Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect- Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect-the-Spots: A Guide Index Welcome! University of Idaho Campus Activities & Events: The next time you hear, “I’m bored. There’s nothing to do,” reach for Connect-the-Spots. Brochure and map of self-guided campus tour UI-Community Programs Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County is your family’s available from New Student Services: 885-6163, Moscow-Victorian Christmas, Ice resource to the many non-commercial cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities for firstname.lastname@example.org Cream Social, Parks & Rec, Renais- sance Fair, Kenworthy Theatre, Latah children and youth in Latah County. The opportunities listed in Connect-the-Spots are those that will educate and stimulate and are all regularly available within the borders of our very own Campus Recreation: County Fair, Young People’s Art Latah County. www.webs.uidaho.edu/campus_recreation Festival 885-6381 / email address: email@example.com Arts: Organized by place, with an activities index on the back, Connect-the-Spots collects in one 1. Nine-hole Frisbee golf course located around UI-Idaho Repertory Theatre, resource specific information about 85 recreational opportunities suitable for the entire family, Memorial Gymnasium, Swim Center, Physical Ridenbaugh Art Gallery Genesee-Memorial, Kiddie, Upper Education Building and the College of including an activity or site description, location, cost, and date. Also included is contact informa- UI Off Campus-Prichard Art Gallery City Education building; course available on Moscow-Moscow Arts Commission, tion for the organization associated with the site or activity, including email and website ad- Deary-City handout Rendezvous for Kids Troy-City dresses, where available. 2. Swim Center located in Physical Education Biking: Kendrick-City, Travis Connect-the-Spots, a production of the Latah County Historical Society, was made Building: fee Moscow-Paradise Path, Chipman Trail County-Latah Trail Juliaetta-Centennial Bovill-Caroline’s, East City County-Robinson, Bateson-Hylton, Blue Lagoon, Virgil Phillips Connect-the-Spots: possible by a grant from the Latah County Community Foundation. An online version of Connect-the-Spots can be found at the historical society’s website, http:/ 3. Tennis courts: Administration Lawn and behind Memorial Gymnasium. During the winter, courts are set up in the Kibbie Dome. 4. Weights and exercise equipment: Student Camping: County-Robinson Park State of Idaho-Spring Valley, Moose State of Idaho-Spring Valley, Moose Creek, McCroskey Federal Govt-Laird A Guide to Special Places users.moscow.com/lchs. To update or add information to Connect-the- Spots, or to request additional copies, Recreation Center (SRC): fee for faculty/staff/ public, Memorial Gymnasium and Kibbie Dome: no fee for faculty, staff, students Creek, McCroskey Federal Govt-Giant White Pine, Little Boulder, Laird Playfields: UI-Guy Wicks Moscow-Oylear, Lena Whitmore, in Latah County please contact the Latah County Historical Society at 208-882-1004 or 5. Guy Wicks Field, natural grass field complex located on western edge of campus: five softball firstname.lastname@example.org. fields, one baseball field, one rugby field, one Driving: McDonald, Russell, West Park recreational soccer field, and one varsity field. County- Palouse Country tour, White County-Deary-Nelson Activity Field Pine Drive Arboretums: Science/Natural History: www.uidaho.edu/arboretum/about.html, Golf: UI-Arboretum and Botanical Garden, UI-Golf Course, Frisbee Golf Course 885-5978 / email@example.com Shattuck Arboretum, W.F. Barr Hwy 95 NORTH 1. Arboretum and Botanical Garden: 63-acre site Entomology Museum Mary Minerva Gyms: McCrosky located south of the President’s residence on UI Off Campus-Experimental Forest, State Park UI-SRC, Memorial Gym, Kibbie Dome Nez Perce Drive. Pinestia-Guernsey Giant White Pine Moscow-Hamilton Indoor Rec Center 2. Charles Houston Shattuck Arboretum, located Moscow-Brink Nature Park, Hiking: Community Garden west of Administration Building y3 Hw County-Idlers Rest, Robinson Park Harvard University of Idaho Golf Course: Skating/Skateboarding: Potlatch Laird Park State of