Monument Open Until October 31, Visitor Services Limited this Fall
Devils Postpile and the Reds Meadow Valley will be open until October 31, weather permitting. The shuttle bus is no longer running. Winter close down operations have begun. There is no longer potable water, but restrooms will be available until closing. More »
37-Foot Vehicle Length Restriction on the Devils Postpile Access Road
Devils Postpile has a limit of 37 feet for vehicles on the monument road. This may change during weather events, construction activities, vehicle congestion, or for safety reasons. Call or email for more information. More »
Volunteers and Dogs Recruited for Paw Patrol Program
Contact: Maureen Finnerty, 760-709-0427
Devils Postpile National Monument is recruiting volunteers and their dogs to serve in a new position called "Paw Patrol." Volunteers will patrol with their canine companions to help keep visitors educated on the rules associated with dogs in the monument and will serve as ambassadors on the trails, sharing information with visitors and answering questions. Devils Postpile National Monument is one of the few national park units that allow dogs and these volunteers play an integral role in visitor education and awareness pertaining to dogs as well as the protection of monument resources. Interested individuals (no dogs, please) should attend an information session on Tuesday, April 23 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the Mammoth Lakes Library Ellie Randol Reading Room (400 Sierra Park Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA) The meeting will cover next steps to joining Paw Patrol and provide an opportunity for questions.
For more information about the program or other volunteer opportunities at Devils Postpile National Monument, please contact Maureen Finnerty at 760-709-0427 or via email at Maureen_finnerty@nps.gov.
Did You Know?
In the fall of 2005, a new meteorological (met) station was installed in Soda Springs Meadow at Devils Postpile. It joins a network of other weather stations throughout the Sierra Nevada that provide important data to climate research and the management of California's hyrdologic resources. More...