Idaho Sportsman Lodge

Address: 103 East Street, Stites, Idaho, 83552, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 103 East Street, Stites.
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    A place to revisit

    A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 29, 2015

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    ... trees. This was the Nez Perce summer camp where they gathered camas bulbs as one of their main staples. Weippe has a small LC Discovery Center with some very nice painted murals around the building and a nice botanical garden showing some of the many new species of plants documented by Lewis. I ended the day at Orofino ID and was planning to camp somewhere around the Dworshak dam or reservoir. After making ...

    A quiet time

    A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... Creek Timber Co. The new Glade Creek Park includes a trail to a LC campsite about 0.6 of a mile from the visitor center. The site is a pristine meadow next to Glade Creek. It’s nice to see that it can
    stay as Lewis and Clark saw it. It wasn’t a long driving day, maybe 50 miles but I really like the scenery along the Lochsa River and so I stopped at the White Sands ...

    Sleeping in a GIANT dog!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 13, 2015

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    ... on the road to somewhere that definitely would!

    It wasn’t a long drive to our next stop, just extremely monotonous. The highway 12, (also known as the Lewis and Clark Trail named after the 2 said explorers) is a twisty pine tree lined road which tracks the snaking Lochsa River the whole way.

    For 3.5hrs we turned left, then right, then left, then right (times that by a ...

    Fishing trip

    A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... had for crossing the mountains which were always lean with
    game. The salmon had not arrived in the
    Clearwater yet but the Nez Perce said there were fish in the Snake River about
    135 miles east of their camp. Lewis
    sent Sgt. Ordway with 3 men and a couple of Indian guides to get some
    salmon.

    I decided to take a side trip and follow the general route
    the Ordway took between the two rivers.
    I had read about a ...

    Can't Say No to Fun!

    A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Sep 15, 2014

    ... rifle through the wallet (still only one wallet as Kenz's is now on it's way to Missoula since it didn't make it in time to Baker City) and scrounge up just enough and walk out of there as quickly as our tired legs will take us. As we walk our bikes to our campsite, we make friends with Rick and Royanne (R&R), two of the most hospitable people we have met so far. They offer us ice for our knees, beers, REAL popcorn with REAL butter (because you can't drink a cold beer without ...