washington, Idaho, and Montana Railroad. Other nearby stations were Wellesley, Yale, Vassar, Cornell, and Purdue. Potlatch is known as a “company town”, having been founded by Potlatch Lumber Company. Discover Potlatch… Read more »

Palouse Region

Rolling Hills of the Palouse Elk River, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Moscow, Potlatch, Uniontown Year Established: 1890 Population: ~57,305 Elevation: ~1,171 – 2,582′ Average Temp: Summer 80F Winter 23F It’s a photographer’s dreamscape….and one of the world’s richest agricultural regions. The Palouse Region is the world’s leader in the production of soft white winter wheat.  The combination… Read more »

Explore the Natural Wonders

Discover North Central Idaho North Central Idaho is home to vast wilderness, pristine rivers, deep canyons, and rolling hills. Take a road trip along the historic Lewis and Clark scenic byway and discover our charming small towns. Hop aboard a guided jet boat or rafting tour in Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North… Read more »

Meeting Planner

Plan your next event North Central Idaho offers the perfect setting for your next meeting or convention. We would love the opportunity to help assist you with planning your next event. Discover what the many facilities and accommodations North Central Idaho has to offer.  Event Centers Find the perfect facility for your next event. EXPLORE… Read more »