Take U.S. 97 north at Weed (50 miles.) Turn right on California Hwy. 161 (also known as Stateline Road.) There will be signs for Tulelake and Lava Beds National Monument. Travel east on CA 161 (19 miles) through the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge to California Hwy. 139. Turn right (4 miles) to Tulelake. Turn right on East "W" Street. Turn Left on Main Street. The temporary park is housed in the museum at the TuleLake-Butte Valley Fair Grounds, 800 Main Street, Tulelake, CA.
From Klamath Falls, Or.
Take Oregon Hwy. 39 south approximately 20 miles until it enters the town of Merrill, OR. Travel through Merril and continue South on 139 to the junction for Tulelake, CA. Turn right onto Main Street. The temporary Park Headquarters is located at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fairgrounds. 800 Main Street, Tulelake, CA.
From the Redding or Lassen National Volcanic Park areas via California Hwy. 299
Turn north at Bieber on Hackamore / Lookout Road to California Hwy. 139. Travel north on CA 139 until you reach the junction for Tulelake. Turn left onto Main Street. The temporary Park Headquarters is located at the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fairgrounds. 800 Main Street, Tulelake, CA.
No public transportation is available.
Did You Know?
Tule Lake Segregation Center became the largest internment center created by the War Relocation Authority, and the most populous city in the region. It had a peak population of over 18,700 men, women and children of Japanese ancestry.