//River, Canyons and Prairies

Lindsay Creek Vineyards

Etched in sediment rich soil deposited from the great Lake Missoula floods millennia ago, Lindsay Creek Vineyards and event center is ready to charm you. Owned by the McIntosh family, Art and Doug, Michelle and Brenda, LCV invites you to come swirl, sniff, sip, and take home some of their award winning wines and milled whole grain flours and mixes. Baked goods made from scratch, using local honey and filled seasonally with locally grown fruit and served with Cravens coffee out of Spokane, compliment the discerning palate while you gaze out to stunning views of the Lewis-Clark Valley.

Their motto “We grew up here…come taste our commitment” speaks to the family’s time invested in the Lewis-Clark valley as fourth generation grain farmers. The McIntosh’s agribusiness, one that has been farmed by family members continually for almost 100 years, evolved to grapes in 2007, and continues to enrich the region.

Lindsay Creek’s website will fill you with background story, schedule of events, and options such as buying products and checking out the event center that can hold up to 400 guests.

Where & when
3107 Powers Ave. Lewiston, ID 83501
Regular hours: Friday & Saturday 1-9pm
Summer hours (Memorial Day – Labor Day):
Thursday 6-9pm
Friday & Saturday 1-9pm
Sunday 1-5pm

By appointment any other time. Holiday hours may vary; check website for detail

Contact
Call 208.746.9463
Email lcvineyards@lewiston.com
www.lcvalley.wine
Find us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

WI & M Historic Train Depot

The historic train depot is supported and was restored by the Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway History Preservation Group or WIMRyHPG. This group puts on the Annual Speeder Rides and History day each year. (2nd weekend in July). Museum Room and displays throughout the building make it worth stopping. Shop our local history book selection as well. Freight Room hosts many a music event and is available for the public to rent for their own event.

You might also be interested in one of the people behind this heroic preservation effort who is an artist exhibiting in the depot: www.karenrohn.com.

Where & when
185 6th St. Potlatch, ID 83855
Hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm

Contact
Call 208.875.1357
Email karenrohndesigns@yahoo.com
wimryhpg.com
Find us on Facebook

Old Brundage House

Just one year newer than the Clay house, the Brundage house inspired admiration in the Riggins of 1918. Brundage Mountain was named after the Scott Brundage family. In 1927, the widow, Mrs. Brundage, leased the house to the Forest Service, who eventually bought the house in 1931. It was used as the first ranger’s house before the Forest Service moved to Slate Creek. The house is now owned by ETC Used Clothing Store.

301 South Main, Riggins, ID 83549

Whitebird Battlefield, Nez Perce Land

You’ll want to get information about the battlefield at the Nez Perce National Historical Park Visitor’s Center in Spalding and then drive an hour to the site, located 15 minutes south of Grangeville, ID. The view from the top of the Whitebird Grade is one of the most spectacular sights in Idaho.

http://www.nps.gov/nepe/historyculture/white-bird-battlefield.htm

The Cycle Haus Bikes and Brews

In the beautiful little town of Harrison, on the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene (which National Geographic says is one of the six most beautiful lakes in the world) you can hop on the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes Bike Trail (see listing) with the help of Cycle Haus—a bike shop, espresso bar serving locally roasted coffee and gift shop. Whether you need to rent or purchase a bike or just need directions to the many riding opportunities in the area, Cycle Haus is there for you!

Open June, July, August every day, 8 am-8 pm. At other times, call 208.689.3436

208.689.3436
cyclehaus@hotmail.com

101 N. Coeur d’Alene Ave., Harrison, ID 83833

Pinewood Cottage Furniture, Art, Crafts, Antiques & 2nd Hand Store

Showcasing Palouse creativity, the Pinewood family of 60 consignment vendors offers a wide variety of local art and craft talent, specializing in heritage crafts that mingle with antique and collectible furniture and household gadgets from the past. At the northern end of the Palouse Scenic Byway, a visit brings back days of flour sack dish towels, granny square afghans, rag rugs, and all the warmth that makes a house a home. Classes offered for all ages. Second Saturday Markets (9-4) expand to include any fresh fruits, vegetables and other home baked goods from the area. Mellow Monday, Quilt Club, and Game Nights complete the true community expression. We offer classes in sewing, quilting, crochet and embroidery. Having retired from furniture manufacturing, we are now offering furniture repairs and refinishing.

