Nez Perce National Historical Park is a non-traditional national park in that it consists of 38 sites, which together tell the story of the nimíipuu (Nez Perce). These sites are spread over much of the traditional homeland of the nimíipuu in present-day Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Staff are located at the visitor center in Lapwai, ID, at the Big Hole National Battlefield near Wisdom, Montana, and at the Bear Paw Battlefield near Chinook, Montana. To visit all of the park sites could take a substantial amount of time and cover many hundreds of miles. Trip planning information for each site can be found on the interactive map below or on the links at the bottom of the page.
Explore A Park Map
Explore the 38 sites that make up Nez Perce National Historical Park on the interactive map below. To learn more information about a specific site you can either click on the image or a point on the map. Follow the 'Learn more' links for trip planning information. Zoom in to see a site or area more clearly.
Visit the Nez Perce NHP Visitor Center
Plan your trip to the park's main visitor center, headquarters, and several other historic sites in Spalding, Idaho.
Visit Big Hole National Battlefield
Plan your trip to the battlefield and visitor center that commemorate the Nez Perce Flight of 1877's August 9th and 10th battle.
Visit Buffalo Eddy
Plan your visit to a site that contains hundreds of ancient, unique petroglyphs. Located near Asotin, WA.
Visit Canoe Camp
Plan your trip to the site where Nez Perce helped Lewis & Clark carve canoes that took them to the Pacific Ocean. Located near Orofino, ID.
Visit the Old Chief Joseph Gravesite
Plan your visit to the site where Tıwi·teqıs's remains are buried. Located near Joseph, OR.
Visit Weippe Prairie
Plan your visit to the site where the Nez Perce met Lewis and Clark in 1805. Located near Weippe, ID.
Last updated: December 29, 2022