Clarkston is a city in Asotin County WA, United States. It's part of Lewiston metropolitan area, and is situated west of Lewiston, Idaho, across Snake River. In 2010 the population of Clarkston was 7,230. With a ZIP code of 99403, the city has the highest zip code of any region in the contiguous United States.
Clarkston city was first settled by Robert Bracken in 1862 and was officially incorporated on August 14, 1902. The area was called Jawbone Flats before becoming an official town. The name of Clarkston is a reference to William Clark, of Clark and Lewis fame. Lewiston, across Idaho state line from Clarkston, is called for Meriwether Lewis, and is the bigger and older of the two cities. Neither Clark or Lewis ever visited Clarkston side of the river.
The Port of Clarkston is home to one of the biggest cranes on a navigable waterway east of Portland. A major industry in the area is agriculture and the port handles plenty of barge traffic carrying grains. Clearwater Paper Corporation transports sawdust and wood chips via barges for use at Lewiston manufacturing plant. Due to the inland location on Snake River, the port handles goods headed inland to distributors upstream and out to Portland-Vancouver.
The Clarkston port's marina provides accommodations for personal boats and yachts, a large number of which travel through nearby Hells Canyon.
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