Idaho-Spring Valley, Moose www.webs.uidaho.edu/golf/ Moscow-Palouse Ice Rink, Moscow y9 5 Hwy 6 Princeton Creek, McCroskey Hw 885-6171 / firstname.lastname@example.org Skate Park Moose Federal Govt-Giant White Pine, Little Creek Res. 72-par course located on southwestern edge of Boulder, Laird Swimming: Bovill campus. UI-Swim Center Viola Virgil Phillips County Park History: Moscow-Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Deary Idaho Repertory Theatre: Hwy 3/8 Moscow-McConnell Mansion Center Idlers Rest Spring Valley Res. www.class.uidaho.edu/irt Big Meadow Museum, Appaloosa Museum Kendrick-City Park Rec Area Little Boulder 885-5182 / email@example.com Campground Kendrick-Lewis & Clark Kiosk Potlatch-Upper Park Bill Chipman Robinson Park Troy IRT for Youth (IRT-Y): performances for children Palouse Trail Libraries: Tennis: Hwy 8 and youth; fee Moscow Latah Trail County-Latah County Library District UI-Admin Lawn, PEB, Kibbie Dome Hwy 3 University of Idaho Community Programs: Moscow-Junior High, Ghormley www.dfa.uidaho.edu/ceis/cp Parks: Moscow-Lieuallen; Anderson; Walking/Jogging: Hwy 90 885-2347 / firstname.lastname@example.org Hw Berman Creekside, East City, Eggan, UI-Campus tour y9 5 Kendrick Courses and programs for children and youth, Eastgate, Friendship Square, Moscow-Downtown tour, Residential Juliaetta This map for illustration purposes only. including Kids College, Mom or Dad & Me, Youth Ghormley, Jim Lyle/Rotary, Kiwanis/ tour, Junior High track, Paradise Please consult a road map for distances Outdoors, and Swim Classes; fee Hordemann Pond, Lena Whitmore, Path, Chipman Trail, Latah Trail Genesee and road types. Mountain View County-Idler’s Rest, Potlatch Photos courtesy of UI College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Idaho Repertory Theatre, Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute, Appaloosa Museum Potlatch-Scenic Six, Middle, Upper Neighborhoods tour, Kendrick’s and Heritage Center, Moscow Arts Commission, Latah County Historical Society, and Geoff Crimmins, Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Corkill Memorial Trail Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • Connect-the-Spots: A Guide to Special Places in Latah County • W.F. Barr Entomology Museum: room 136, Appaloosa Museum and Heritage Center: 9. Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center: 830 North Moscow Parks and Rec: Driving tour brochure and 2. East City Park: picnic area, baseball field, E.J. Iddings Agricultural Science Building www.appaloosamuseum.org, 2720 West Pullman Mountain View. 882-7665 Swimming pools, www.ci.moscow.id.us/parks/ map: see Latah County restrooms. 885-7079 / email@example.com Road, Moscow water slides, and other aquatic activities, index.asp Historical Society No fee but visits are by appointment. 882-5578, x 279 / firstname.lastname@example.org including swimming lessons. Fee. June- Sept. 883-7085 County Parks: Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 10:00 – 5:00 and Activities brochure mailed to Ridenbaugh Student Art Gallery: 10. Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center: directly City of Potlatch 875-0708 www.latah.id.us/Dept/Parks_Main.html Saturday, 10:00 – 4:00. Moscow homes four times/year. www.uidaho.edu/galleries/ridenbaugh east of Aquatics Center, 883-7085. Open Spring 1. A Walking Tour of 883-5709 / email@example.com 1. Christmas Open House: Santa arrives riding an 885-6043 2004, Gym sports, multi-purpose room. Fees for Potlatch Neighborhoods 1. Robinson Park, four miles east of Moscow: Appaloosa on the first Saturday in December, classes only. Moscow – Miscellaneous brochure available for small fee volleyball court, playground, open areas, 10:00 – 12:00 noon. 11. Joseph Street Fields: corner of Joseph and Paradise Path: 1.47-mile non- from Latah County Historical Society, walking trails. UI~Off Campus Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute: Mountain View: softball and general recreation. 12. Kiwanis Park/Hordemann Pond, D and motorized trail between downtown Moscow and UI campus 882-1004 / firstname.lastname@example.org. 2. Bateson-Hylton Park, downtown Harvard. 