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Upper Clearwater River Corridor

Year-round recreation Kamiah, Kooskia, Syringa, Lowell, Powell, Stites, Clearwater, Harpster, Elk City, Nez Perce Indian Reservation Year Established: 1896 Population: ~7,059 Elevation: 1,030′-3,094′ Average Temp: Summer 90F Winter 25F If year-round outdoor recreation makes your heart sing, this is your place. The communities located along the Clearwater River are steeped in history. There are many… Read more »

Clearwater River Casino and Lodge

At Clearwater River Casino we have hundreds of game titles that include: Fort Knox, Mystical Temple, Pirate’s Loot, Jaws, Diamond Factory and many, many more! Come, check them out! With over 600 games to choose from, you have every reason to try your luck here at the Clearwater River Casino. Our gaming floor is now 21… Read more »

Clearwater Economic Development Association

Results-driven and member-led, Clearwater Economic Development Association (CEDA) drives regional development and works with community leaders to build community assets and wealth within the Idaho counties of Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, and Nez Perce.

Dog Bark Park

Stop by Dog Bark Park and say “hello” to chainsaw artists Dennis and Frances, known for their whimsical wooden carvings of dogs. You can even stay in the most unique bed and breakfast, the “big dog,” known as Sweet Willy.

Kamiah Chamber of Commerce

Kamiah, Idaho nestles on the banks of the beautiful Clearwater River in a valley surrounded by scenic foothills. Here the heritage of the past meets the challenge of tomorrow, and the gateway opens to the multitude of recreational opportunities.

Salmon River Chamber of Commerce

The Salmon River Chamber of Commerce is located in Riggins. Come for their annual jet boat races, great fishing, and local eateries.   Contact Email:

Grangeville Chamber of Commerce

Grangeville, Idaho is a small town with a big culture. Many residents have family ties dating back 125 years, when Grangeville was founded in 1897. Not lacking the colorful lore of the Old West, Grangeville’s fascinating history includes gold rushes, Indian wars, railroad feuds and more.