Phased Increase in Recreational Access
The National Park Service is working closely with federal, state, and local officials to implement a phased approach to increasing access at Devils Tower National Monument. The National Park Service may decrease access or reinstate a park closure to the public in response to updated guidance. This page contains updated information related to visiting us during this time. Park operations and services will be much different this year.
Per the latest news release, visitors may access the following areas starting Friday, May 22, 2020:
Be aware that there may be limited services during this time, including restrooms and water. There are no overnight accommodations.
Parking During Construction
During the construction in / near the visitor center parking lot, vehicle parking is limited. We recommend visitors with vehicles longer than 19 feet (5.8 m) or vehicles with trailers park in the picnic area lot.
When Visiting the Park
Follow CDC Guidelines
Please abide by CDC guidelines on how to protect yourselves and others when visiting Devils Tower. These guidelines will help prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the park:
Leave No Trace
Due to the limited services in the park please, come prepared for your visit by following Leave No Trace Ethics. Recreating responsibly is especially important during this time:
There are many factors to consider when deciding to visit the park. Here are our suggestions for making your visit enjoyable:
Last updated: May 22, 2020