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ARTWALK. Friendship Square, Moscow, ID 83843.
Self-guided tour of the work of dozens of local and regional artists.
Each year thousands of students from all over the United States, Canada and as far as Japan, gather on the University of Idaho campus. They perform for judges and peers, enjoy world class concerts, and learn from jazz masters in workshop settings.
Renaissance Fair. East City Park, Moscow, ID 83843.
Emerald Creek Garnet Area. Located off Highway 3, turn onto Road 447 and proceed southwest 8 miles to the parking area, Moscow, ID 83843. Phone: 208-245-1134.
Palouse Ice Rink. 1021 Harold Street, Moscow, ID 83843. Phone: 208-882-7188.
Clearwater National Forest. Ranger District - 1700 Highway 6, Potlatch, ID 83855. Phone: 208-875-1131; Fax: 208-875-1133.
Hells Gate State Park. 5100 Hells Gate Road, Lewiston, ID 83501. Phone: 208-799-5015; Fax: 208-799-5187.
Beach, trails, hiking, biking, horseback riding, jet boat trips, rafting, boating and fishing.
Kamiak Butte County Park. Phone: 509-397-6238.
Hiking trails part of the National Trails System
Virgil Phillips Farm County Park. 5 miles north of Moscow on Highway 95,
Moscow, ID 83843. Phone: 208-883-5709.
Hiking trails, gardens, pond.
NRS. 2009 S. Main Street, Moscow, ID 83843. Phone: 877-677-4327.
Tri-State - Idaho's Most Interesting Store. 1104 Pullman Road, Moscow, ID 83843. Phone: 208-882-4555.
The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail. Whitman County Parks Department Phone:
7 miles of paved pathway connecting Washington and Idaho, Pullman and Moscow, University of Idaho and Washington State University.
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