Things To Know Before You Come
The Visitor Center is staffed Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day from 8:30am - 5:00pm
From Labor Day - Memorial Day the visitor center is unstaffed, but you may view the exhibits and pick up maps and brochures Monday - Friday from 9:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
The Visitor Center is located at the Tulelake Fairgrounds Museum, at 800 Main St., Tulelake, CA.
There are no services or amenities located at Camp Tulelake or the Tule Lake Segregation Center location. Restrooms and bookstore items can be found at the visitor center. Gas, food, and lodging can all be found in Tulelake, and in Merrill and Klamath Falls Oregon.
Summer Tours (Memorial Day - Labor Day Weekend)
Tours of both Camp Tulelake and the Tule Lake Segregation Center are offered on Saturday's at 1:00pm and are limited to 20 people. Tours meet at the visitor center located at the Tulelake Fairgrounds at 800 Main St. Tulelake CA.
To reserve your spot on the tour please call 530-260-0537.
Groups larger than 20 and/or groups wanting a tour on a day other than Saturday need to request a tour at least 2 weeks in advance.
Map & Site Locations
Map of the Monument
Map of the Tule Lake Unit Locations>
The Camp is located on Hill Road approximately two miles north of the Klamath Basin Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. You can see the outside of the buildings from the road.
Tule Lake Segregation Center
The Jail and parts of the old stockade can be viewed from the outside on Highway 139 near Newell, CA.
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.