Idaho Map shows location of park in state (PDF)
Satellite Image shows Great Rift and its associated lava fields (PDF)
Regional Map shows highways in and around the park (PDF)
Management Areas shows the areas in which the National Park Service (NPS Monument, NPS Preserve) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM Monument) have primary jurisdiction (PDF)
Loop Drive Map shows detail around the scenic 7 mile loop drive (PDF)
Transportation Maps Links to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) website to view and print maps showing roads within the BLM Monument and NPS Preserve
Quadrangle Map shows USGS quadrangles in and around the park (PDF)
Hunting Map shows areas within the BLM Monument and NPS National Preserve where hunting is permitted.
Campground Map shows facilities and relative campsite sizes (PDF)
Winter Recreation Map the loop road is a ski and snowshoe trail in the winter months (Dec.- March) (PDF)
Spring Bike and Hike Map for a few weeks each spring the loop road is open exclusively to hiking and biking (PDF).
Spring Wildlife Closures In order to protect nesting Sage-Grouse the following routes are closed to motorized travel through the BLM Monument and NPS Preserve from March 15 - May 1, from 6pm to 9am.
Did You Know?
"a weird and scenic landscape peculiar to itself" is how President Calvin Coolidge described Craters of the Moon when he established this National Monument in 1924. Craters of the Moon is perhaps the only officially "weird" park in the National Park System.