• Twin Sisters

    City Of Rocks

    National Reserve Idaho

Our Staff & Offices

Visitor Center

Visitor Center and Headquarters

Photo by Wallace Keck

City of Rocks National Reserve

Castle Rocks State Park

Headquarters and Visitor Center

3035 South Hwy 77 Spur

PO Box 169

Almo, ID 83312


This facility includes the main visitor center for City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park, offering interpretive exhibits, books, maps, T-shirts, and other park-related items. This building also includes the park's administrative offices.



208-824-5911: Wallace Keck, Park Superintendent

208-824-5912: Venna Ward, Assistant Park Manager

208-824-5913: Carl Byrd, Chief of Maintenance

208-824-5914: Brad Shilling, Climbing Ranger

208-824-5915: Kristen Bastis, Chief of Cultural Resources

208-824-5916: Juanita Jones, Chief of Visitor Services

208-824-5917: Robin Cole, Maintenance Administrative Assistant

208-824-5919: Trenton Durfee, Park Ranger Natural Resources

Lodge and Bunkhouse

Thee Lodge and Bunkhouse at Castle Rock Ranch

Photo By Wallace Keck

Castle Rocks State Park

The Lodge and Bunkhouse at Castle Rock Ranch

748 E 2800 S

PO Box 169

Almo, Idaho 83312

During the summer season, picnicking in the shade along the Almo Creek is enjoyed by all ages. Snowshoeing is popular in the winter. Make Castle Rocks State Park the destination to celebrate family reunions and weddings.

Did You Know?

Old Kelton Stage Station with the Twin Sisters towering in the background.

The City of Rocks stage station was a Home Station located at the head of Emigrant Canyon. Stage stations were located 10 to 15 miles apart at sites with water and grass for the horses. “Home Stations” were situated 50 to 60 miles apart and provided lodging for drivers and a meal for passengers.