Maps and Directions
|Arby's||517 2nd St.||Clarkston||509-751-9601||American|
|Arby's||2117 8th Ave.||Lewiston||208-746-7227||American|
|Arby's||248 Thain Rd.||Lewiston||208-798-8000||American|
|Bojack's Broiler Pit||311 Main St.||Lewiston||208-746-9532||Steakhouse|
|Taco John's||99 Southway Ave.||Lewiston||208-746-3498||Mexican|
|Clearwater River Casino & Resort||17500 Nez Perce Rd.||Lewiston||208-746-0723||American/Diner|
|Domino's||316 18th St.||Lewiston||208-746-9595||Pizza|
|Domino's||3206-1/2 5th St.||Lewiston||208-743-9595||Pizza|
|Effie's Tavern||1120 Main St.||Lewiston||208-746-1889||Burgers|
|El Sombrero||405 Thain Rd.||Lewiston||208-746-0658||Mexican|
|El Sombrero||2214 E Main||Lewiston||208-746-1205||Mexican|
|Ernie's Steakhouse||2305 Nez Perce Dr.||Lewiston||208-743-1704||Steakhouse|
|Fazzari's||1281 Bridge St.||Clarkston||509-758-3386||Pizza/Pasta|
|Fazzari's: Home Run Delivery||1485 15th St.||Clarkston||508-758-3273||Pizza/Pasta|
|Grumpy's Restaurant & Lounge||2315 Appleside Blvd.||Clarkston||509-751-8885||American|
|Jollymore's||1516 Main St.||Lewiston||208-743-9448|
|Lancer Lanes||1250 Bridge St.||Clarkston||509-758-4400||American|
|Main St. Grill||625 Main St.||Lewiston||208-746-2440||American|
|Matt's Grill||90 2nd St.||Asotin||208-746-8333||German/Breakfast|
|McDonald's||119 Thain Rd||Lewiston||208-746-3032||Burgers|
|McDonald's||711 21st St.||Lewiston||208-743-8181||Burgers|
|McDonald's||350 Bridge St.||Clarkston||509-758-9603||Burgers|
|Meriwether's||621 21st St.||Lewiston||208-748-1151||American|
|Mystic Cafe||1303 Main St.||Lewiston||208-743-1811|
|Polar Bear||804 16th Ave.||Lewiston||208-746-1429||Sandwich|
|Rooster's Landing||1010 Port Way||Clarkston||509-751-0155||American|
|Southway Pizzeria||8th St. & Southway||Lewiston||208-743-0400||Pizza/Pasta|
|Strike & Spare l||244 Thain Road||Lewiston||208-743-8883||American|
|Taco Time||115 Bridge St.||Clarkston||509-758-1463||Mexican|
|Taco Time||1828 21st St.||Lewiston||208-746-1961||Mexican|
|Tomato Brothers||200 Bridge St.||Clarkston||509-758-7902||Italian|
|Waffles N' More||1421 Main St.||Lewiston||208-743-5189||Breakfast|
|Wendy's||1819 21st St.||Lewiston||208-743-1212||American|
|Zany Graze||2004 19th Ave.||Lewiston||208-746-8131||American|
Things to Do & Place to See
Asotin County Historical Society Museum
215 Filmore, Asotin, WA; 509.243.4659
Features hands-on displays emphasizing the pioneer period.
Asotin County Family Aquatic Center
1603 Dustan Loop, Clarkston, WA; 509.758.0110
Features enclosed and open flume slides, inner tube slide, zero depth entry, wave pool, lazy river, sand play area, activities pool, indoor pool, picnic areas, and full-service concessions.
Clearwater River Casino & Hotel
17500 Nez Perce Rd., Lewiston, ID; 208.746.0723 or 877.678.7423
Located just five miles east of Lewiston (website)
LCSC Center for Arts & History
721 7th Ave.; 208.792.2243
Educating and engaging the community in an appreciation of culture, history, and arts. Temporarily located at 721 Seventh Avenue in Lewiston, the Center features rotating exhibitions from a wide variety of regional artists. The Center is open and free to the public.
