This remote land teemed with thousands of men, women, and children between 1942 and 1945. As you visit Minidoka, listen for their voices. Perhaps you will hear echoes of people and events in your own life. Look in the distance to the enduring legacy of the still-active farms. Wayside panel exhibits along the 1.6-mile trail identify the historic structures and landscape, describe camp life, and explain how this war relocation center operated.