Fees & Reservations
There is no entrance fee for visiting Minidoka National Historic Site. Donations are gladly accepted at the Hagerman Fossil Beds Visitor Center.
If your school, service group or organization is planning on visiting Minidoka NHS we have several options.
You can visit Minidoka on your own. There is a 1.6 mile trail with outdoor wayside exhibits. You will see the newly constructed reproduction Honor Roll, the remains of a Japanese rock garden, warehouse area, and fire station as well as a relocated Mess Hall and barrack at Block 22.
Ranger led programs can be arranged by reservation. Please call our Ranger office at (208) 933-4127.
Please note that reservations must be made at least 30 days prior to your visit. Staffing may be limited on weekends and holidays.
Did You Know?
Minidoka constituted the seventh largest city in Idaho while it was operational between 1942 and 1945. Boise was the largest city at the time.