• View through the barbed wire from inside the camp looking east.


    National Historic Site ID,WA

Operating Hours & Seasons

Minidoka's front entrance as it looks today
Front entrance to Minidoka as it looks today.

Operating Hours & Seasons

The Historic Site is open daily during daylight hours year-round.

There is an exhibit at the Hagerman Fossil Beds NM Visitor Center

located 40 miles away in Hagerman, ID. We suggest you begin your visit there.

The Historic Site is still being developed. Please be prepared. Wear sturdy footwear and bring water. There is little - no shade at the site. Portable toilet facilities are available.

The Historic Site is located on a county road. It may not be well maintained during winter weather. Please check road conditions before venturing there.

Did You Know?

View of the Northside Canal looking towards the Monument

The most notable topographic feature at the Minidoka Relocation Center site is the wide meandering man-made North Side Canal. For the most part, the canal formed the southern boundary of the 33,000-acre relocation center reserve.