2. Scenic Six Park, 125 Sixth Street: RV sites, 3. Blue Lagoon Park, six miles west of Bovill Locations in www.pcei.org, 882-1444 / Eisenhower, 2.75-acre park with open play area, Bill Chipman Palouse Trail: 7-mile non- covered picnic area, baseball field, playground, 4. Virgil Phillips County Park: www.sd281.k12.id.us/ Latah County: email@example.com 1. Carol Ryrie Brink Nature Park, covered picnic shelter, picnic area, playground, and restrooms. motorized trail connecting Moscow and Pullman and walking paths. pamp/pampnew/pfarmhome.htm: 160-acre site five miles north of Moscow specifically for use by 3. Middle Park: open play area, basketball courts, UI Prichard Art Gallery, located near Sixth and Mountain 13. Jim Lyle/Rotary Park, F and Orchard,2.14-acre Palouse Ice Rink: www.palouseicerink.com restrooms, and tennis courts. children for the purpose of natural history 414/416 South Main Street, View Road. park with open play area, picnic area, and 882-7188 / Latah County Fairgrounds: 1021 Harold exploration. 4. Upper Park: swimming pool and covered picnic Moscow, 885-3586 2. Moscow Community Garden, playground. Street. Public skating, figure skating and hockey. shelter. Fee to use pool. State of Idaho: 1050 West C Street: available to 14.Lena Whitmore Park, Third and Cleveland, 3- Latah County Fair: www.latahcountyfair.com 5. White Pine Drive: scenic byway along S.H. 6 1. Spring Valley Reservoir: www2.state.id.us/ University of Idaho anyone wishing to grow organic acre park with open play area, covered picnic 883-5722 / firstname.lastname@example.org, Latah County with views of old growth timber and access to fishgame: 296-acre recreation area near Troy Experimental Forest: flowers or food shelter, playground, restrooms, and basketball Fairgrounds: 1021 Harold Street. Held the second national recreational trails. surrounds the 55-acre fishing reservoir with www.cnr.uidaho.edu/expforest court. week of September: exhibits, events, and entertain- restrooms, picnic tables, fishing docks, covered 885-5078 / email: email@example.com City Parks and Playfields: City of Genesee 285-1621 Within the Experimental Forest is Big Meadow 15. Moscow Skate Park, just east of Eggan Youth ment picnic shelter. www.ci.moscow.id.us/cityparks/index.asp 1. Memorial Park, Fir and Laurel: RV sites Recreation Area, roughly four miles northwest of Center 2. Moose Creek Park: www2.state.id.us/fishgame: 883-7085 Kenworthy Theatre: www.kenworthy.org 2. Kiddie Park, Walnut and Laurel: playground, Troy off Big Meadow Road. Open for hiking, 1. Almon Asbury Lieuallen Park, Residence and 16.Mountain View Park, north on Mountain View three miles west of Bovill: 30-acre site with Road, 16-acre park with open play areas, 882-4127 / firstname.lastname@example.org, 508 South Main St. picnic shelter, tennis courts. mountain biking, cross-country skiing. College of Lieuallen, 1.57-acre park with open play area, fishing reservoir with restrooms. covered picnic shelter, picnic area, playground, Summer film series for children and youth, weekly 3. Upper City Park: ball fields, basketball courts, Natural Resources also maintains an outdoor picnic area, and playground. 3. Mary Minerva McCroskey State Park, restrooms, football field, soccer field, baseball on Wednesdays walking trails. classroom open to the public: Pinestia-Guernsey, a 2. Anderson Frontier Park, West Palouse River www.idahoparks.org/parks/mccroskey.html 47.5 acre site north of Princeton off Hatter Creek fields, and basketball court. Renaissance Fair: www.moscowrenfair.org/ City of Deary 877-1582 30 miles north of Moscow: 5300-acre park Drive, 4.6-acre park with open play area, Road. covered picnic shelter, picnic area, playground, 17. Oylear Playfields (Eggan Youth Center): 1515 882-1800 / East City Park 1. Deary City Park, Main Street: covered picnic features 18-mile Skyline Drive which gives and basketball court. D Street: soccer and general recreation. Celebration with crafts, events, and entertainment shelter and playground. access to 32 miles of multipurpose trails. Fees for shelter use and firewood permit. Moscow 3. Berman Creekside Park, 338 Styner Avenue, Moscow Arts Commission: held first weekend in May 2. Nelson Activity Field, Division and Fifth: baseball field, playground, and basketball Latah County Historical Society: 4.17-acre park with open play area and picnic