Welcome to the Tule Lake Unit of WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument
The Tule Lake Unit became a National Monument along with eight other units in Hawaii and Alaska by Presidential proclamation in December 2008. Tule Lake Unit includes a Civil Conservation Corp camp, a Prisoner of War camp and sites where Japanese Americans were incarcerated during WWII.
Teacher Ranger Teacher
Now accepting applications for a Teacher Ranger Teacher this Summer! Applications are due May 1, 2013Read More
Tule Lake Segregation Center
Converted to a high-security Segregation Center in 1943, Tule Lake became the largest of the 10 War Relocation Authority (WRA) camps.Read More
Camp Tulelake, a former Civilian Conservation Corps camp, later housing Japanese Americans in 1943, and German Prisoners of War from 1944-1946.Read More
Connecting with the park
You can contact us by mail, phone, e-mail or by visiting our new Facebook page.Read More
New Park will be Developed Over Next Few Years
You can help with development of the Tule Lake Unit by checking back often to learn about the planning and by providing public feedback.Read More
September 6, 2012 - Significant Items Where Donated to the Tule Lake Unit. To learn more about the items donated click Read More.Read More
Did You Know?
All of the flat land where the Camp was constructed was once under the waters of Tule Lake. You may see small white objects littering the ground. These are the shells of freshwater clams that lived in the lake bottom. The Klamath Reclamation Project drained the lake to create fertile farmland.