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2011 National, You Won't Want to Miss It!
On the border of two of the most beautiful states in the country, the "LC Valley" as we all lovingly call it, is a location to remember. The site of the 2011 American Bloodhound Club National Specialty was chosen for it's beauty, convenience, and hospitality. The Clarkston Quality Inn and Conference Center is the heart of our event and resides along the Snake River in Hells Canyon. This picturesque location provides a temperate climate with something for everyone in its nearby golf course, riverboat tours and historical LC Valley.
Whether driving or flying, your arrival at this location will provide you with breath taking scenery. The hotel has a sense of welcoming with a large, lush green lawn perfect for our large breed and obedience rings. Rooms are spacious and comfortable whether you choose to be ringside or riverside you will not be disappointed! Adjacent to the hotel is a paved walking path and large "dog walking" field for all your dog "walking" needs. Within walking distance of the hotel and the rings is a lovely pet friendly RV park ready and willing to accept your reservation!
The onsite restaurant, Bogey's, has a contemporary cuisine that will entertain all of your dietary needs. Within walking distance you will find Rooster's Landing and Tomato Brothers both lovely and delicious restaurants that are highly recommended by the "locals!" If you are in a hurry you are also within walking distance of Subway and McDonalds. Of course, there is a Starbucks nearby and a drive through coffee stand in the hotel parking lot, not to mention the winery and brewery just down the street!
This is just the beginning of all the amenities you will find in Clarkston, see the links for additional information and contact us with any questions! See you in Clarkson!
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