Lewis & Clark Discovery Center
721 Sixth Street
Gives visitors the history of Chief Timothy and his warriors, as well as local artifacts that were found in the area.
Nez Perce County Historical Museum (Luna House)
0306 3rd Street; 208.743.2535
The museum, located in one of Lewiston’s first buildings, preserves the history of Nez Perce County. It features Native American and pioneer artifacts.
Nez Perce National Historical Park
Nez Perce National Historical Park has thirty-eight sites spread over four states (Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington) that touch on many of the threads that make up the Nez Perce story. There are a variety of ways to experience the sites and stories of the Nez Perce. Most of the information to plan a trip is available online (website).
Panoramic View of Three States
Take U.S. Hwy 95 north and watch for “view sites” signs near the top of the Lewiston Hill. Views of the Lewis-Clark Valley and three states (Washington, Idaho, and Oregon) from one spot.
Valley Arts Center
842 6th Street, Clarkston, WA; 509.758.8331
The center displays works by local artists, conducts art seminars and classes, and host special events.
Village Centre Cinemas
2920 Nez Perce Drive; 208.798.8080
The Village Centre Cinemas at Nez Perce Plaza offers a state-of-the-art moviegoing experience. Enjoy Hollywood’s latest movies in a stadium-style auditorium with digital sound and the best popcorn in town.
2729 Clearwater Avenue, Lewiston, ID; 208.746.3724
Come see the potters in action! Call 208-746-3724 a few minutes before you want to come and they will prepare a throwing demonstration. Plus, one of your group can try the wheel for free as part of the tour.
Information courtesy of Denny Grubb
- The first NAIA World Series was played in Alpine, Texas in 1957.
- The NAIA has held a World Series in baseball every year since 1957. The 2017 Series will be the 61st edition of the event.
- This year, 2017, will be Lewiston’s 26th time hosting the World Series.
-918,204 people have attended the Series in the 25 years the event has been held at Lewiston, an average of 1,966 per game.
- In 2009, despite host Lewis-Clark State being eliminated early in the Series, the title game between Lubbock Christian and Point Loma drew a crowd of 4,005.
- The highest attendance for one game in Lewiston came in 2008 when 5,530 people attended the championship game. The previous record was 5,480 set in 2006.
- 467 World Series games have been held at Lewiston.
- 188 different teams have participated in the World Series—36 of those teams have never won a game. Hawaii-Hilo has the most appearance without winning a game, as it is 0-6 in its three appearances.
- 33 Different teams have claimed championships, while only seven teams have multiple championships: Lewis-Clark State 18, Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 4, Lewis (Ill.) 3, Cumberland (Tenn.) 3, Lubbock Christian (Texas) 2, David Lipscomb (Tenn.) 2, Linfield (Ore.) 2.
- Embry-Riddle (Fla.) has made the most appearances, 13, without winning a championship. Point Park (Pa.) has made 11 appearances without a title, while Dallas Baptist (Texas) and Southeastern Oklahoma have made 10 appearances without winning it all.
- Lewis-Clark State won the championship six consecutive years from 1987-1992, bettering the three consecutive mark of Grand Canyon in 1980-1982.
- Lewiston became the host of the World Series in 1984 and hosted the event until 1991. The World Series then was hosted by four different cities in eight years, until it returned to Lewiston in 2000.
- In the 60-year history of the NAIA World Series, Lewis-Clark State has played at the most sites, seven. It has traveled to St. Joseph, Mo.; Nashville, Tenn.; Lubbock, Texas; Des Moines, Iowa; Sioux City, Iowa; Jupiter, Fla.; and Lewiston.
- Five no-hitters have been thrown in the World Series including two in 1961, and one in 1978, 1992, and one in 2013, by Northwood's (Texas) Cody Faulkner.
- Joey Dyche (Lewis-Clark State College, 2005) is the only player to hit for the cycle in the World Series.
- Clyde Wright (Carson-Newman, 1965) holds the record for most strikeouts in a World Series game, 22, in 13 innings. Larry Crayton (East Carolina, NC, 1961) holds the nine-inning record with 19 strikeouts.