This was my second visit to this Park. Again, I was struck by the respect with which the National Park Service has treated the Nez Perce and their story. We weren't able to make a complete visit to the park and cemetery areas, as a lightning storm moved through that day -- dumping bucketloads of golf-ball-sized hail on the property. the granddaughters had never seen hail before, so they found that very exciting. Even better, the hail did not start until AFTER the storm had passed over the parking lot -- all cars were spared dings and dents. If you go with children, be sure to ask about the "Junior Ranger" activities. It will enhance their visit as well as yours. Plan to spend at least 2 hours if you're working on Junior Ranger badges.
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