Field Trips

For any field trip to the Tule Lake Unit it is recommended to schedule a ranger led education program to get the most out of your field trip. Both Camp Tulelake and Tule Lake Segregation Center are gated and require a ranger to provide access. Since most of the Tule Lake Segregation Center is now privately own it is recommend to talk to rangers ahead of time to make sure your group doesn't trespass on private property. Rangers are often available for provide education programs if scheduled far enough in advance. Requests for programs should be made at least 6 weeks in advance of the field trip.

Ranger education programs currently include tours through Camp Tulelake, (a Civilian Conservation Corps camp, that was later used as Prisoner of War camp for German and Italian POWs.

Teachers can also request tours of the jail at the Tule Lake Segregation Center, which also includes hands on activates that walk your students through the relocation and segregation process. A PowerPoint presentation about Japanese American history from the 1800's to current, can be requested as part of the on site tour or in advance of a field trip.

To schedule a field trip please e-mail or call the education coordinator at 530-667-8119.


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  • The Pearl Harbor Express Education Program here at World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument is an option for school groups that are on a tight schedule and short on time. These requests still require that the Education group arrive on site at least an hour before their documentary film time is set to begin or tickets may be released to the general public at the time.

    Field Trip Program
    Grade level:
    Military and Wartime History, World War II
    USS Arizona, USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, WWII, WWII History, World War II, World War II Memorial