Where & when
208 W 2nd St., Rosalia, WA 99170
10am-4pm daily, open later on request

Contact
Call 509.523.3112
Email yoshnank@gmail.com

First Indian Presbyterian Church

Located on the first Kamiah town site in East Kamiah, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry T. Cowley organized the First Church on December 25, 1871, with Hol-Lol-Sote-Tote (Lawyer) as the first Elder. In the summer of 1873, the government built the present church. The Rev. Henry Spalding spent 1872 and 1873 doing church work here during the construction. Sue McBeth had charge of the Presbyterian Mission at the time that the First Church was built. Her sister Kate McBeth joined her in 1879. The church and cemetery is still in use today and stand in quiet dignity at the original location on Highway 12.

Season: all, Hours: call

Chamber: 935-2290

518 Main St Kamiah, ID 83536

Clearwater Canyon Cellars

Experience the history and charm of a century-old farm at our estate vineyard while tasting and learning about our award-winning wines. We produce ultra-premium wines from the Lewis-Clark Valley and select vineyards in the greater Northwest. Clearwater Canyon Cellars was named Idaho’s Winery of the Year in 2015.

Where & when
3143 10th Street, Lewiston, ID 83501
Open for tasting Friday & Saturday 12-5pm and by appointment

Contact
Call 208.816.4679
Email wine@cccellars.com
clearwatercanyoncellars.com
http://www.facebook.com/ClearwaterCanyonCellars
Find us on Instagram & Twitter

 

LCSC Center for Arts and History

The Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History, the largest gallery in northern Idaho, is off campus at 415 Main Street, in historic downtown Lewiston. Built in 1884, this 12,000 sq. ft. National Register for Historical Places building offers up to 10 exhibits a year reflecting the area’s culture, history, and arts.

Free. Open Mon-Sat. 11 am-4 pm; closed Sun.

208.792.2243
cah@lcsc.edu

415 Main Street, Lewiston, ID 83501

Monastary of St. Gertrude

The Monastery of St. Gertrude is an active Benedictine community that features concerts, arts retreats and classes, readings, lectures, and other events throughout the year. Visit the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude as well as the Book & Gift Shop that features the talents of local artisans and handcrafted items by the Benedictine sisters. Enjoy Benedictine hospitality at a family-friendly bed and breakfast at the Inn at St. Gertrude. Enjoy Monastery-made bread, jam, and desserts and take a walk around the beautiful, forested landscape overlooking the Camas Prairie. Learn about all the arts, events, and history at the Monastery of St. Gertrude at www.stgertrudes.org.

Where
465 Keuterville Rd., Cottonwood, ID 83522

Contact
Call 208.962.3224
Email creative@stgertrudes.org
stgertrudes.org
Find us on Facebook & Instagram

Museum information
Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — and admission is $6 and $3 for students. Ages 6 and under are free.

Call 208.962.2050
Email museum@stgertrudes.org
historicalmuseumatstgertrude.org/

Inn information
Office hours: 8am – 9pm
Call 208.451.4321
innatstgertrude.com

 

Nez Perce National Park Visitor’s Center

Learn about the Nez Perce people and their incredible history. One of 38 sites included in the National Park.

Winter hours 8:30 am – 4:00 pm; Summer hours 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

208.843.7009
http://www.nps.gov/nepe/historyculture/the-spalding-site.htm

39063 U.S. Hwy 95 Lapwai, ID 83540

Unique Antler Design Wildlife Gallery

Gallery showroom for locally made soapstone carvings, antler carvings, lighting and furniture, photography, gourd art and jewelry. Antler art is made on site.

Neil and Shari Medley have spent countless hours in the wild observing wildlife, hunting shed antlers, and creating art from them. Shari learned the art of antler carving from her father, a master carver. Neil creates lighting and furniture from moose, deer, elk and caribou antler. All are U.L. approved. See exquisite examples and prices on line.

Where & when
378 Hwy 95 South, Riggins, ID 83549
Oct-June  Tuesday-Sat 8-5
July-Sept  Tuesday-Sat 10-5

Contact
Call 208.628.3460
Email unqantlr@frontiernet.net
uniqueantlerdesign.com/
Find us on Facebook

 

Moccasin Flats Trading Post

This beautiful little shop is located in Lapwai, the heart of the reservation. Works by dozens of local artists and beadworkers are proudly featured. Owned by a member of the Nez Perce Tribe, the Nez Perce culture is reflected in the art you will find here, and is just a few minutes drive from Spalding and the Nez Perce National Historic Park.

Open Monday-Saturday 10-6; Sunday 12-5. Open in winter Tuesday-Saturday 10-6; Sunday 12-5.

208.843.7000
moccasinflats@netscape.com

302 S. Main St. Lapwai, ID 83540