www.ci.moscow.id.us/mac/index.asp Rendezvous for Kids: www.moscowmusic.com, Federal Government: area. 883-7036 / email@example.com East City Park, Two-day arts festival held third courts. U.S. Forest Service/Palouse Ranger District: www.users.moscow.com/lchs 882-1004 / firstname.lastname@example.org 4. Eggan Youth Center, 1515 D Street: 1. Youth Choir performs year-round, fee. weekend in July. City of Troy 835-2741 875-1131: Potlatch Ranger Station. McConnell Mansion Museum: 110 South Adams www.moscow.id.us/Parks&Rec/default.htm 2. Young People’s Arts Festivals, held twice yearly 1. Troy City Park, western entrance 1. Giant White Pine Campground, off 883-7085 Offers recreational opportunities for Centennial Annex: 327 East Second Street 1. Brochure and map: A Walking Tour of youth including an indoor facility with pool for children grades 1 through 6 3. Third Street Gallery, second and third floors of Latah County to town on S.H. 8: play area, White Pine Drive on Scenic Byway Highway 6: recreational area baseball fields, basketball Downtown Moscow, small fee. tables, table tennis, foosball, video games, and City Hall, 206 East Third Street, exhibits works Latah Trail: www.latahtrailfoundation.org courts. with campsites and hiking trails. 2. Brochure and map: A Walking Tour of an outdoor basketball court. of local and regional artists. email@example.com Open Memorial Day through 5. East City Park, Third and Hayes, 7.04-acre park Non-motorized trail, running parallel to S.H. 8, City of Kendrick 289-5157 Labor Day. Fee to camp. Residential Moscow, small fee. Moscow School District: with open play areas, covered picnic shelter, between Moscow and Troy 1. Kendrick City Park, Sixth 2. Little Boulder Campground, 3. McConnell Mansion Museum, 110 South www.sd281.k12.id.us playground, restrooms, volleyball court, and Main: swimming pool, three miles west of Helmer via Adams. Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 1:00 – 4:00 Superintendent’s Office: 882-1120 Latah County Library District: basketball court, and horseshoe pits. covered picnic shelter, S.H. 8: recreational area with October through April and 1:00 – 5:00 May 1. Tennis courts on north side of D Street across www.latahlibrary.org 6. Eastgate Park, Nez Perce and Kamiaken, 1.75- playground. Fee to use pool. campsites and hiking trails. Open through September: exhibits and treasure hunts from Eggan Youth Center 882-3925 - Headquarters acre park with open play area, picnic area, and 2. Eddie Corkill Memorial Trail. Memorial Day through Labor Day. Fee to for children and youth 2. Running track on south side of F Street Storytimes for toddlers and children are held at playground. 3. Travis Park, Main and A: RV sites. camp. 4. Driving tour brochure and map: The Palouse 3. Lena Whitmore Elementary School: 110 each district library, Bovill, Deary, Genesee, 7. Friendship Square, Fourth and Main, 4. Lewis & Clark Kiosk: City Park, Sixth and Main. 3. Laird Park, three miles east of Harvard: Country: A Tour of Discovery through S. Blaine Juliaetta, Moscow, Potlatch, Troy. Whitman & Latah Counties, no charge downtown park with picnic area and City of Juliaetta 276-7791 recreational area with campsites, multi-use playground. 4. McDonald Elementary School: Idlers Rest Nature Preserve: trails, picnic areas, fishing and swimming 5. Victorian Christmas Open House: second 2323 East D Street 1. Centennial Park, Main Street: playground, Saturday in December, 1:00-4:00 p.m. 8. Ghormley Park, Third and www.palouselandtrust.org areas. Fee to camp. 5. Russell Elementary School: 119 baseball fields, covered picnic shelter, restrooms McConnell Mansion Museum Home, 10.54-acre park with open Privately-owned property north of Moscow play area, covered picnic shelter, N. Adams managed by Palouse Land Trust. Walking/hiking City of Bovill 826-3603 6. Ice Cream Social and Chautauqua: Summer- 6. West Park Elementary School: playground, restrooms, tennis trails through 35 acres. Follow Idlers Rest Road 1. Caroline’s Park: gazebo, covered picnic shelter, time family event 510 Home courts, baseball field, basketball from where it begins at the northern end of tennis courts, playground. court, and horseshoes pits. Mountain View Road.
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